Atlas Copco UK is headquartered in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, and provides high quality compressors, industrial vacuum pumps, power tools and air, power and flow solutions, as well as service plans, through its business areas: Compressor Technique, Vacuum Technique, Industrial Technique and Power Technique. Founded in 1919, the UK customer centre is the oldest Atlas Copco customer centre in continuous operation, outside Scandinavia. The customer centre in the UK is headquartered in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, and consists of four divisions: Compressors and Vacuum, Industrial Technique, and Power Technique
The Compressor Technique business area in the UK specialises in the sales, marketing, distribution, and maintenance of air compressors and industrial gas equipment. More than 50 sales engineers, product and technical support engineers, as well as customer support take good care of UK customers when it comes to buying air compressors and gas equipment and their aftermarket service and maintenance. The operations are supported by a network of reliable distributors throughout the country. A dedicated team of engineers in our service division works together with distributors, so that more than 200 service engineers can ensure 24/7 service and parts support for any brand of compressed air installation on any UK site.
Atlas Copco UK is the home of a world class engineering competence centre, Systems Hemel Hempstead, which specialises in the design and assembly of custom-made compressed air and nitrogen generation packages and modules. Atlas Copco Compressors supports UK industry, not only by providing high quality air products, but also by employing diverse people with both engineering and non-engineering backgrounds and ensuring their continuous training and development, unique career opportunities and attractive working conditions.
In the UK, Atlas Copco’s Power Technique offers a core portfolio of products including portable compressors, generators, light towers and pumps along with dedicated construction products including handheld pneumatic, electric and hydraulic tools. In addition, it continues to provide products and customised solutions for drilling, oil and gas and geothermal exploration applications, among many others. Working in partnership with a dealer network, the Power Technique business area operates a dedicated service division to ensure customers get the most from their Atlas Copco products.
You have been in, sat on, or used something that was assembled using Atlas Copco tools! Whether you build vehicles, aircraft, appliances, electronics or work in tough environments where cutting, bending and shaping of metal is required - as the leading manufacturer of innovative tooling and assembly solutions we can add value. We are at the forefront of Industry 4.0, and our vision of Smart Connected Assembly is leading the way as new challenges, opportunities and innovations emerge. We have an extensive product portfolio consisting of electric, pneumatic and cordless transducerised assembly tools, supported by industry leading controllers and software, guaranteed to enhance your quality assurance. And our range of pneumatic grinders, sanders, drills, chipping hammers and riveting systems deliver high quality and reliability in the hardest working conditions.
Manufacturing of vacuum pumps for industrial applications, such as chemical process industries, food packaging and paper handling, is another business area of Atlas Copco. Our variable speed drive vacuum pumps revolutionised the market delivering exceptional energy savings and efficiency improvements. Our complete range includes both dry and oil-sealed liquid ring, rotary screw, piston, vane, claw and vacuum booster pumps, as well as associated vacuum service and spare parts. . The vacuum equipment we produce is ISO certified and approved by the Carbon Trust.
Atlas Copco Compressors is your intelligent supplier for energy efficient air compressors, spare parts and service in the United Kingdom. Our compressed air systems and industrial gas installations save British industry millions of kWh of electricity every year.