Wine enthusiasts will unite in Santa Rosa, California, on Thursday, December 5, for the 8th annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo, Trade Show and Conference (WIN Expo) held at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. In show booths 234 and 236 at the Gallo Glass (Grace) Pavilion, staff from Atlas Copco Compressors will focus on solutions that help drive efficient, safe, and sustainable wine production.
The solutions range from the nitrogen generators and air compressors being used on the production side, vacuum solutions that drive the packaging and distribution of the product, and low-pressure air solutions used in wastewater treatment and conveyancing.
“We are very proud to be a supplier to vineyards across the country, and this is a show we have always enjoyed immensely,” said Paul Humphreys, vice president communications for Atlas Copco Compressors. “This is perhaps not the first industry you think of when it comes to the importance of industrial gases, but compressed air and nitrogen are crucial to the wine-making process. Quality can never be compromised, and it must be pursued while ensuring efficiency and ultimately the competitiveness of domestic wine. All of this is essential to the industry’s continued growth.”
Atlas Copco will highlight its NGP+ on-site nitrogen generator, which offers customers 95% to 99.999% nitrogen purity to meet the quality requirements of making the very best wine. Having an on-site nitrogen generator eliminates the need for constantly buying bottled nitrogen, and the NGP+ can reduce running costs by up to 50% when compared to other nitrogen generators. Most customers see a return on investment in two years or less.
Attendees to the show will be able to pick up a whitepaper summarizing the benefits of on-site nitrogen production. The P.R.I.C.E benefits of on-site nitrogen focusses on purity, reducing waste, increased safety, cost savings and improving the environment.
Interested in learning more about the NGP+ and Atlas Copco’s suite of products? Please contact Erin Heaney (firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule an in-person interview during the show or to request follow-up information.