Inagas Feels the Need for Speed

Inagas Feels the Need for Speed
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Always at the forefront of gas filling technology to make sealed unit manufacturers’ lives easier, Inagas is pleased to announce the latest addition to its impressive array of machines, the SmartSpeed range.

Chris Kemp, Inagas Director says: “As the leading supplier of gas filling solutions, we listen to our customer’s requirements and deliver solutions to make their manufacturing processes easier.

The SmartSpeed range is no exception. It’s a single or twin line machine designed for on-line high speed Argon gas filling.

The internal IG pressure sensor automatically regulates the variable filling speed between 70-85 litres a minute, per line, to ensure a pressure balanced and accurate gas fill.

Features from the Smartfill range such as the SmartStart remote, Data logging and print feature are included as standard.

“The 250mm touch screen(s) on the SmartSpeed range shows a live display of the gas filling process and IG pressure. The screen also allows access via a protected pin code entry to the menu screen where settings such as gas fill percentage, data logging, overfill timer, pressure set points and calibration routine can be viewed and adjusted. To ensure a SmartSpeed-1 is future proofed there is also the option to upgrade to SmartSpeed-2 at a later date.

“We have a vast range of gas filling solutions available for all levels of production, but never rest on our laurels. We always want to offer our customers something new that could save them even more time and money. We are pleased to launch the SmartSpeed range to do just that and look forward to bringing more new machines to market very soon.”

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