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Sullair Expands LS Series Industrial Air Compressors with Addition of Higher Powered LS190-260

Sullair, an industry leader in innovative compressed air solutions since 1965, announced the expansion of the popular and highly efficient LS Series lubricated rotary screw industrial air compressors with the release of higher powered LS190-260 Series models.

Building on the legacy and design of the original LS90-160 (90-160 kilowatt) compressors, the expanded LS190-260 Series brings 190-260 kilowatts of compressed air power with the same features customers have come to expect. All LS models feature a redesigned, highly efficient single stage air end, machined in Michigan City. and optional Sullair-exclusive Electronic Spiral Valve Technology that helps match compressed air supply to demand. Added features include the easy-to-use 10” color touch screen controller, super premium TEFC motor (fixed speed and Electronic Spiral Valve models) and easy-to-service design. Like earlier models the LS190-260 Series offers customers lower total cost of ownership while being easily serviceable. And the robust Sullair Touch Screen controller provides the ability to sequence up to 16 compressors, providing ultimate control and flexibility.

“The LS190-260 Series was designed and built based on direct customer feedback and demand,” said Peter Modrow, Sullair Senior Product Manager. “Our customers have been anxiously waiting for a higher-powered LS Series compressor and we are thrilled to bring this next generation to market.”

The Sullair LS190-260 Series air compressors are used in general manufacturing, steel production, power generation, mining and more.

The LS Series will be featured at the Sullair and Hitachi stand #D44 during the 2023 ComVac exhibition in Hannover, Germany April 17-21, 2023.

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