The packaging industry produces packages used to protect, ship, and store a wide range of goods. Some of the most common packaging materials today are paper-based, rigid plastics, metal, flexible plastics, and glass packaging. Due to its safety and reliability, the packaging industry finds air compressors essential to an operation.

There are some processes in the packaging industry that require compressed air. Here are a few examples:

Overall, air compressors are commonly used in packaging systems to automate and streamline various packaging processes, improve efficiency, and reduce labor costs.

The award-winning NxHE Series offers several benefits over a traditional single-stage air compressor. Power efficiency has been maximized with FS-Curtis’ exclusive profile air end,   centrifugal fan, and generously sized components. The NxHE Series exclusively features eCool™ Technology, which protects critical components from compressor-generated heat, thereby extending component life and reducing downtime. This state-of-the-art technology also boasts the lowest life-cycle cost of any compressor on the market. When compared to a single stage compressor, the two-stage compressor can save you energy costs per year.

Click here to learn more about how the NxHE Series can save you money or contact us to set up a walkthrough of your compressed air system.

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