CompAir compressors a top choice for many demanding industries and applicationsApril 4, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Compressed air is an essential energy source, with up to 70 per cent of industries using it in some area of their operations. High-performance compressed air solutions from CompAir are used in applications and industries across the globe. From food and beverage and chemical to automotive and industrial manufacturing, there is a reliable solution for even the most challenging environment.
Many companies rely on compressed air for their manufacturing processes. For example, compressed air solutions are commonly used in spray finishing equipment, air-operated tools and lifting equipment, cooling, heating, cleaning and more. Manufacturers cannot compromise on the level of air purity in their facilities, because any contamination could threaten the quality or safety of their products. CompAir oil-free technologies are a top choice for this sector because of the significant energy savings and environmental benefits they offer.
The automotive industry relies on compressors to provide a high-quality finish, whether it’s spraying cars with paint or assembling them with air tools. Typical applications include tire inflation, product finishing, cutting, welding, painting and filtration. CompAir compressors are a suitable selection because they deliver uncompromising performance and reliability with a low cost of operation.
Maintaining product purity is a must in the chemical sector, and contaminants, such as oil, in the compressed air supply can result in costly product spoilage. CompAir’s innovative range of oil-free machines can offer an efficient and reliable supply of high-quality air in many applications, including process air, control valves and cylinders, material handling nitrogen generation, air curtains and product drying.
Food and beverage
Food and beverage manufacturers must adhere to strict quality standards for the products they produce, which is why CompAir’s oil-free compressor range is a suitable choice for many applications in this industry. Product handling, packaging, food filling machines, fluid pumps, air knives and nitrogen generation are just some of the typical uses of compressed air in the food and beverage sector.
To learn more about how CompAir’s compressed air solutions can benefit these sectors, as well as the pharmaceutical and electronics industries, visit the company’s website.