Tier 4 compliant compressor
By Atlas Copco
Atlas Copco has introduced the all-new XATS 1050 CD7 compressor. Replacing the XATS 950, the XATS 1050 CD7 features a new engine, air-end, cooling fan and controller.
By Atlas Copco
Atlas Copco has introduced the all-new XATS 1050 CD7 compressor.
Replacing the XATS 950, the XATS 1050 CD7 features a new engine,
air-end, cooling fan and controller.
The engine in the Atlas Copco XATS 1050 CD7 complies with the new
emission standards that went into effect in the U.S., Canada, Japan and
Europe in January 2011. The new standards are part of the U.S. EPA
Nonroad Regulation Tier 4A and the EU Nonroad-Directive Stage IIIB (Tier
4A / Stage IIIB). This legislation mandates substantial decreases in
the emission of particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen oxide (NOx) from
off-road diesel engines, and Atlas Copco’s newest compressor meets the
| The XATS 1050 CD7 from Atlas Copco.|
The new air-end in the XATS 1050CD7 is designed to operate more
efficiently than its predecessors. Preliminary testing of the new model
indicates that it will significantly reduce fuel consumption. Fuel
economy is also improved by the variable-speed cooling fan, which is
designed to run only as needed rather than continually.
Emission control is built in to the new controller. Unlike some other units, no separate control area is necessary.
Atlas Copco is an industrial group with strong positions in
compressors, construction and mining equipment, power tools and assembly
systems. The Group delivers sustainable solutions for increased
customer productivity through innovative products and services. Founded
1873, the company is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and has a global reach
spanning more than 170 countries. In 2010, Atlas Copco had about 33 000
employees and revenues of BSEK 70 (BEUR 7.3). Learn more at