Ingersoll Rand unveiled its new MSG TURBO-AIR NX 5000, an oil-free air and nitrogen compressor that provides manufacturers and producers improved total cost of ownership through optimized energy efficiency and operational flexibility, it says. The compressor generates 100% oil-free air or nitrogen that meets IS0 8573-1 standards. The equipment’s long life, easy maintenance and ability to adapt to a wide span of air capacity requirements make the TURBO-AIR NX 5000 a fit for instrument and process applications in food and beverage, pulp, paper and textile production and more. Additionally, the centrifugal compressor generates oil-free air 5% more efficiently than past models, enabling users to more quickly see a return on their investment. Built on a time-tested design, the TURBO-AIR NX 5000 is rated for powers from 600 kW to 1,050 kW (800–1,400 hp) with flows from 125 to 210 m3/min (4,500–7,500 CFM) and pressures from 2.5 to 14.5 barg (35-210 psig). The innovative design features a 35% turndown range, driving energy efficiency and flexible operations. 

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