GETTING A VIEW OF WHAT HAPPENS IN BITZER’S INNER SANCTUM

Only few people get access to BITZER’s inner sanctum, the technology building. 
This blog post is a picture gallery that gives you a chance to look behind the scenes as a group of international HVAC/R experts joined an exclusive training lesson and got to know a BITZER screw compressor virtually inside out. 

Welcome to the BITZER workshop!

















Before opening the BITZER compact screw compressor  – it is carefully put on a workbench.














In no time, the compressor’s oil drain is open and …
















… the oil flows out of the pipes.














Next step: The housing cover is being opened.




















Between the various steps of the procedure, there is enough time for questions and to get more information from the BITZER experts who accompany the guests.















The participants are welcome to take an active part. They learn firsthand for example what it takes to adjust the build-in motor to ensure a smooth operation.















Then, the oil separator vessel is removed opening new insights and …














… giving way to further interesting professional discussions.















Getting to the bottom of things may be a serious task. But learning the wrinkles on the way to it from a BITZER pro is sure to be an entertaining lesson.














Gradually the way to the rotors is opened. They are covered by the discharge flange …














… which is carefully pulled out.





















Here we go: Finally, the male and female rotors come to light. 














The visit to the BITZER technology building ends














If you are curious for more you can join one of our various seminars for HVAC/R pros. 

CLICK HERE TO REQUEST MORE DETAILS ON TRAINING

 

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