Ingersoll Rand a mission-critical flow creation and industrial technologies announced the launch of a new rotary screw compressor and small reciprocating in India. The announcement comes as a part of the company’s larger plans of launching an extensive product portfolio in the year 2020~21 in India over the coming months. These products will bring the best of trusted Ingersoll Rand and Gardener Denver technologies. Two new products launched include small air-cooled reciprocating in 3HP-25HP and new rotary screw in 7.5-11kw.
The CompAir reciprocating compressor launched is designed for heavy industrial applications to provide quality and performance to exceed customer’s requirements. While the 7.5-11kw rotary screw compressors ensure maximum uptime through its rugged design, better efficiency through integrated compression module and a compact footprint to save floor space.
Amar Kaul, CMD, Ingersoll-Rand (India) Limited said: “Ingersoll Rand over the years has been known for introducing reliable and energy-efficient products with applications across critical industries, helping them enhance productivity. The merger of Ingersoll Rand with Garden Denver will help offer our customers with a more robust and holistic product and services portfolio.” He further said, “The past few months have been critical for businesses, and we at Ingersoll Rand have ensured continuous support to our customers even during the lockdown to enable them in their efforts to contain the spread of Covid-19. We used this period (lockdown phase due to Covid-19) to increase our investments and resources on new products innovation and accelerate the launches”.
The company is providing innovative and mission-critical industrial, energy, medical and specialty vehicle products and services across 40+ respected brands designed to excel in even the most complex and harsh conditions where downtime is especially costly.
During Covid-19 outbreak, Ingersoll Rand continued servicing mission-critical products that support essential sectors on the front lines of minimizing the spread and fighting the impact of COVID-19, including the healthcare and public health, food, transportation and logistics, critical manufacturing, energy and defence industrial sectors.