Industrial Uses for Air compressor

Air compressors is the only option for some industries that require the safety of a non-heat producing power source and a reliable flow of that power. Since the first mechanical air compressor was manufactured in the early 1800s, the demand for compressed air systems has steadily grown from the specific beginnings of better equipping the mining and metal fabrication industry to a necessity in almost all industries. It’s often thought of as the fourth utility following electric, water, and gas.

This consistently growing demand has also driven advancement in the engineering of air compressors and vacuum products. When Gajjar Compressor started operations nearly 25 years ago, we designed a few models of high quality reciprocating air compressors that served our customers and their various applications.

In 1992, we added the rotary screw technology to our line in response to the increasing use of compressed air for industrial environments. Efficient and reliable performance was needed for some of the most demanding applications like energy exploration, food and beverage processing and manufacturing. All air compressors perform the same basic function — they increase the pressure and reduce the volume of a gas, like air. However, each of our models has been designed with specific applications in mind to deliver a solution for production requirements.

Both our reciprocating piston and our rotary screw air compressor represent the best air compressor for every industry. Here is a list that shows the wide range of uses for industrial-sized air compressors for almost any application.

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