New Product Line: Ultra-high-speed Turbo Compressors

29. March 2012

Celeroton launches its new product line of ultra-high-speed turbo compressors with speed and size not achieved so far.

CT-17-1000These turbo compressors allow for superior solutions for various applications in terms of compactness, light weight and high efficiency. Celeroton’s miniature turbo compressors replace standard compressors with the same pressure ratios and flow rates by being 50 times lighter, smaller, and highly efficient.

Application areas are compressors for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) in future all electric or hybrid cars, air supply for decentralized and mobile pressure and vacuum generation, breathing air preparation, air supply in mobile and local fuel cell systems and heat pumps in buildings as well as household appliances.

As first two products, the turbo compressors CT-17-700 and CT-17-1000 are available. With custom made turbo compressors various fluids and a broad range of pressure ratios and flow ranges can be covered in the power range of 10 watts up to a few kilowatts.

The supply of complete turbo compressors from one source guarantees commissioning with one contact only, optimal matching of turbomachinery, motor and converter and short lead times also for customized solutions.

We are ready for a challenge; talk with us about your compressor application!

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