Garo introduces the GARO AB4000R - the leading liquid ring compressor for performance and efficiency.

Compared to other compressors in this range, the AB4000R offers up to 7% higher efficiency at peak performance. Operating at up to 12.5 bar abs (160 psig), the GARO AB4000R was designed to handle severe service, caustic gases, and demanding requirements of oil & gas and chemical applications.

Engineered by the liquid ring compressor innovators at Garo (now a part of the Gardner Denver Nash Division ), the rugged construction and easy to service design of the GARO AB4000R minimizes maintenance and reduces downtime for service and repair. The compressor was designed to provide reliable and efficient operation for applications that include flare gas recovery, vapor recovery units, corrosive gas handling (e.g. VCM and chlorine) and H2S Gas Sweetening.

The GARO overhung impeller design offers low maintenance operation, reduced time for preventative maintenance and repair, and improved reliability through reinforced impellers, and a new "move ahead" footprint.

Additional features of the GARO AB4000R include: 
  • Speed: 740 - 900 rpm 
  • Pressure: 4.5-12.5 bar abs / (50-160 psig) 
  • Capacity: 2700 - 4000 m3/hour / (1500 to 2300 cfm)
  • High-Efficiency Performance
  • Robust construction designed for severe service
  • Simple design allows for low maintenance and reduced downtime 
  • Available in many materials: CS, LTCS, 316/CF3M, DUPLEX. On request ALLOY 825 Titanium and many others 
  • Suitable for oil splash, pure oil mist, purge oil mist, oil circulation, air-oil forced lubrication

GARO AB4000R Liquid Ring Compressor
GARO AB4000R Liquid Ring Compressor Performance Map

Performance Range of the GARO AB4000R

Garo, now a part of the Gardner Denver Nash Division, is a leading manufacturer of liquid ring compressors for demanding chemical and oil & gas applications. Garo provides global service and technical support for liquid ring compressor products worldwide through the Gardner Denver Nash network of service centers and field service technicians.