When Old Meets New
A new Sullair LS110 was installed next to an old (but still running!) Sullair compressor from 1992 at a customer site outside of Nashville, Tennessee.
A new Sullair LS110 was installed next to an old (but still running!) Sullair compressor from 1992 at a customer site outside of Nashville, Tennessee.Sullair
A Calgary-area coal mine depends on these Sullair industrial compressors to deliver reliable performance day in and day out. Sullair delivers in these challenging conditions.Chamco
A Sullair 260 tackles the toughest terrains in Ecuador.Sullair
A Sullair TRE centrifugal compressor installed at an auto manufacturing plant.Sullair
A Sullair 185 Tier 4 Final portable air compressor provides air power to a Sullair paving breaker for road repairs.Sullair
Some installations use multiple compressors, like the Sullair S-energy compressors shown here, to generate needed air power.Sullair
Sullair portable compressors were spotted working on the New NY Bridge Project. The project is the single largest bridge construction project in New York's history and one of the largest single design-build contracts for a transportation project in the United States.New York State Thruway Authority
It wasn’t long ago telematics – the use of diagnostic, monitoring and GPS technologies to log, track and transmit machine data real-time to smartphones, tablets or desktops – was primarily only found on large-scale and highly priced construction equipment. However, some rental houses are increasingly realizing the benefits of telematics and viewing the technology as a necessity across their entire fleets, including small portable air compressors.
Optimalair™ Fine Fiber Technology vs. Conventional Cellulose Air Filters Some may ask why does an air compressor need an air filter? Or does it really matter which air filter you choose?
Companies within the oil and gas industry rely on compressed air solutions to complete many challenging applications. Five key applications in the oil and gas industry requiring compressed air include: Drilling Customers use air compression for both onshore and offshore drilling. The short-form definition of onshore drilling is the act of drilling holes under the earth’s surface, into the ground. Offshore drilling is conducted beneath the seabed.