CompAir products are a boon to many general applicationsDecember 8, 2017 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Compressed air is necessary for many industries, and CompAir Canada designs and builds innovative, oil-free compressed-air products for users across the industrial landscape. Customers in manufacturing, electronics, food and beverage processing, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and the automotive sector have benefitted from CompAir’s talents.
But CompAir products are also highly useful to general applications across a wide range of sectors not limited to the ones above. Different kinds of companies need high-quality, reliable, efficient compressed-air products for different reasons.
Examples of sectors
General applications that involve compressed air come up in the following industries:
- Construction: Drilling machines and other construction equipment often require mobile compressed-air solutions. In addition, marine construction uses compressed air to make protective air-bubble curtains to absorb and reflect sound waves.
- Power utilities: Compressed air is useful in cleaning power facilities and driving auxiliary services in plants.
- Quarrying and aggregates: In quarrying, compressed air is needed to feed pneumatic circuits.
- Recycling: Automatic sorting machinery requires compressed air in waste management.
Compressed air is also a need in certain technological applications. For example, the film industry uses it to power air skates to move heavy loads smoothly. Performing fountains that shoot water more than 150 metres into the air also require compressed air to work properly. Additionally, compressed air is necessary for manufacturing compressed natural gas efficiently and inexpensively.
It is clear that compressed air is a large part of the technology that manufacturers and other businesses use to maintain our modern way of life. CompAir has been involved in the compressed-air industry for more than two centuries, and that is why it remains a globally trusted source for the top products in this field.
A division of Gardner Denver, CompAir specializes in the innovation and development of compressors and compressed-air equipment. With its worldwide headquarters in Bradford, England, the company serves Canadians through its facility in Oakville, Ont.
To learn more, contact CompAir.