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When you choose an Ingersoll Rand Air Compressor, you have selected the compressor rated highest in the world for its quality and reliability. Engineered for high performance, reliability and efficiency, High Pressure Air Compressors provide easy operation, low maintenance and a reliable air supply. We are reckoned as one of the prime Air Compressor Supplier in India.
Generally air compressors have been categorized in two types:
Rotary Screw Air Compressors
The rotary screw air compressor has become the most popular source of compressed air for industrial applications. A major reason is its simple compression concept. Air enters a sealed chamber where it is trapped between two contra-rotating rotors. As the rotors intermesh, they reduce the volume of trapped air and deliver it compressed to proper pressure level. This simple compression concept, with continuous contact cooling, allows the rotary screw air compressor to operate with temperatures approximately one half that generated by a reciprocating compressor. This lower temperature enables the rotary screw air compressor to operate in a â��fully loadedâ�� continuous duty cycle 24 hours per day, 365 day per year, if necessary. Its ability to operate for extended periods of time makes the rotary compressor ideal for demanding industrial applications.
Reciprocating Air Compressors
Designed for heavy shop or industrial use, Ingersoll Rand Two Stage electric air compressors provide the quality and performance that are ideal for most applications and users, including: automotive service and body shops: fleet maintenance: machine shops: production and manufacturing lines: construction: wood working shops: dry cleaners: car washes: maintenance/repair shops and farms.
A two-stage model compresses air to an intermediate pressure in the first stage, removes heat of compression through an intercooler, and compresses air to a final pressure in a second compression stage. Two-stage compressors are more efficient and are generally used for pressures above 100 PSI (maximum pressure to 175 PSI).