Company Overview of Atlas Copco (India) Limited
Atlas Copco (India) Limited manufactures and sells compressors, vacuum solutions and air treatment systems, construction equipment, portable energy and mining equipment, power tools, and assembly systems in India. The company’s products include air and gas compressors, air and gas treatment equipment, air line accessories, air motors, assembly solutions, assembly tools, boosters, compaction equipment, concrete and concrete spraying equipment, demolition equipment, drill rigs and rock drills, drilling tools, energy recovery solutions, expanders, generators, ground and rock reinforcement tools, grouting equipment, hoists and trolleys, and light towers. It also offers loading and haulage equipm...
Mumbai - Pune Road
Founded in 1960
Key Executives for Atlas Copco (India) Limited
Managing Director, Director, Member of Stakeholders Relationship Committee and Member of Audit Committee
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Holding
Vice President of Corporate Human Resources
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Atlas Copco (India) Limited Key Developments
Atlas Copco India Ltd. Announces Launch of its New QLB 02 Light Tower
Aug 29 15
Atlas Copco India Ltd. announced that it has launched its new QLB 02 light tower, providing lighting solution for events, public spaces and general construction requirements. The company announced with four 400W metal halide luminaires, the QLB 02 can safely and effectively illuminate an area of up to 2,000m2t. The new light tower provides complete flexibility by allowing users to easily plug into any power source including auxiliary power, electrical generator or directly into the grid. The individual luminaires can be manually adjusted to ensure light is provided only where needed, helping to ensure energy efficiency and reduce unnecessary costs. For large sites, up to four QLB 02 light towers can be connected to a single power source, providing users with complete control over their lighting requirements. An optional programmable timer allows users to choose from 84 on/off programmers to achieve the desired lighting requirements - including the ability to program the light to auto start in the mornings and shut off in the evenings. With a manual lifting system, users can raise the seven-metre mast to the desired height to achieve maximum luminosity. The four stabilisers make sure that the light tower is sturdy, whether on flat or uneven ground, and can withstand winds up to 80 km/h. The rugged frame and metallic canopy provide additional protection for the unit.
Atlas Copco India, Ltd. Introduces New Side Dump Bucket for Scooptram Loaders
Jun 30 14
Atlas Copco India Ltd. has introduced a new side dump bucket for Scooptram loaders. Atlas Copco's new side dump bucket, which is offered as an option, enables Scooptram loaders to be used in an almost unlimited range of applications; from civil construction and hydropower tunnel projects to rail and road tunnels as well as for rapid tunnel development in mining. Depending on the application, the side dump bucket can also speed up the work cycle. Loaders equipped with a conventional bucket normally travel between 100 and 300 meters from loading point to dumping point. With a side dump bucket, the time can be substantially reduced meaning shorter cycle times between rounds. Ben Thompson, Product Manager at Atlas Copco explains: Filling the bucket in the muck pile, reversing and positioning parallel to a truck, lifting the boom to prepare, and then dumping the material in a truck can all be done in one motion. Furthermore, lowering of the bucket and boom as well as going forward to fill the next bucket-load can also be done in one go. In addition to flexibility and fast loading, and shorter cycle times, the side dump bucket enables fewer loaders to serve multiple trucks and also eliminates the need for loading bays or cutouts. Both tire wear and fuel consumption is also reduced, which cuts running costs. The side dump bucket is available for Scooptram ST7, ST1030 and ST14.
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