Oil-free compressors for a range of applications
Oil-free compressors differ slightly from their oil-based counterparts, since they operate entirely through the momentum of screws and do not require an oil seal. Due to the absence of oil carryover, they also produce less smell, resulting in a more comfortable and pleasant work environment. Thanks to their oil-less operation, our assortment of oil-free compressors are suitable for use in food preparation environments.
Safe for food and beverage industry
With an oil-free compressor, water is used instead to perform these tasks, which means that there’s no need for filtration or separation. ELGi’s range of oil-free compressors cater towards the needs of the food and beverage industry and are not suitable for sensitive working conditions. Oil-free compressors offer other numerous benefits, including being capable of operating in high heat conditions and motors that require minimal amounts of power to begin start-up.
Oil-free variable speed compressors allow for consistent airflow and can naturally adapt to changing indoor conditions. These units offer significant energy saving benefits, which is essential for when 24/7 operation is required.
For heavy-duty use, our oil-free screw compressors offer great performance and stability. With a varying air capacity of 190–2601 CFM and a state-of-the-art control interface, these units let users customise the performance of their machine depending on the task they’re performing.
Whether you need replacements on major components or help with installation, or you’re looking to analyse the quality of your compressed air, our services are designed to get the most efficient performance out of your compression system.
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Sydney: 1300 138 124
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Melbourne: 03 9999 2502
Adelaide: 08 8443 5980
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