IDE-HMI CAN-LINK Wireless Compressor Control

NOVELTY News from the IDE Think Tank The first fully independent wireless compressor controls for breathing-air filling systems, with Android operating system and large 7’’ gorilla glass touchscreen. This is the world’s first wireless control system that allows you to safely run and control a compressor from a far away filling panel or even from another […]

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New own compressor bare block

IDE-Kompressoren Manufactur GmbH neue eigene Kompressorblöcke New own compressor bare block:  ranges from 30L/min up to 2000L/min and from 60 bar( 870 psi) up to 500 bar (7250 psi) Developed and designed in Bavaria for ergonomic, energy saving and reliable function, suits in worldwide safety standards, made at highest quality level at latest state of […]

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IDE compressor oil and ISO 14001:2015

Our Responsibility for the World of Tomorrow That includes sustainable economic activities and a considerate management of resources. The professional environmental management system ISO 14001:2015 helps us to integrate environmental management in all sectors and processes of our enterprise. With this certification we want to make sure that we do not cause any pollution and […]

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The BAVARIA FUN II BC, our success model, now with TFT display, electronic control system, automatic switch-off, at discharge pressure, automatic restart and temperature gauge for either filter cartridge or last compressor stage. And all of that at an unbeatable price.

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If you challenge things, you can improve everything

With these eyes IDE keep scrutinizing our own products as well as other innovations appearing on the market, in order to take in the state of the art in engineering and technological changes in real time. The IDE Think Tank primarily review and scrutinize a product’s different functions, actual value and energy efficiency.

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Efficient removal of CO2 from breathing-air If a compressor’s intake air runs through the AIRSCRUBBER, about 70-75% of its CO2 content will be absorbed. Thus the CO2 content drops to about one third to one quarter of its value in the intake air – far below the strict limits of DIN EN 12021:2014, provided that […]

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