Follow us on:
CONTACT US | Download the 2021/2022 issue | ©Atlas Copco AB
At your service
Service Specialist Tomasz Bugaj knows how to keep business and society...
A rental state of mind
Our flexible solutions will get the job done in all conditions.
Chipping in for safety
Find out why this South Korean education center shifted to on-site nitrogen supply.
Clearly superior
Choosing the most efficient vacuum solutions will make all the difference.
Clean water changes lives
Our Water for All initiative supports communities with limited access....
A word from President and CEO Mats Rahmström.
Enabling the shift
Industrial assembly solutions are at the heart of the electric car revolution.
"Ergonomics is key"
Ava Mazaheri discusses force exposures and great product design.
Experts in the field
Local dealers and service suppliers ensure that all customers gets on-site support.
Gateway to growth
A visit to China, the world's second-largest economy.
"Joint development is the best way forward"
Atlas Copco is part of an ecosystem set up to push scientific boundaries.
Keeping it dry
A 10-year development process resulted in an innovation that changes everything.
Making a difference
Modern society depends on industrial ideas that take shape with out tools.
Making the connection
Logistics Manager Katey Kim supports the world’s semiconductor manufacturers.
No waste, low emissions
What if industrial machines adapted the energy use to the production need?
Perfect vision
Fully autonomous production is no longer an illusion.
Powered up and ready to work
Going electric is an important step toward a carbon-neutral future.
Purpose-built performer
A purpose-built innovation for the booming liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry.
Recipe for success
Explore some of the key ingredients needed to remain a technology leader.
Setting the tone
Did you know that even Jimi Hendrix's performance relied on vacuum?
Smarter manufacturing
Imagine a smart factory where machines transfer data without delay.
Smart Team + Smartphone = Smart Product
Meet the innovators behind the DZS VSD+ dry claw vacuum pump.
Smart tools for modern life
Industrial tools transform the world.
Star of the screen
Chances are that an iXL900R dry vacuum pump made your screen.
Success is on the cards
A data-driven service solution that gives real-time feedback.
Tapping into the green energy market
Market Manager Rasmus Rubycz is ready to grasp new opportunities.
The power of zero
The Z3+ light tower is a zero-emission, zero-noise innovation.
The start of something big
Our first-ever battery-powered drill stands out.
The Missing Link
In the move toward a carbon-free future, capturing renewable energy for later use is key.
Tight for takeoff
Assembling airplanes, the smart way
Turning apples into applesauce
Compressed air is needed everywhere, even when making baby food.
When train beats the plane
When rail balances costs, speed and sustainability better the air and sea.
Rasmus Rubycz Market Manager New Energy, Gas and Process division, Germany
Rasmus Rubycz joined Atlas Copco Energas in 2012 as Project Engineer, working with solutions used in floating gas production. In 2015 he moved on to focus on energy recovery solutions, and eventually took on the role of Market Manager for the New Energy segment.
Tapping into the green energy market
Process Engineer and Market Manager Rasmus Rubycz loves turning problems upside down to find smart solutions.
What opportunities does the growing demand for green energy bring? For the first time, the environmental, political and business worlds share the same ambition and need. This is a game changer and major business driver. Renewable energy is still a young research field with many unsolved problems, for example, how to recover and store the energy generated. This is a Gordian knot everyone is trying to untie. The race is on, and Atlas Copco has the expertise and innovation power needed to take a leading position.
Why is energy storage such a hot topic? In order to establish completely renewable energy flows that are fully carbon free, you must be able to store the energy you generate. You can put up as many wind turbines as you like – it won’t make a difference if you still have to rely on less environmentally friendly power sources on days that are less windy.
You are also focusing on industrial heat pumps, Why? Unlike the power market, the heat market is yet to be decarbonized. Energy producers have come a long way in producing electricity from renewable sources, but heat is still largely generated through coal or natural gas. Our large-scale heat pump technology could build the missing bridge between the energy and heat production processes and complete the circle.
So, how does heat recovery work? It’s about generating power from heat. Take the fridge in your kitchen, for example. To stay cool, it pumps out all heat out of the backside by using an electric motor. If you would heat up the backside, cool the inside and swap the motor against a generator, you would have a heat recovery system that can generate electricity. In a similar way, energy-consuming industrial processes that generate a lot of waste heat can use our huge turbines to turn that heat into electricity.
Are there any challenges? We were among the first players entering this field and found that the market was not ready at the time. But the maturity level is increasing fast. It’s now up to us to keep innovating for the future.