Hertz-Kompressoren is participating in SMM 2012 with new Wave Series Compressors
All components of W-166 products are developed with lower energy costs in mind. The strongest member of the Wave Series produces 200 m3 of air in a minute with 31kw at 40 bar. Lower energy costs with higher performance are a result of the highly trained and experienced engineers working for Hertz-Kompressoren.
The Wave Series is not just providing efficient solutions for your ship, it also provides user friendly working conditions compared to the other applications in the market. As a result of using axial wheels in particular, environmental noise decreases to 83 dB. Additionally, the electronic control unit is a standard feature of the Wave Series; all working parameters such as outlet temperature and pressure, oil pressure, service and electric parameters can be controlled and monitored by the controller panel.
The Models in the new Wave Series are intended to cover the 16 and 31 kW performance classes and produce 110.0 - 200.7 m3/min compressed air at 40 bar.
As a member of Dalgakiran Group, Hertz-Kompressoren has over forty years of experience in the ship industry.
We proudly present our new Wave Series at the SMM Hamburg, Hall 2 Stand 102.
Hertz Kompressoren GmbH
Hertz Kompressoren is a premium brand of Dalgakiran Group Company, one of the leading air compressor producers in the world which develops a truly international Compressed Air Sales & Service network worldwide. Hertz Kompressoren is always striving to create and manufacture products of the highest quality, yet at a reasonable price for worldwide customer satisfaction. Hertz Kompressoren is selling machines and offering services over 50 countries, while its machines are operating in more than 100 countries. We offer creative, sophisticated, yet pragmatic solutions to our clients for their many challenges. The effectiveness of Hertz Kompressoren depends on the technological knowledge and expertise in setting up permanent operations in sales and after-sales service territories and adapt to the local requirements, converting them into opportunities for innovation and development.