Lasers are used in industrial production with high success. Some of the advancements in processing industry would not be possible without lasers. Carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers are among the oldest gas-based lasers. The long lasting legacy of carbon dioxide (CO2) has ensured that their costs remain extremely attractive compared to competing lasers. These lasers continue to command market share on account of their high, continuous power wave operations. They are known for their superior power conversion efficiency, and values in the range of 30% have been recorded. This makes them suitable for sensitive applications such as medicine, as well as demanding applications such as industrial cutting and welding.
Most businesses rely on Air Operated Double Diaphragm (AODD) pumps as they tend to be general workhorse devices used in transfer applications. They are used in a wide range of industries to handle different materials such as chemicals, crude oil, mining, food, beverage, paints and many more. These pumps use reciprocating diaphragms to pump fluid. Since AODD pumps are essentially leak-free, having only stationary seals between the wetted parts and outside environment, leakage can only occur if the diaphragms fail.
The worldwide beverage cans Industry is projected to reach $32 Billion by 2026 at a CAGR of over 5.0% from 2021. Reasons for this demand are due to aluminum cans offering a full range of benefits: easy to form, resist corrosion, lightweight, stackable and strong. Aluminum is a sustainable packaging option due to its recyclability. Further, the aluminum body allows for different graphic designs to grab greater customer attention.
The global demand for rotary scroll compressor is expected to cross $14 Billion by 2026. In the past 10 years, they have become a major player in compressed air, previously dominated by reciprocating screw compressors. The compressors are used in variety of applications including chemical, pharmaceutical, food & beverage, laboratory, and medical, and provides benefits such as improved efficiency, fewer moving parts, smooth and quiet operation, and a smaller and cleaner work space.
A compressor is a mechanical device that increases the pressure of air by reducing its volume. It takes air from one end, compresses this air to high pressure and then delivers it at the other end for various applications or some mechanical work. Industrial Air Compressors are used in various industries including general industrial, chemicals, food and beverage, oil and gas, power generation and life science.
The different compressor types are rotary, reciprocating and centrifugal. Rotary compressors constitute almost 60% of the overall market.