Light Duty Low Pressure Screw Air Compressor


SeaComAir BKSR1000-10 Screw Compressor Electric

SeaComAir BKDSR1000-10-270 Screw Compressor with AR Air Receiver 270 Liter Volume

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Models
Motor
Charging Rate
Max. Pressure
Dimensions LxDxH
Weight
Noise
Low Pressure Screw

Electric

L/min – cfm – m³/hr

Bar – psi

inch – cm

kg – lbs

dB (ISO3746)

SCA-BKSR1000-10

7,5kW 400V/50Hz 3Ph

1000 – 35 – 60

10 – 145

40″(103)x22,5”(57)x28”(72)

225 – 496

78

Standard Features

Specifications

  • Free Air delivery 270 l/min/9,5 cfm/16 m³/hr up to 1000 l/min/35 cfm/60 m³/hr @ 10 bar
  • Electric Motors 2,2 kW up to 7,5 kW
  • Air-cooled, Single-stage, Oil-injected screw compressor
  • Air Dryer with Level Controlled condensate drain
  • Drive by electric motors with V-belt
  • Motor protection switch, Star-delta switch
  • Torsion-resistant steel frame and housing
  • Large removable service doors, optimum accessibility to all components
  • Thermostatic oil control, for optimum operating temperature
  • Large dimensioned combi cooler for compressed air and oil
  • Cooling air outlet to the top, no heat accumulation at standstill possible (chimney effect)
  • All air and oil lines are made of metal with high quality precision hydraulic fittings
  • Compressor works fully automatically with full load
  • Oil temperature display with switch-off function
  • On / Off switch, emergency stop button
  • Ball valve for the air-side connection
  • Shock-absorbing system with four attachment points
  • Single-stage, Air cooled
  • Vibration damper
  • Automatic star-delta protection
  • Hour Meter
  • Pressure Oulet G1/2”
  • Ready mounted and wired

Factory Options

Models
Description
LCDD

Electronic control system with LCD Display

PC

Phase Controller via phase sequence relay

AR

Air Receiver from 90 to 270 Liter (19-71 Gallon) with Level Controlled Condensate Drain

SeaComAir Low Pressure Screw Compressors are industrial compressors for stationary operations.

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