Clean, dry air for medical applications from the Gast Group – and the Jun-Air range keeps it quiet!
To meet the growing demand for clean, dry compressed air for medical equipment such as ventilators, the JUN-AIR range of oil-less air compressors from the Gast Group are approved to the Medical Devices Directive and offer an unrivalled combination of low noise levels, reliability, long life and low maintenance.
With decibel ratings as low as 47dB(A), models in the oil-less range have the lowest noise levels available, making them ideal for medical installations and in environments where low noise levels are required.
The high-output OF1200 range has an output of 130 l/min at 8 bar, offering a useful 45% increase over the best selling OF300 and greatly extending the potential applications for the oil-free range. The 50/60Hz dual frequency also provides greater flexibility for exporting OEMs, as the OF1200 can operate anywhere in the world without the need for modification. Versions are also available to operate at 10 bar maximum pressure.
To ensure the highest air quality throughout the lifetime of the oil-less compressor range, receivers are internally powder-coated to avoid corrosion. Adsorption dryers remove moisture to ensure 100% dry, clean oil free compressed air, with pressure dewpoints of -40 and -70 deg C. The dryer is located upstream of the receiver so the receiver only stores dry air. Units feature a unique cooling system and wear-resisting piston rings, and are designed for 100% continuous operation up to 10 bar maximum pressure. Higher pressure units are available.
The Gast Group supplies leading manufacturers of medical devices and medical equipment such as Ventilators, with both standard and custom designed units. The range also includes vacuum pumps and can be supplied as combined air compressor/vacuum pumps. DC versions are available for remote sampling.
For further information contact: Adrian Lee, Gast Group Limited
Web: www.gastmfg.com / www.jun-air.com
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