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Hertz Kompressoren October 24, 2012 No Comments

Hertz Kompressoren UK enjoyed a successful outing at this year’s Seawork International Exhibition 2012 (Stand B157), held at ABP Port of Southampton from 22 to 24 May. Seawork one the largest and fastest growing commercial marine and workboat event to be held in a European working port.

At the show, Hertz displayed its tailored HSC 15 – 315kW & HGS 2.2 – 15kW Series Screw Compressors, which are particularly robust, making models in this range an ideal choice for a wide range of applications, including those in the offshore/marine industries. Every screw compressor model is equipped with an exclusive screw block, constructed with particularly strong materials. Furthermore, each compressor ensures exceptional performance, efficiency, quality, long maintenance intervals and low operating costs. All spare parts are easily available from Hertz Kompressoren UK and its extensive partner network.

Also exhibited at this year’s Seawork was Hertz’ recently launched Wave Series of marine compressors. These compressors offer the power of traditional proven piston technology, together with additional major refinements in order to secure even greater efficiencies and levels of performance. Not only can Wave Series compressors be used for ship engine starts, they can also be deployed for the opening of hydro dam gates and for altering the blade pitch on turbines – and more.

Hertz Kompressoren UK’s Managing Director, Graeme Middleton-Duff, said of the show:

“The offshore/marine sector is a key target market for us, and Seawork is an ideal show for us in that many of our target customers not only visit the show but actually exhibiting there too – everyone from boat/ship builders to shipyards. Indeed, the show attracted in excess of 450 exhibitors and 7,200 visitors, and this volume of quality attendees helped us to attract high number of quality leads over the three days of the show.”

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