We set the industry standard with innovative solutions including super-efficient variable speed driven air compressors, Class 0 oil-free compressors, energy saving blowers, Smartlink monitoring systems , aluminium and stainless steel compressed air pipework, nitrogen and oxygen generators, as well as spare parts and service for all rotating equipment.
Atlas Copco’s service engineers will be on call to provide service outside of normal working hours to support you with any compressed air or vacuum system breakdown needs during the festive period. You can contact us at any time on 0845 60 50 630. Please have the following information to hand: Compressor type; Serial number; Description of fault. N.B. Our Compressor Service & Planning Office will be open as usual from 8am to 5pm Monday-Friday, apart from on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and 1st January. Our Compressor Sales Office is closed from 5pm December 21st to 8am January 2nd.
There could be a number of pressure/flow variants within each air compressor kW category. E.g. Atlas Copco has four models in the 11 kW range that represent a 30% differential in flow rate (from 28.7 l/s to 35.8 l/s at 7 bar.g) and over 32% difference in the unit’s purchase price! So the question becomes how do you choose or size a compressor? Which air compressor is right for your business? Which air compressor supplier should I choose?
Modern compressed air equipment, when correctly matched in terms of compressor pressure and flow to process demands, can offer reduced specific energy requirements, improved productivity, and lower lifecycle costs. Their enhanced performance may allow a lower kW rated machine to be specified at a correspondingly smaller purchase price and reduced running costs in comparison to higher rated equipment. It pays to apply a few essential rules when choosing a new compressor:
Air leaks, overdue servicing, inefficient running are all problems that face compressed air users everywhere. And though you may feel your installation is in good condition, you'd be surprised to find out what a trained eye can spot. Watch this video to find out why you should have an #airCHECK.