Industrial air compressors are different from the standard air compressors used at homes. If you are not familiar with the capability and capacity of an industrial air compressor, using then in the Industry will be very difficult.
WHY ARE THEY DIFFERENT?
This is a case were “Size truly does matter”. Why? Well, Industrial air compressors are considerably bigger than the ones used at home, the tank which receives the air is bigger, in order to increase the capacity. Also, in order to provide a greater power, the engine is too considerably bigger than the standard air compressors. These two factors allow the industrial air compressor to run much longer at full power.
WHICH INDUSTRIES USES THE INDUSTRIAL AIR COMPRESSOR?
Including but not limited to:
- CAR MANUFACTURER.
- CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING.
- FOOD AND BEVERAGES.
- GENERAL MANUFACTURING.
- HOSPITALS AND PHARMACEUTICALS
- GLASS MANUFACTURER.
- MINING AND CONSTRUCTION.
- PLASTIC MANUFACTURER.
- WOOD PRODUCTS.
- POWER GENERATION.
- WASTEWATER TREATMENT.
WHICH TASKS ARE COMMON FOR AN INDUSTRIAL AIR COMPRESSOR?
This will vary depending on the type of Industry, for instance in the Apparel Industry it will be used for clamping, conveying, powering tools, automated equipment, actuators, and controls.
In the Car Manufacturer industry, its used for forming, stamping, powering tools and controls, conveying and actuators.
Chemical Industries used the air compressors to aid actuators and controls, and, conveying.
The food giants used the air compressors for various tasks including dehydration, bottling, spraying coatings, conveying, cleaning and vacuum packing and powering controls and actuators.
For the Furniture Manufacturer, its mostly used to power up tools, air pistons, controls, and actuators, clamping and spraying.
In the case of General Manufacturers, clamping, tool powering, stamping and cleaning are aided by the Industrial Air Compressor.
The Lumber industry sees its compressor used for sewing, clamping, hoisting, powering controls and actuators, and, pressure treatments.
In Metal Fabrication the Industrial Air Compressor has some massive tasks to perform, such as powering entire assembly stations, tools, controls, injection molding and several other controls.
Oil companies use them for processing and compressing gases.
Vacuum melting and hoisting are some of the tasks done by the compressors in the Metals Industries.
The Paper Industry sees their compressors being used for powering controls and actuators as well as conveying.
Tool powering, clamping, powering mold press, forming and injection molding are done by industrial air compressors for the Rubber and Plastic Industries.
Clay, Glass, and Stone Industries used their compressors for conveying, mixing, blending, glass molding and blowing and cooling.
For the Textiles manufacturers, the Industrial Air Compressor performs a series of important tasks like conveying and clamping, powering multiple types of equipment, spinning and creating textures and weaving by loom jet.
These are just some of the Industries and Tasks that an Industrial Air Compressor can perform, a definite true wonder of modern engineering.