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Ingersoll Rand Compressed Air Experts at IWF Talking About Reducing Energy Costs for Woodworking Shops

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Ingersoll Rand will be at the International Woodworking Fair (IWF) on August 24-27, 2016 to provide woodworkers with tips on best practices for generating air power more efficiently. Ingersoll Rand will showcase its newest variable speed drive air compressor that can be used in woodworking applications. We would like to invite you to experience a demonstration of the compressors at the Ingersoll Rand booth #7290.

When manufacturing wood products, all production costs are carefully considered and it’s important that craftsmen have reliable compressed air supply for quality, precision and efficiency. The RS30n and RS37n compressors with variable speed drives are designed to lower operational costs for customers with variable compressed air requirements. The new compressors can save more than $8,000 in maintenance during their first five years of operation. Key features include:

–      High-quality hoses increase the lifetime of the compressors and mitigate downtime.

–      The integrated dryer generates higher air purity and reduces the likelihood of damage to woodworking tools that the compressors power.

–      Enclosures and pre-filters are designed such that the compressors can be operated in harsh application environments, such as woodshops where sawdust is in the air.

–      Enhanced separators and coolers only require maintenance every 2,000 hours. The standard coolant lasts twice as long as the leading competitor’s, thus the machine costs less to maintain.