Eight-Stage, 200-Bar CO2 Compressor

Our Eight-Stage, 200-Bar CO2 Compressor is the ideal, integrated solution for modern COapplications ranging from supercritical power cycles to urea production. It saves you around 30% of the energy of a standard single-shaft compressor, significantly reduces leakage and delivers the outstanding reliability for which Atlas Copco is known.

Contact an Atlas Copco high-pressure COspecialist to find out more:

Ulrich Schmitz
Marketing Manager

Watch our video to see how state-of-the-art technology and advanced design is combined into a solution that makes a big difference. The Eight-Stage, 200-Bar Compressor produces the supercritical CO2 required for today’s applications while providing uncompromising reliability, cost-saving efficiency and a small footprint.


 Eight-Stage, 200-Bar CO2
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Applications served by the Eight-Stage High-Pressure Compressor

Urea for Fertilizer

Urea production uses natural gas as a feed stock to synthesize ammonia, and it is combined with CO2 at high pressure to create the urea found in such products as nitrogen-rich fertilizer. Efficiency and reliability are important factors for a urea installation.

Supercritical Power Cycle

The emerging Supercritical Power Cycle through oxyfuel combustion is a game changer. Proven to be among the most efficient fossil fuel power cycles, it uses supercritical CO2 (sCO2) as a working fluid and operates above CO2's supercritical point. The entire cycle relies on efficiency, where the design of the CO2 compressor is crucial.

Enhanced Oil Recovery

Excess CO2 from refinement can be directed back into an oil well to boost production levels. Much of the CO2 isn’t released into the atmosphere, making it a potential method for carbon storage and re-use. Under the lower pressures at the Earth’s surface, CO2 and oil separate from each other.

Carbon Capture Storage (CSS)

Capturing and storing the CO2 released from burning fossil fuels has emerged as a promising technology. By placing CO2 under high pressure, it can be saved in underground reservoirs and help mitigate carbon emissions.