Innovations TV to Include EMAX Industrial Compressor Manufacturing in Upcoming Episode

(PRWEB) June 10, 2016

Innovations with Ed Begley Jr., announced today that it will feature EMAX Industrial Compressor Manufacturing (Division of Airbase Industries) in an upcoming episode, airing fourth quarter 2016 via Discovery Channel. Dates and show times TBA.

EMAX Industrial Compressors provides a wide selection of top quality air compressors and parts including piston air, rotary screw, and high horsepower industrial air compressors. In this segment, audiences will learn about EMAX USA, a division of Airbase Industries, which is solely owned and operated in America. The company proudly provides jobs for 23 employees.

Audiences will learn about EMAX USA’s goal to build a quality product, with little to no Import components from Asia. Instead, Rotary Screw compressors and Air Dryers use Industrial quality parts that are German, Italian, and American made. EMAX USA makes quality its number one priority in order to achieve its goal to be one of the top compressor manufacturers in the world.

“On Behalf of Airbase Industries and EMAX Industrial compressor products, we are grateful and honored to be selected as a featured manufacturer by the Innovations TV series. Out of the thousands of possible candidates we’re proud that our new patent pending line of “Silent Air” Industrial Compressors was selected as a featured product on the Innovations series and demonstrates that ALL air compressors should be “seen rather than heard” in the workplace,” said Matt Cain, CFO/President of Airbase Industries & EMAX Compressor.

“The EMAX name is synonymous with American-made products,” said Eric Buckley, Producer for the Innovations TV Series. “We are honored to educate the public on the amazing things they’re doing for the American workforce.”

DMG Productions (responsible for creating the Innovations show) includes personnel specialized in various fields from agriculture to medicine, independent films to regional news and more. Field producers work closely with experts in the field to develop stories. This powerful force enables DMG to consistently produce commercial-free, educational programming that both viewers and networks depend on.