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ELGi EG PM oil-lubricated screw compressors to deliver class-leading lifecycle value

ELGi EG PM oil-lubricated screw compressors to deliver class-leading lifecycle value

Elgi Equipments (BSE: 522074 NSE: ELGIEQUIP), one of the world’s leading air compressor manufacturers, has announced an upgrade to the EG Series range with the introduction of the EG PM (Permanent Magnet) oil-lubricated screw air compressors available from 11- 45 kW. The state-of-the-art EG PM is poised to deliver up to 15% improved efficiency gains, aside from an incremental FAD or free air delivery of 16% for every customer. The EG PM series is tailored to deliver superior performance and energy efficiency, providing unmatched life cycle value across varying load capacities, even at 100% load conditions, unlike many compressors that operate below 80% load capacity.  

"At ELGi, our commitment to 'Always Better' drives us to constantly improve our products, maximizing efficiency and dependability to lower lifecycle expenses and lessen the environmental footprint of our customers' operations," stated Bhavesh Karia, President ISAAME and SEA, Elgi Equipments Ltd. "Designed for a broad section of the manufacturing industry, the EG PM Series spans the 11 to 45 kW range, offering significant energy savings and decreased carbon emissions right away."

The new EG PM range comes with ELGi’s superior warranty* package, which includes a 10-year warranty on the airend, five years on other compressor components, three years on the VFD, and one year on electrical and rubber parts.

"Our extended warranty demonstrates the dependability of our products and offers our customers extra peace of mind," explained Bhavesh Karia, President ISAAME and SEA, Elgi Equipments Ltd. "With our thorough warranty coverage and broad channel partner network, we guarantee proximity to our customers, ensuring swift and effective service responses. This approach helps maintain the industry's best uptime and minimizes lifecycle costs."