Atlas Copco compressors reduce energy consumption on Thai Summit production lines

Atlas Copco compressors reduce energy consumption on Thai Summit production lines.

Thai Summit Group, a leading manufacturer of automotive and motorcycle parts in Thailand, uses more than 30 Atlas Copco  compressors on their production lines. The compressors, which feature variable speed drive (VSD) technology, have resulted in average energy savings up to 35 % for the company.

Thai Summit Group is the leading auto parts manufacturer in Thailand. Established in 1977, the company has played a major role in driving the country’s important auto parts industry. Thai Summit has manufacturing facilities in Laemchabang, Nakornnayok, Rayong, and Samut Prakan in Thailand, as well as other facilities in China, India, Indonesia, the USA, and Vietnam.

Dr.Chatkaew Hart-Rawung, Director of Manufacturing of Thai Summit Auto Parts Industry Co., Ltd., explains, “We consider a lot of factors such as energy efficiency, maintenance, investment cost, and aftersales service during the selection process of our preferred supplier.”

To meet these requirements, the company installed 30 of Atlas Copco GA 75+ / GA75VSD oil-injected rotary screw compressor and ZT75 oil free rotary screw compressor for their painting processes in order to provide reliable performance, while minimizing their total cost of ownership. The GA VSD series reduces energy costs up to 35 % by automatically adjusting the compressor’s motor speed to meet air supply demands. The GA 75 VSD also has an Elektronikon® controller, which offers a wide variety of control and monitoring features to further increase a compressor’s efficiency and reliability.

Thai Summit also chose Atlas Copco because of the exceptional level of local support. “We do appreciate the aftermarket service provided by Atlas Copco (Thailand) Co., Ltd. and their distributors,” said Dr. Chatkaew.

Please follow this link to a video about Thai Summit Group with their GA75VSD compressors.


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