Packaged Reciprocating Compressor Systems

GEA Grasso V series packages

Single- and two-stage reciprocating compressor packages

GEA Grasso V Package
The GEA Grasso V series packages can be divided in single and two stage. The single stage reciprocating compressor packages of the GEA Grasso V series include 7 sizes in V-belt as well as direct drive execution in a capacity range from 150 to 900 kW. The two-stage reciprocating compressor packages include 7 sizes in V-belt as well as direct drive execution in a capacity range from 50 to 300 kW. For the two-stage reciprocating compressor packages, high efficient and compact inter-stage coolers are available.

Special Features

At GEA we offer our customers “state of the art” products that are based on our expertise with industrial compressors. This compressor series is equipped with the GEA Maintenance Monitor, delivering an automatic indication of the required service intervals. Due to the extreme low oil carryover the oil separator is often left out to safe costs and engine room space.

Constructive characteristics

  • Flexible and extended maintenance intervals
  • Lowest possible running cost
  • Extreme low oil carry-over
  • For rigid or spring-damper mounting
  • Latest V belt technology
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