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Hanwha Power Systems Launches Low-Flow Centrifugal Air Compressors

Hanwha Power Systems, one of the industry’s fastest growing providers of centrifugal air and gas compressors, has launched a competitive and compact line of centrifugal air compressors for low flow requirements. Hanwha’s Model SM2100 (water-cooled) and Model SA2100 (air-cooled) achieve high efficiency in a three-stage design at lower flow rates. The SM2100 and SA2100 can cover flow rates 700 cfm to 2000 cfm, and 700 cfm to 1750 cfm, respectively, in a pressure range from 50 psig to 150 psig.

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Hanwha Power Systems SA2100 air-cooled centrifugal air compressor.

The SM2100 is a water-cooled compressor with minimized mechanical losses and improved efficiency over Hanwha’s previous low flow models. The SA2100 is a highly efficient, air-cooled compressor that is especially competitive in areas with low water availability, cooler environments, or higher elevations. Both models secure a competitive edge in terms of efficiency, maintenance, and life cycle costs in the low flow air compressor market. Hanwha centrifugal air compressors provide 100% Oil Free Air (ISO 8573-1 Class 0 Certified).  

About Hanwha Power Systems

Hanwha Power Systems (formerly Samsung Techwin) is one of the fastest growing companies in the turbo machinery industry. As a total energy solution provider, Hanwha Power Systems is expanding the business globally pursuing its leading technology and commitment to quality. Based in South Korea, Hanwha has overseas offices in China, Italy, Russia, UAE, and the USA.  Hanwha Power Systems primarily produces turbo compressors (air and gas) and develops innovative power generation systems such as sCO2 (Supercritical CO2) Engine and Oxy-fuel Gas Turbine. The company was founded in 1977 and over the past decades has delivered over 6,000 units of turbo compressors worldwide. Hanwha Power Systems Americas is the US corporation, based in Houston, that has R&D, Sales, and Service functions. For more information, please visit