Atlas Copco Power Technique (AC) has rounded out its generator lineup with an updated version of the QAS 150 and addition of the QAS 200, now available in the marketplace.
These compact and high-performing generators are built with the same characteristics as the rest of the QAS lineup.
Construction in middle Tennessee continues to push forward, enabling Thompson Machinery, the local Caterpillar dealer, to invest $15 million in Thompson's Station, Tenn.
Even with a presidential election looming, global economic uncertainty and national social unrest, Nashville and its surrounding counties continue to be the darling of the southeast for new residential and commercial construction investment.
Atlas Copco Power Technique (AC) now offers the XAS 188, a single-stage oil-injected rotary screw type air compressor, powered by a Kubota Tier IV Final, liquid-cooled, three-cylinder diesel engine. This unit brings the customer a lower total cost of ownership, the highest efficiency in compressed air, a best in class service experience, user-friendly features, easy transportation and is environmentally friendly, according to the manufacturer.
Atlas Copco Power Technique is updating its well-known QAS 250 and QAS 330 generators with a more powerful John Deere 6090 engine. In engineering these models, Atlas Copco focused on the overall product quality, user friendliness, ease of service and economical operation resulting in best in class total cost of ownership.
Atlas Copco Power Technique has introduced two high-flow pumps, the PAS 100 HFS T4F and PAS 150 HFS T4F vacuum prime centrifugal pumps to the market.
These pumps offer several features and are efficient, extremely versatile equipment suitable for many industries, including construction, general dewatering and emergency applications, such as flood cleanup.
Atlas Copco Power Technique features the QAS 625, the newest and largest mobile generator in its lineup. With a power rating of 625 kVA/500 kW prime power, the fuel-efficient unit is compact, lightweight and ideal for a wide range of applications from construction to mining, disaster recovery, general rental and more.
Atlas Copco Power Technique is introducing three new electric submersible pumps to the market. Designed specifically for drainage and sludge pumping applications are two sludge/trash pumps, the WEDA S30 and S60, in addition to a drainage pump, the WEDA D80.
The Atlas Copco Power Technique North America (AC) XAS 950 single-stage, oil-injected rotary screw type portable air compressor, powered by a liquid-cooled six-cylinder turbocharged Caterpillar C7.1 Tier IV Final diesel engine, offers simplified maintenance and cost savings by putting the operator in control.
Atlas Copco Power Technique North America has launched a high-pressure booster range to the market. The booster enables the operator to increase the pressure of the primary compressor for better productivity on the job site, offering solutions up to 5,000 psi.
Atlas Copco Power Technique North America is set to launch the Smart Air Xc4004 controller on all of its large air compressors and boosters with flows up to 4,500 CFM and pressures up to 5,000 psi. The controller increases the efficiency of operations by providing powerful insights and features an easy-to-use interface that puts users in full control, according to the manufacturer.
Atlas Copco Power Technique North America offers the XATS 250, a single-stage, oil-injected, rotary screw portable compressor. This compact, easy to move compressor gives the operator the added flexibility of being able to provide more pressure and flow.