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1050 cfm - 2100 cfm (125 psi) Rigsafe / Safe Area Dual Air Compressor

Features & Benefits
  • Two individual compressors operating at 1050 scfm with option to run both simultaneously to produce a maximum total of 2100 scfm
  • DNV 2.7-1 lifting specification and DNV 2.7-4 & CSC Shipping Specification
  • Multiple units can be safely double stacked (twistlocks) for economy of deck space
  • Supplied with gantry system for safe operation
  • Low engine oil shutdown
  • Chalwyn overspeed device
  • High engine water temperature shutdown
  • High compressor oil temperature shutdown
  • Spark arrestors
  • Emergency stop button
  • Fuel shut off valve
  • Air starter
  • Anti-static fan belts and blades



Options
  • Experienced offshore engineering personnel offering machine service re-fuelling and multiple installation assistance
  • Can be supplied with 24V, 110V or 240V Yellow Alert Shutdown System
  • Pressure reducing and non return valves
  • Pressure maintaining valve
  • External piped fuel supply
  • Stacking access equipment
  • Can be supplied with a 230V Electric Air Compressor to assist pneumatic start up

Airpac Bukom's newest innovation the Dual Air Compressor has a maximum capacity of 56m³/min (2100 scfm) and working pressure of 8.6 barg (125 psig). 

The Dual Air Compressor features two individual Air Compressors operating at 1050 scfm with the option to run both simultaneously to produce a maximum total of 2100 scfm

The Dual Air units are fitted in a DNV 2.7-1 / CSC shipping container and provide a cost effective transport solution. The units produce one of the highest cfm per square foot of deck space in the world and can be safely double-stacked for further economy of critical space.

The range is fitted with pneumatic start, spark arrestors and overspeed protection to rigsafe specification. Suitable for use in both onshore and offshore environments. 

Emergency Shutdown (ESD) is available on all models to provide instant shutdown in the event of gas detection or similar hazards.