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Deno Compressors B.V. is a manufacturer of air compressors and a specialist in the field of marine applications for compressed air systems.
Deno Compressors have been designed and constructed since 1936 and thousands of compressor systems have been installed since then.
Deno Compressors advises ship owners, engineers and shipbuilders about the most reliable and efficient compressed air systems and Nitrogen systems.
Deno Compressors designs the optimal compressed air systems.
An adequate stock of all components maintained for all types, at all times. the price level of spare parts compares excellently with other manufacturers.
Deno Compressors have type approval of major classification societies. Inspection certificates for individual compressors are issued upon request.
Deno Compressors systems can be delivered custom made as a package creating an opportunity for saving time and installation costs.
Deno water cooled compressors
Originally manufactured under the name of : van Duijvendijk en van Overbeek or D&O.
The water cooled compressors are using fresh water or seawater except for models
2K20, 2K25, 2K28 and 2K30 which are using fresh water but can modified for sea water if required.
Deno equipment is used in ships, industrial uses, power stations and other works.
Deno Marine Air Filters
Maximum pressure up to 40 barCompressed air
Compressed air is an excellent source for safe and clean energy with a wide range of applications. However, compressed air systems are dependent on clean air. By using the right type of filter, elements such as condensate, dirt, dust, oil, exhaust gasses and vapours, are extracted. Also, used compressor-fluids, metal parts and rust can be eliminated.
Deno equipment is used in: ships, off shore industry, power stations
Deno Marine Air Recievers
Air receivers complete with valve head are delivered meeting the requirements of the major international classification societies. The shut-off valves, safety valves and control armatures are arranged in a central and space saving way at the valve head.