With its HG44e compressor range, GEA introduces new, more efficient semi-hermetic compressors to the market – models that replace its HG4 range. Experience from more than 20 years of production of semi-hermetic compressors has gone into this development.

The largest HG44e compressor offers almost 20 % more displacement in comparison to its predecessor

GEA HG44e Compressor

In addition to their uses in the field of refrigeration and air-conditioning, the new 4-cylinder HG44e compressors are ideally suited for refrigeration in supermarkets. They offer improved efficiency over their predecessors, greater displacement, more compact structural design, and a new configuration of connections.

These connections match the gas connections normally found in the sector, to ensure that no adaptation work is necessary when the user invests in a replacement compressor. The foot mountings of the new compressor likewise conform to sector standards.

In the 4-cylinder HG44e range, four model sizes cover the area of maximum displacement from 41.3 m³/h to 67.0 m³/h. These output ranges enable optimal meeting of performance requirements. 

The new range profits from a new and advanced valve plate system, electrical motors from the latest generation, and enhanced gas flow – which increase efficiency and lower energy consumption. In comparison to its predecessors, the GEA HG44e range includes four instead of three model sizes.

In addition, the largest version, the HG44e/770-4 compressor, offers with its 67 m³/h, almost 20 % more displacement than the largest HG4 model. As a result, this compressor range demonstrates the greatest power density in the sector.

The special GEA oil-pump design, proven over many years, further assures reliable lubrication of all moving parts. The new models furthermore demonstrate excellent service friendliness – for example, simple exchange of the drive motor, as before.

With its new HG44e compressors, GEA sets new standards in efficiency and performance

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