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Central Systems

Central Systems

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    D – series oil free central station

    Vacuum flow: Started from 19 m3/h to 552 M3/h

    Max vacuum pressure:  – 800 mbar


    L – series oil lubricated central station

    Vacuum flow: Started from 18 m3/h to 720 M3/h

    Max vacuum pressure:  – 999.99 mbar

    In central systems, multiple single pumps on separate production machines are replaced by just a few larger vacuum pumps and/or compressors in a separate room (control room, basement etc.). The units are connected to the production machines via pipes.


    Central systems provide your machines with on-demand vacuum and blast air, which means energy savings. Noise levels are drastically reduced in employee work areas. Each pneumatic supply in a centralised system is equipped with its own frequency converter. Thus, the pneumatic requirements of each production machine can be continuously adapted for any given operating point. By average, frequency-controlled units operate at a relative speed of approx. 65%. Overall, this leads to significant energy savings over separate units and devices without speed controlling.

    The animation for the food packaging industry on the right shows typical problems of decentralized production areas:

    Lack of speed

    Pump failure

    Low noise and heat emissions

    Aerosol emissions