Central Compessors Services provide an emergency repair service for almost all makes and models of compressors. We repair Atlas Copco, CompAir, Hydrovane and Ingersoll rand compressors to neme just a few. We repair air compressors across London, Bedfordshire, Surrey, Kent, Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire.
Air Compressor Repair
Central compressors operate throughtout the Southeast and Central England. Our main site is sited in Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire where we stock over 150 new and used compressors. Our engineers cover Hertofrdshire, Bedfordsire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Cambridgeshire and London. In particular we have a high density of clients with air compressors in Park Royal, Stevenage, Watford, Luton, Oxford, Guilford, Slough, Farnborough, Reading, Swindon, Bedford, Hertford, Hemelhempstead, Ponders End and Brimsdown. Our engineers service all makes and model of air compressors including CompAir, Hydrovane, Atlas Copco, Ingersoll Rand, and HPC screw compressors. We can service piston compressors, screw compressors or Hydrovane compressors.
Air Compressor Servicing
New Ingersoll Rand T30, model 223 bare pump unit, 5cfm 3000psi (200bar), High pressure (15T2 or 15T4)
New CompAir L22RS, 22kW, 128cfm@7 Bar, 7-10 bar,
New CompAir L18 Air Station, 18kW, 100cfm@10 Bar,
New Hydrovane HV02, receiver mounted, 2.2kW, 8cfm, 10bar, 240v and 3 phase
New Hydrovane HV05, receiver mounted, 5kW, 25cfm, 10bar, 3 phase
New Hydrovane HV07, receiver mounted, 7.5kW, 35cfm, 10bar, 3 phase
Call 01707 390 888 for next day delivery
HV15RS, 25K hours approx - 15kW energy saving compressor from Hydrovane, ~75cfm
Atlas GX11 compressor, 11kW receiver mounted compressor .
Ingersoll Rand T30 compressor, pump unit only, Model 223, NEW
Other Available Compressors:
We hold a large stock of used air compressors at our Hertfordshire site in the UK. We also have facilities to recondition larger compressors such as the BroomWade V-major range.
More Used Compressors
We provide maintenance support on Vacuum Systems throught the local area. We also hold a variety of second hand vacuum pumps in stock at our Hertfordshire site.
Our installation engineers always look for cost effective ways to make your compressed air production more efficient. An excellent option is to capture the waste heat from the compressor If a suitable process can be identified. The waste heat is recovered form the oil circulating inside the compressor via an oil to water heat exchanger and then piped to the process in need of heat. This technology has significantly reduced payback periods and our customer's carbon footprints.
Why Choose A Varible Speed Drive Compressor?
Variable Speed Compressors
We are able to provide maintenance and repair for Air Conditioning systems throught Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
Most compressed air systems have common features. There is an air compressor to produce the air, a receiver/tank to store the air, drying and filtration to prepare the air for use, and pipe-work to distribute the air. There will also be oil water separators to treat the condensate leaving the air compressor, receiver, filters and dryer.
Fixed Speed Compressors
The air compressor will deliver a set flow rate of air, normally measured in cfm or m3/min, at a specific pressure (bar or psi). The compressor will maintain the pipework and air storage tanks in your system between two pressure limits. Fixed speed compressors have three conditions, on-load when they are producing air, off-load when they are not producing air and off when they are not used for a set period of time. This type of air compressor will remain on-load producing air until the tank and pipe-work reaches the desired pressure and then switch to light load. When running light load the air compressor produces no air and consumes less kW. The compressor will remain on light load until the system pressure drops to a specified minimum, at which point the compressor automatically cuts back in to get the system back up to pressure. If the system pressure does not reduce after a set period the compressor will automatically switch off.
Variable Speed Drive Compressors
Variable speed drive compressors do not have these three states; they will run at a variable speed to maintain the system at a set pressure. The faster they run the more air they produce and they only consume power in proportion to the air delivered. As a consequence of this operation variable speed drive compressors will often reduce electricity consumption by 30% or more, although it does depend on the specifics of the system.
We have a large range of receiver mounted compressors from 0.75 to 7kW; this includes low cost piston compressors and low noise screw and hydrovane compressors. Our Screw and Hydrovane compressors come with a 44'000 hour / 10 year warranty.
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