Oil Injected Screw Air Compressor Package

HATCO is an experienced manufacturer of this series of widely used equipment in the region. We are known for our expertise in designing and manufacturing these products, and have successfully implemented numerous projects in the domestic markets.
Our approach to designing and manufacturing these plants is based on localizing the newest technologies as much as possible, in accordance with the conditions and requirements of various clients. This approach ensures that our products are tailored to meet the needs of each client, while also being efficient and cost-effective.
Oil injection screw compressors series from HATCO are designed and manufactured to work in harsh and continuous conditions.
They are able to create complete stability in terms of operation in production.

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Oil Injected Screw Compressors

Types are available :

  • HAV : Variable speed driv
  • HAG : Gearbox series
  • HAS: Low speed direct drive
  • HAD: Direct drive via Normal speed
  • HAB : Belt drive

General specifications :

  • Capacity range: 1.4 – 71.5 m3/min
  • Working pressure range: 4.5 – 14 bar g
  • Power consumption range: 15 – 500 kW

Advantages of choosing HATCO :

  • Utilizing the high technology with high reliability
  • Full capacity and support of engineering and project teams
  • Ability to customize the plant according to customer needs
  • High quality of the main components from the best suppliers
  • Energy reduction approach
  • No vibration at skid
  • Less noise level
  • Convenient design for easy access to all compressor parts and components
  • Minimum space required for installation
  • Quick and easy installation
  • Superior support and services for 15 years



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Oil Injected Screw Air Compressor

01What are you using the compressed air for?

The type of work you do is one of the most important factors in determining compressor size.

  • Do you intend to use air 10 to 20 hours a day, five days a week, or only occasionally?
  • Are your demands for compressed air consistent or do they vary widely?
  • Purchase a compressor designed for a duty-cycle which equals or exceeds specified requirements.
02Where will the compressor be located?

As they say location, location, location.

  • Outdoor applications require special protection against environmental condition such as rain and heat.
  • It is critical to have adequate ventilation for successful operation since most reciprocating compressors are air cooled. Don’t put the compressor in a closet, for example.
  • Place the compressor at least three feet from the wall to ensure proper air flow. Be sure the installation site is sufficiently ventilated to handle
  • the heat generated by the compressor during operation.
  • Do not put in direct sunlight – if you do, provide shade for the equipment.
  • Be aware of noise carrying into the office/general use/neighbors
03How much pressure (bar g) do you require?

Match the pressure requirements to the majority of the applications in your plant by lowering the pressure of the existing system until problems occur.

  • If you have more than 5 bar requirement for a unique operation consider re-engineering piping or the equipment to allow for operation at the lower pressure.
  • Check the manufacturer’s specifications and pressure requirements for all your equipment. Do not overpressure the system. This costs more in maintenance and power.
  • The pressure also determines whether the unit should be a single-stage (Max 5 bar) or two-stage (Max 10 bar) oil-free screw air compressor.
04How much airflow (CFM) do you require?

CFM (cubic feet per minute) is a measure of airflow the compressor can create.

  • Be aware that CFM rated at ideal conditions is not the volume that is actually produced, especially during our summer days – you can lose as much as 20% capacity on a 32° C 70% Rh day.
  • If possible, take a load cycle on your existing compressor for all shifts. Better yet, install a flowmeter for a nominal cost which can save you thousands in the long run.
  • Once you determine what your flow requirements are you can match that to what you consider future growth.
  • Oversized compressors not only cost capital but will use more power which is actually more expensive in the long run.
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