MIRAI Intex Completes Stress Testing of World's First Propane Turbo Compressor

Date: 28 May 2024
MIRAI Intex Completes Stress Testing of World's First Propane Turbo Compressor
MIRAI Intex Completes Stress Testing of World's First Propane Turbo Compressor
MIRAI Intex has announced the successful completion of all stress tests on its new turbo compressor on propane. The company is introducing two models from this line: the MT230 and MT350.

Key Achievement

This development marks a significant advancement in compressor technology and sets new industry standards. The propane turbo compressor by MIRAI Intex is unique globally and represents a major milestone in the company's history.

Innovation and Experience

The development of this compressor began several years ago, with significant investments in research and development to meet the highest industry standards. MIRAI Intex utilized its extensive experience in creating turbo compressors for demanding industries.

Features

  • Durability: Designed to last 20 years without maintenance or intervention.
  • Oil-Free Operation: Eliminates the risk of system pollution, improving energy efficiency, reducing capital costs, and minimizing service requirements.
  • Advanced Technology: Compact, durable, and sustainable compressors providing consistent performance with minimal noise and low operating costs.
  • Energy Efficiency: Modern technology reduces energy consumption and operating costs.
  • No Vibration and Low Noise Operation: Turbo compressor ensures vibration-free operation and low noise levels compared to competitive technologies.
  • Environmentally Friendly Refrigerant: Propane is a sustainable refrigerant, offering high energy efficiency, environmental safety, and stable operation.
  • Controlled Operation: Designed for effective gas pressure and flow rate management.
  • Emergency Stability: Gas dynamic bearings developed by MIRAI Intex ensure stability during power outages or other disturbances.

Market Prospects

The propane turbo compressor by MIRAI Intex opens new market opportunities. It is expected to be highly demanded among companies specializing in chillers and heat pumps, improving performance and reducing operating costs for customers.

Technical Specifications

MT230:
  • Refrigerant: R-290 (Propane)
  • Nominal Capacity: 65 tons
  • Operating Map: Air- or Water-Cooled
  • Voltage: 400V, 460V, 480V
  • Weight: 155 kg (372 lbs)
  • Dimensions: 950 mm (37.4 in), 495 mm (19.4 in), 420 mm (16.5 in)

MT350:
  • Refrigerant: R-290 (Propane)
  • Nominal Capacity: 100 tons
  • Operating Map: Air- or Water-Cooled
  • Voltage: 400V, 460V, 480V
  • Weight: 155 kg (372 lbs)
  • Dimensions: 950 mm (37.4 in), 495 mm (19.4 in), 420 mm (16.5 in)


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