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COVER STORY

AERZEN: NEW G5 PLUS GENERATION, 100% TURBO

IN DEPTH: ANALYSIS OF 2018

AFondoWater2019

 

WATER FOOTPRINT

PEFMED project on food industry sustainability through implementation of PEF methodology.

 

WATER MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT

Investment of over 45 million euro in threeyear period to enhance water supply in Catalonia.

Enhanced WWTP performance through implementation of biofilm carriers with large surface areas.

LIFE NANOBUBBLES project.

 

DESALINATION & REUSE – IRRIGATION

Santa Barbara, Curaçao desalination plant.

Research on water reclamation technologies and risk management for reuse.

Sustainability of irrigation in the face of climate change.

Pioneering European project for the use of reclaimed water in olive tree irrigation.

 

SANITATION AND SUPPLY NETWORKS

Repair of DN 1600 mm concrete pipe with carbon fibre in Madrid.

New simplified range of ductile iron pipes.

Remote meter reading at Canal de Isabel II.

Smart management of Formentera supply network.

FEBRUARY 2019

Cover Story

NEW G5 PLUS GENERATION, 100% TURBO

 

Aerzen Ibérica has been designing high-performance industrial machines since 1864. This international company supplies high-performance, low-consumption compressed
air, gas and vacuum solutions worldwide. “Quality + energy efficiency is the Aerzen hallmark”. Enhanced efficiency, low lifecycle costs and basic components developed in a unique way have all enabled Aerzen to improve the G5Plus generation. These units are designed for volume flows ranging from 300 m3/h to 8,400 m3/h and for a maximum pressure of 1,000 mbar. Eight sizes are currently available, from the smaller AT 25-0.8 G5Plus to the largest model in the range, the AT 200-1.0 G5Plus.

 

More compact and efficient

We are setting the standard with the new Turbo G5Plus generation. The
Aerzen Turbo G5Plus range lives up to its name, because it convinces through its numerous advantages. The new turbos have an extremely compact design and require very little space.

Another outstanding feature comes in the form of AERZEN’s innovative
air foil bearings with double coating and the new multilevel frequency converter technology (> 55 kW), which reduces heat loss in the motor to a minimum and, consequently, improves total efficiency significantly. A further advantage is the fact that additional motor throttles or sine filters, which must be used on conventional frequency converters, are no longer necessary.

The Aerzen Turbo G5Plus is offered for volume flows from 300 m3/h to 8,400 m3/h and for a maximum pressure of 1,000 mbar. Eight sizes, from the smaller AT 25-0.8 G5Plus to the largest AT 200-1.0 G5Plus model,, are currently available (a further five are in preparation).

Benefits

One advantage is increased energy efficiency, by up to 10 percent compared to conventional turbo technology. The Turbo G5Plus has a longer service life (thanks to innovative air foil bearings with double teflon and graphite coating) of over 80,000 operating hours, regardless of stop and start cycles, even in extreme operating conditions.

The G5Plus has greater resistance to temperature and extended application possibilities at ambient temperatures of up to 50 °C. It is 100% oil free and maintenance requirements are minimal (just regular filter changes). It is a very versatile machine with active pump protection through automatic speed increase.

Aerzen air foil bearings

The basic build and functionality of an Aerzen turbo blower is simple and effective at the same time. The supply of air for wastewater treatment plants is designed for maximum uptime, high energy efficiency and long maintenance intervals. Aerzen’s air foil bearing system requires only air and does not use oil or other lubricants.

 

 

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