Compressed air is often known as the fourth utility because it’s so important to all types of manufacturing,” explains Jon Sprunk, Great Plains District General Manager for Ingersoll Rand Compression Technologies and Services.
When Sprunk was asked to describe a few applications of air compression technology, he mentioned that compressed air runs hammers, saws, pumps, conveyor belts, and automation equipment in manufacturing plants. In the transportation industry, railroads conserve fuel by using compressed air to pump up air tanks in the brakes before trains take off. Sprunk has been with Ingersoll Rand since 2000, and today he manages a division that sells, installs, and services air compression equipment throughout Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and northwestern Wisconsin.
“We’re all about sustainability and helping companies build their products as efficiently as possible,” Sprunk says. “Ingersoll Rand offers complete solutions from design to implementation, including full turnkey installations. We tailor our services to meet the needs of each customer and handle the project from start to finish. We even do custom fabrication of buildings for our air compressor equipment.”
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