You’ll find air compressors used in a wide range of situations—from corner gas stations to major manufacturing plants. And, more and more, air compressors are finding their way into home workshops, basements and garages. Models sized to handle every job, from inflating pool toys to powering tools such as nail guns, sanders, drills, impact wrenches, staplers and spray guns are now available through local home centers, tool dealers and mail-order catalogs.
The big advantage of air power is that each tool doesn’t need its own bulky motor. Instead, a single motor on the compressor converts the electrical energy into kinetic energy. This makes for light, compact, easyto-handle tools that run quietly and have fewer parts that wear out.
Each compressor type is designed for low maintenance in its field of operation, ensuring long intervals between servicing and easy access for technicians.
Compressor types offering oil-less, oil-free, and oil-lubricated design give you full control over gas purity levels. That extends all the way to the stringent ISO class-zero standard.
Thanks to proven piston-compression design, our equipment provides high reliability in your operation. Towards that goal, we draw from years of experience in air.
Belt driven proffesional and industrial piston compressors
Oil free professional direct driven compressors
Oil free industrial direct driven compressors
Oil free clinic direct driven compressors
Direct driven compressors
Belt driven professional silent piston compressors