For more convenience receiver mounted versions may be specified as ‘E versions’ with on board refrigerated dryers. The new compressors are available with single phase 230V power requirement.

These new compressors begin with a small 2.2kW model and also incorporate 3kW, 4kW and 5.5kW versions. All the new compressors are available as standard base mounted machines with either air receiver alone or with air receiver and dryer. The new types fully complement the existing SPINN models at 7.5kW and 11kW.

The complete new SPINN Series now provides all the advantages of a new energy efficient, rotary screw compressor to smaller users of compressed air.

The new compressors are efficient and compact, providing high output with very low power consumption, which are acoustically engineered to be ultra quiet. All are fitted with the new generation ABAC TriAB compressor air end.

The compressors used on these models are developed by utilizing asymmetric rotor profiles with precision ground 5/6 lobe configuration. This enables them to offer high compressed air output with less power consumption. Each rotor is fitted with oversized high precision bearings, enabling a longer air end life. Additionally the shaft seal has a new design offering total protection from oil and other contaminants.

While developing the extended SPINN range, offering quality compressed air in line with key environmental objectives was a key issue. Clean compressed air can be enabled by the internal design of the vertical air/oil separator vessel and the high efficiency air/oil separator cartridge. Residual oil content within the delivered compressed air is less than 3 mg. per cubic meter.

Although an industrial range, the new SPINN Series machines feature a simple aesthetic design that is attractive in any working environment. Units are easily manoeuvred because of a specially designed cabinet that enables for the use of a standard pallet or fork-lift truck from the side, front or rear. All standard service components have been positioned at the front of the compressor, thus allowing immediate accessibility by simply removing the front panel.