|Max Working Pressure||220 PSI (15 Bar)|
|Max Working Temperature||-4 Deg F - 176 Deb F (100% Duty)|
The new SimplAir piping system from Ingersoll Rand uses marine-grade aluminum pipes to efficiently distribute leak-free supplies of high-flow compressed air and other inert gasses and support vacuum systems as well. For lower cost, higher performance, easier installation, and less maintenance than systems made of competing materials, the Simplair piping system is the best choice.
Lowers Cost Of Ownership
The Simplair® piping system’s high-quality, marine-grade aluminum construction delivers cost savings at all stages of ownership. Significantly lighter weight than competing steel systems, Simplair® is the more economical choice at the time of purchase. Quick-connect fittings combine with lightweight piping without the need for expensive tools or trained installers, so assembly is faster and costs less. The Simplair® system’s pipes are stronger than plastic and more corrosion resistant than steel and its leak-free fittings reduce the need for routine maintenance and lower the likelihood of unexpected repairs. These features combine to create a superior piping design that maximizes system efficiency for the lowest total cost of ownership.
Minimizes Contamination And Turbulence
A piping system with cleaner interior surfaces helps promote the smooth, laminar flow of the fluid it transports, reducing turbulence and associated pressure losses. The Simplair® system’s marine-grade aluminum construction provides superior corrosion resistance to keep pipe interior surfaces free of the oxidation-based contamination that can occur with steel systems — contamination that can not only cause turbulence and pressure loss, but also cause problems if corrosion-related debris enters sensitive equipment.
Provides Solutions For Virtually Any Need
Simplair® piping is available in a wide range of outer diameter sizes from 3/4" to 8" (20 mm to 220 mm) to serve nearly any application. High-quality, all-metal, easy-to-install fittings make it easy for users to design and construct their own systems without the need for professional installers.