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Integrated Air Solutions showcases specialist compressor engineering at Bauma 2018

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The 14 bar ELGi compressor customised by integrated air solutions to fit the JS205 drilling machine The 14 bar ELGi compressor customised by integrated air solutions to fit the JS205 drilling machine

Integrated Air Solutions will showcase its comprehensive range of world-class compressed air solutions for customers in the construction, mining and drilling sectors in South and Sub-Saharan Africa at Bauma 2018 (stand ES 213).

Integrated Air Solutions boasts decades of experience with the ELGi brand and is the sole regional distributor of the ELGi range of oil-lubricated and oil-free rotary screw, high-pressure diesel-driven as well as centrifugal and portable air compressors.ELGi is a leading global air compressor manufacturer that has earned worldwide distinction for designing sustainable solutions that contribute to increased uptime and lowest total cost of ownership, assisting end-users in achieving their productivity goals.

“As first time exhibitors at Bauma, we believe that the Expo presents us with the perfect platform to showcase these world-renowned machines,” states Integrated Air Solutions’ Group CEO, Graham Russell. “Successfully tried and tested over 25 years in our harsh environment, the ELGi air compressors are ideally suited to the Southern African climate.”

“We will be unveiling ELGi’s new PG185-100 portable compressor at the Expo. This extremely rugged and versatile machine is ideally suited for the construction and sand-blasting industries.”

Also on display at Bauma will be a large electric-driven air compressor which is targeted at the mining segment as well as a large diesel-driven air compressor used in water, exploration and post hole drilling applications. 

“We are proud of being one of only a few companies that is able to offer highly customised air compressor solutions and the state-of-the-art JCB-derived drill and blast drill rig which is fitted with a customised ELGi diesel compressor as well as a fire-suppression system from sister company, FOGMAKER South Africa (Pty) Ltd, which will undoubtedly be the highlight on our stand at this year’s Bauma,” concludes Russell.        

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