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Air compressors are used by glass manufacturers worldwide. From forming containers, bottles and glassware to blowing tubes for lighting and electronics, compressed air can be found in use throughout manufacturing plants. Applications for compressed air throughout a plant include powering pneumatic tools, conveying material and generating electricity. Typically, press and blow glass container manufacturers use two separate air systems -- a low-pressure (50-70 psig) for the furnace and a high-pressure (90-100 psig) system for both the furnace as well as for packaging, palletizing and shipping. These systems are usually set up with two separate compressed air supplies and piping distribution.
Partner with a compressed air solution expert to conduct a complete systemassessment. That’s essentially an energy efficiency audit program that identifiesareas of improvement to get the most out of your plant’s existing equipment
Ingersoll Rand air compressors are made with superior components and backed by our worldwide parts and service organization, providing the support you need to keep your business running. We stand behind our products and services and beside our customers during planning, installation, and maintenance.
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