Nitto Kohki Unveils 'Big Brother' Air Blower

Based on its patented "linear shuttle" technology, Nitto Kohki has introduced the larger LAM-200 blower to its market leading range of LA series blowers. The eagerly anticipated big brother is born.

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Based on its patented "linear shuttle" technology, Nitto Kohki has introduced the larger LAM-200 blower to its market leading range of LA series blowers. The eagerly anticipated big brother is born.

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Air-blowers are commonly used in wastewater treatment systems, aquatic and pond applications, as well as sulphur scrubbing on biogas applications. The "linear shuttle" technology removes the need for troublesome diaphragms and so offers the benefit of much longer lifetimes.

The existing product range offered air flow of 7,2 m³/h at 180mbar (normally 1.8 meter water depth ), while their new big brother delivers a superior 12m³/h airflow at 200mbar (normally two meters water depth).

Therefore, the new LAM-200 can be used in larger plants that historically were unable to take advantage of Nitto Kohki's superior "linear shuttle" technology. The LAM is also an interesting alternative to rotary disc and by-pass channel pumps. With a power consumption of only 220W and whisper-quiet 48dB(A) noise, the new model is an ecological and quiet solution.

Besides its air blowers, Nitto Kohki offer a wide range of "Linear Shuttle" air-pumps, liquid–pumps and diaphragm-pumps all with AC and DC options. Additionally the company manufactures ranges of quick release couplers and Pneumatic Tools. www.nitto-europe.com

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