Compressed air is vital to industrial applications. Many of the world’s production facilities would not be able to run without it. Clothes, cars, food, water, oil, tools and most other products are manufactured using compressed air at some point during the production process.
When compressed air is this important, reliability is key. And Sullair is it.
Here are five real Sullair customers that depend on their compressors every day for crucial production processes.
Recreational Vehicle Manufacturer in Northeast Indiana
Used for staple guns, screw guns and many other pieces of equipment,
compressed air is a huge component in getting our production handled every day, says the Site Manager.
Synchronous Drive Product Manufacturer in Northwest Indiana
Compressed air is ubiquitous in the production of parts for power transmission and precision mechanical component industries.
Almost every single machine we use requires air to run, shares the Rotational Shop Development Leader.
Metal Recycling Company in North Texas
A metal recycling facility uses compressed air as they sort and shred scrap metal to process back into to usable material. According to the facility operations manager,
Fifty percent of the major functionality of our company relies on compressed air.
Fabrication Shop in Northern Illinois
A fabrication shop in Northern Illinois uses compressed air to power air grinders as they produce wear parts from abrasion-resistant steel. The company president shares,
It [our compressor] runs every day and I can just press the button and it starts.
Brass & Bronze Foundry in North Texas
A 130-year old Brass & Bronze Foundry uses compressed air as they cast parts to serve a variety of different industries.
Compressed air is important to us. If air pressure starts getting too low, we have certain equipment that will start to shut down, says the foundry president.
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