Ingersoll Rand Launches Full Line of ARO® Electronic Interface Diaphragm Pumps

Ingersoll Rand, a world leader in creating and sustaining safe, comfortable and efficient environments, has launched a full range of ARO electronic interface air operated diaphragm pumps. The new product line expands the existing Ingersoll Rand ARO EXP and Compact Series pump portfolios to include installed sensors and controls for enhanced fluid handling control and safety.

ARO electronic interface pumps from Ingersoll Rand offer accurate, electronically controlled dosing for paint formulation, automated car wash, commercial laundry, chemical processing and printing applications. ARO electronic interface pumps can be configured to order with solenoid actuation and several feedback sensors for enhanced safety and control, e.g., leak detection and stroke monitoring. The pumps’ ATEX configurations, as well as multiple voltage options, are available to help meet the compliance and electrical requirements of certain applications.

“Today’s process and industrial environments are highly automated and controlled. These applications demand a higher level of control interfacing with pumping applications,” said Oakley Roberts, director of ARO fluid products at Ingersoll Rand. “Our EXP pump platform offers customers a low total cost of ownership, and enhanced control features continue to allow our customers to optimize their fluid handling processes.”

The ARO electronic interface pumps are available in a variety of construction materials and solenoid options and can be tailored to most processes or applications.

“We are excited to offer our customers a full range of integrated solenoids, stroke monitoring, cycle sensing and leak detection options,” said Ken Boyce, ARO diaphragm pump product manager for Ingersoll Rand. “Customers can easily connect to our pump with their existing control systems to operate and monitor their ARO pump.”

The ARO electronic interface pumps are offered in a wide range of port sizes: 3/8″, ½″ and ¾″ Compact Series pumps, and 1″, 1.5″, 2″ and 3″ EXP Series air operated diaphragm pumps. To learn more about the ARO electronic interface pumps, visit

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