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Atlas presents remodeled G90-250

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Atlas Copco has launched the newly remodeled, oil-injected G90-250 air compressor. The new G Series (125 to 335 hp) joins the GA and GA+ offerings, completing the lineup in the company’s mid/large oil-injected horsepower category.

“The remodeled range features a new, more compact design and is built on the principles of simplicity, reliability and efficiency,” the company said in a statement.

“It boasts a new element specifically designed for the range and offers increase in flow rates of up to 5 percent over the previous generation. The new design not only looks cool on the outside, but it also keeps cool on the inside, featuring a cool air zone that lowers the energy needed to efficiently compress air. “

For more, visit www.atlascopco.com/air-usa.

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