Ingersoll Rand is well into its second century of building our legacy as a trusted global leader by delivering the innovative solutions and expertise our customers require. See first-hand how we continue to advance compressed air technology and service to maximize reliability, efficiency and productivity for our customers. HOC Dryers 420-3,680 m3/hr (250-2,165 scfm) Now available from 420 to 3,680 m3/hr (250-2,165 scfm), the new Ingersoll Rand heat of compression (HOC) dryers provide energy efficiency, performance and flexibility. Ingersoll Rand HOC dryers supply instrument quality air at operating costs well below those of typical desiccant dryer designs. Tried-and-true components along with enhanced controls ensure reliable HOC dryers with consistent performance. The flexible design accommodates Ingersoll Rand and/or other oil-free compressors. Large Drive Industrial-Grade Impact Sockets The company that brought you the Impactool™ now offers 1½", 2½", and #5 spline drive sockets for tough mining, refining, and other industrial applications. Manufactured from Chromoly steel for exceptional strength, durability, and quality, Ingersoll Rand sockets are laser-etched and roll-stamped so you can see the socket size even after hundreds of uses. Large Non-Cycling Refrigerant Dryers Ingersoll Rand non-cycling refrigerated dryers provide reliable and economical operation while delivering moisture free air. These efficient dryers are now available has recently expanded to 200-13,420 cfm. Extended HL Heatless Desiccant Dryers Range Ingersoll Rand’s heatless and heated desiccant dryers offer a low profile design for ease of service, low pressure drop design, and a pre-filter and after-filter as standard. With a newly extended capacity range of 13.4-51.0 m3/min (120-1800 cfm, heatless; 400-2100 cfm (11.3-59.5 m3/min, heated), these dryers can now meet a larger spectrum of compressed air system flow requirements. Hammerhead (Low-Profile Impactools™) From Ingersoll Rand, the company that invented the Impactool in 1934, comes a revolutionary product that is unlike any other on the market today. The Hammerhead Low Profile Impactool offers the power and speed of an impact with the reach of a ratchet, and it’s going to change the way your customers work. The combination of MAX power, MAX control, and MAX access now allows you to use an Ingersoll Rand Impactool for virtually any application. Say goodbye to awkward extensions and swivel sockets, and watch your productivity soar as you conquer tasks in minutes that once took hours. R-Series 90-160kW / 125-200 hp Contact-Cooled Rotary Screw Compressors Ingersoll Rand’s new R-Series 90-160 kW / 125-200 hp rotary screw air compressors offer innovative features such as PAC™ protection, V-Shield™ technology and a sequential cooling system to ensure efficient operation and reduced total cost of ownership. C1000 Centrifugal (127-212 m3min / 4500-2500 cfm) Our all-new CENTAC model C1000 takes the concept of simplicity by design to a whole new level with over 50 design improvements aimed to maximize reliability, efficiency and productivity. Fabricated Filters Ingersoll Rand’s new fabricated filters offer a low pressure drop design, no touch element replacement, low energy consumption, and threaded & flanged connections. PolySep Oil Water Separators Ingersoll Rand’s new PolySep Oil Water Separators use a unique proprietary filtration media to effectively virtually all lubricants, including highly emulsified lubricants like polyglycols, from your compressor condensate discharge. IntelliFlow Electronic Flow Controllers Ingersoll Rand’s Electronic Flow Controllers are a “set it and forget it” solution to managing multiple pressure zones and protecting vital compressed air loads. The latest generation controller, the IntelliFlow can be programmed for forward and backward flow simultaneously in combination mode to maximize system efficiency. X-Series System Visualization The new X-Series System Visualization (VX) module allows anywhere access to your compressed air system through a basic LAN connection. With a standard web browser, you can view real-time system information through an intuitive graphical user interface that makes it is to “see” how your system is performing.