Ingersoll Rand Air Compressor

Making Work Portable

By: - Product Reviews - July 4, 2011
ingersoll rand air compressor making work portable

Working around the home or in the garage can mean having to pull your air compressor around on a mounted carriage from place to place or having to purchase lengthy measures of air hose just to be able to get to your work.  The Ingersoll Rand Air Compressor can eliminate the carriage, and long air hoses, reducing your efforts to as little as simply attaching a device into an outlet.

The Ingersoll air compressors are considered to be among the most reliable and the most efficient compressors on the market today.  The consumers that choose to buy Ingersoll Rand air compressors will receive a product that is packaged in such a fashion as to make unpacking and installation a veritable snap where ever the consumer chooses to install them.  Once installed into the home or the work site, a series of pipes that are linked to the Ingersoll Rand air compressor are directed to outlets anywhere that the user chooses to put them, be it the garage and the back yard, to outlets on either side of the house when he chooses to do some basic exterior maintenance or automotive work.  There will be no more hauling compressors about the job site or in the home, and no more long, long stretches of air hose coursing through out the house or the back yard.  The centrifugal system as well that comes with some models of the Ingersoll Rand air compressors mean that an easy clean up of debris around the home, the shop or the yard can be as easy as the switch of a button.  There can be no reason to wonder why the Ingersoll Rand air compressors are a huge asset for both the home owner and working professional today.

Each and every part of the Ingersoll Rand air compressor is easily installed to ensure ready, easy access for both electrical and use in the home and around the work shop.

There are a variety of models and applications of the Ingersoll Rand Compressor.  Some particularly impressive features of the Ingersoll Rand Compressors are those that have:

Either a reciprocating or centrifugal system, applications for many industrial applications such as soot blowing, and oil recovery,
Booster compressors with a capacity up and including 1500 psig (or 103.4 barg)
Atmospheric compressors with a capacity up to and including 850 psig (or 58.6 barg)

When you finally get your Ingersoll Rand Compressor system, you’ll be assured to have protected diagnostic, mounted condensate, intercooler, bypass and inlet valve, and pressure lubrication systems.  Combined all into one, the Ingersoll Rand compressors are the industry’s elite installed compression systems sought after by both home owner and building professional alike today.

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