Sunday, July 5, 2015

Why The Ingersoll Rand ST1000 Is The Best Starter

Ingersoll Rand has been a market leader in air starters for a long time. They have a reputation for quality and reliability throughout their product line, and as a result are the chosen suppliers for a number of large OEM engine builders including Caterpillar, EMD, and others. This reputation sets them apart from the competition, and it also means that when they announce a new starter in the line many people are eager to hear about it.

With the new ST1000 series turbine air starters, Ingersoll Rand decided to go all out with their engineering to find the most durable, bulletproof, and reliable design that they could. The result of that quest has been quite impressive to say the least. The Ingersoll Rand ST1000 brings efficiency and power to new levels, and features a simple design and an incredible patent pending solid aluminum rotor that won’t clog up with particles or debris, and an integral slip clutch that eliminates shock-loading and provides better long-term protection. Additionally, the powerful 70hp turbine motor requires no external lubrication and offers users with best in class levels of efficiency.

Ingersoll Rand ST1000 Series starters are ideal for harsh environments and difficult starting. Their engineers put the ST1000 Series through rigorous field and lab testing in order to ensure the starters would continue to perform without fail in any condition. They use a proprietary wear-resistant coating to deliver outstanding resistance to environmental contaminations. They even went as far as to fill an ST1000 with steel shot and try to start it..... and it still worked!

If you are in need of an air starter or if you already have an existing starter that you would consider upgrading, the ST1000 is the starter to choose without a doubt. Even if you have an Ingersoll Rand starter already on your engine, the ST1000 is still an excellent way to improve your starting performance, reliability, and efficiency.

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