Oil-Free Booster Compressor (Air・Nitorogen Gas Booster

Small-Sized Type / EFBS Series


Energy saving technology & innovation booster 「Energy Saving Technology & Innovation Booster」

・Low noise
・Low vibration
・Clean air and long life
・The world's first oil-free booster compressor
・Boosting of compressed air and nitrogen gas pressures
・Substitute for booster valves for energy saving
・Pressure boosting in case pressure is insufficient because of a decrease in air line pressure aimed at saving energy
Introduction Example:Hino Motors, Ltd.
(For Details:CSR website "CSR → Environmental Performance → Environmental Activities → CO2 Emissions Reduction at Production Plants")

Lowering pressure for energy saving

Why not lower the supply pressure of the compressor?
While 60 to 70% of the equipment used in a manufacturing plant is designed to operate on low pressures, pressures as high as 0.7 MPa are typically supplied.

Lowering the supply pressure of the compressor can bring these energy-saving effects:
●Energy-saving effect ①
The power consumption of the compressor decreases.
●Energy-saving effect ②
The air consumption (including air leaks) decreases.
●Energy-saving effect ③
The load of the compressor decreases.


Introducing a booster to compensate for pressure insufficiency after lowering the pressure



The world's first oil-free type
The world's first oil-free compact booster compressor
The compressor can be installed easily even in narrow spaces where it was formerly difficult to install.
Low noise and low vibration
The closed-type compressor generates no valve noise. It is very quiet.
Long life
The compressor main unit requires intermediate maintenance at intervals of 10,000 hours.
A microcomputer board is included (EFBS15).
Pressure can be set arbitrarily.

Compact structure with an internal pressurizing mechanism (*) (EFBS04/07)
Compression loss is reduced to ease the motor load. No leak occurs during boosting.
Since the compressor can maintain gas purity, it is recommended for nitrogen gas boosting as well.


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