Next Generation Reciprocating Air Compressors From Ingersoll Rand - Tire Review Magazine

Next Generation Reciprocating Air Compressors From Ingersoll Rand

Ingersoll Rand has launched several models in its reciprocating air compressor line, extending its offering of reliable and durable Type-30 air compressors. The new models are reciprocating two-stage air compressors from 5 to 20 hp. Compressed air packages are available for everything from intermittent load demand to applications that require a heavier-duty cycle, the company said.

T30 air compressors feature precision engineered, two-stage cast iron pumps for reliability in continuous duty applications. The ultra-rugged pump construction allows shops to run their compressors all day with a significantly reduced risk of downtime, according to Ingersoll Rand.

The compressors utilize individually cast cylinders, an overhung crankshaft and a one-piece connecting rod, which combine to provide quick and easy maintenance. The units also feature a low oil level switch to shut down the compressor when necessary to prevent it from causing damage by running without lubricant. Premium-efficiency motors that reduce power consumption are also available as options on standard packages, the maker added.

Compressors are available in Value, Value Plus and Premium packages with a variety of factory-fitted options to suit customer needs. Each package is backed by Ingersoll Rand’s standard warranty, and includes coverage of either electric motors or gas engines, the company said.

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