Atlas Copco DZS vacuum dry claw solutions on display at Manufactured Yorkshire

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Clawing back the benefits

The innovators at Atlas Copco have done it again! 

The company’s engineers and designers have come up with a range of new dry claw vacuum solutions aimed at increasing productivity and reducing energy consumption.

The technologically advanced machines also offer lower lifecycle costs, saving you money in the long run. Not only that, they are safe and easy to operate, control and maintain – with a low failure rate and a long lifespan.

Driving productivity

The DZS dry claw machines are robust and efficient, with an excellent contaminant handling capability. 

The extensive product range has a range of innovative features, including an efficient IE3 motor with a variable speed option for controllability. The dry pumping chamber eliminates the need for oil, while contact-free internals plus corrosion-resistant claws reduce wear and tear.

In addition, the set-point control option permits the optimisation of energy use, matching the flow to your exact requirements and reducing waste.

Other benefits include:

- Low lifespan costs
- Hard to beat vacuum level
- Easy to clean and maintain
- Low noise levels
- Compact design/small footprint

Certification, warranties and servicing

To ensure continuous and efficient operation, the machines are fully compliant with ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 requirements. Add to this a market-leading warranty and our service packages with genuine 24/7 call out, and you can enjoy peace of mind, all year round.


Vacuum is used in a myriad of industrial and other sectors, from pneumatic conveying and dairy production to dust extraction and medical uses.

Because Atlas Copco’s dry claw machines have been based on proven designs, they are robust enough to withstand even the harshest applications and environments. 

If you’d like to find out more about Atlas Copco DZS vacuum dry claw solutions, call or email our sales team – or why not visit our stand at Manufactured Yorkshire on 10 May at Elland Road, Leeds, where we will have a machine on display.