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Old 05-09-2005, 12:00:19 PM
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I got a link to this through the company I work at. It is a web page showing over 100 years of Ingersol Rand compressor publications Compressed Air. It is all in PDF format and has an excellent search engine. There are thousands of articles on engines and compressors and installations. If nothing else it is very interesting to search on key words and to browse through. You have to sign up but it is free and worth looking through. This is the website. Have fun
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I have an IR Model A compressor and would like to find what I can on it. I am not very good at this and get 1080 hits. How can I search an little smarter.

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I just tried a search using quotation marks ("Model A") and got a reasonable 33 hits. Some of them referred to the Model A Ford but others to the compressor.

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