Rotary screw compressor

The UP6S rotary screw compressor series is designed to power pneumatic tools and equipment and can operate in harsh environments.

08/18/2015


Rotary screw compressor for harsh environments. Courtesy: Ingersoll Rand

The UP6S series is designed for powering pneumatic tools and equipment. The UP6S features a TEFC motor, which is designed to reduce the risk of particulates entering the motor while keeping it cool. This allows the motor to be used in harsh environments. The UP6S series also features progress adaptive control 
(PAC) protection and an O-ring face seals to reduce leak points. The compressor features a Xe-70M controller, making the UP6S easier to operate with remote start and stop capabilities. The user interface and PAC software adapts and monitors operations such as element conditions and system parameters to maintain uptime and increase bearing life.

Ingersoll Rand

www.ingersollrand.com 



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