Contact-cooled air compressor

The R-Series 55 to 75 kW/75 to 100 hp contact-cooled air compressors from Ingersoll Rand are available.

01/30/2012


The R-Series 55 to 75 kW/75 to 100 hp contact-cooled air compressors from Ingersoll Rand are available in fixed-speed and variable speed drives at capacities up to 114 to 479 cfm. The line offers a total air system dryer and filtration option providing clean, dry air in a single package, minimizing installation costs and footprint while allowing single-point maintenance and monitoring for the complete system. The R-Series also boasts the Progressive Adaptive Control filtration and temperature monitoring system, stainless steel V-Shield, and sequential cooling technologies previously introduced with the larger 90 to 160 kW/125 to 200 hp range. These features are designed to maximize reliability and productivity while helping reduce maintenance costs.

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