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Mink MI 1502 BP

  • Flexible:
    application-oriented
  • Reliable:
    operationally reliable
  • Nearly Maintenance-Free:
    dry and contact-free compression


Mink claw compressors were developed specifically for the reliable compression of air and other gases. Modern Mink claw technology guarantees an efficient and constant overpressure supply for numerous industrial applications of up to 2.0 bar(g).

The output of Mink claw compressors is determined by the choice of motor. Motors may be selected to provide between 0.5 and 2.0 bar(g) as required by the application, ensuring efficient blast air and compressed air generation.

The contact-free operating principle of claw technology provides the additional benefit of nearly maintenance-free operation: None of the internal moving parts of the compressor come in contact with each other, so components are not subject to wear. Servicing tasks such as inspection and ement of worn parts are eliminated completely.

The proven, completely dry-running claw technology of Mink claw compressor allows them to run without operating fluids in the compression chamber. The pumped medium is not contaminated, and may be used later without filtration or cleaning. In addition, no costs arise for the purchase, replacement and disposal of operating fluids.

Mink claw vacuum compressors are air cooled, so no effort for the installation and maintenance of a cooling system is required. Their contact-free operating principle allows them to run extremely efficiently, and the volume flow remains consistently high throughout the entire life cycle.

The outstanding reliability and long service lifetime of Mink claw compressors are also a result of the contact-free and dry compression. An intelligent sound insulation design allows Mink claw compressors to operate at low noise levels.


Mink – efficient and reliable compressed air generation.

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Technical specifications
Mink claw compressors feature two clawshaped rotors that move in opposite directions, mounted in a housing. The shape of these claw rotors extracts, compresses (in two stages) and expels air or gas. The rotors do not come in contact with each other or the housing, so no lubricants or operating fluids are required in the compression chamber. The minimal clearance between the claw rotors and the chamber housing optimizes the internal seal and ensures a constantly high volume flow. A synchronizing gearbox maintains precise rotor timing. Mink claw compressors are driven by a directly flange-mounted motor of efficiency class IE3. Mink claw compressors are equipped with an inlet filter and a pressure relief valve as standard equipment.


Mink MI 1502 BP
Mink MI 1502 BP
Volume flow

Air at 20 ºC. Tolerance: ± 10%

50 Hz 60 Hz
Volume flow
Technical data Mink MI 1502 BP
Volume flow m³/h 50 Hz 500
Overpressure bar(g) 50 Hz 0.8 | 1.2 | 1.6 | 2.0
Nominal motor rating kW 50 Hz 15.0 | 18.5 | 22.0 | 30.0
Nominal motor speed min-1 50 Hz 3000
Noise level (ISO 2151) dB(A) 50 Hz 87*
Weight approx. kg 390
Dimensions (L x W x H) mm 1500 x 905 x 580
Gas outlet G 3"
* complies with accuracy class 2 at operating point of 1.0 bar(g)

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