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Petrol Air Compressors

Concept Garage Equipment can supply all types of Air Compressors including Petrol Air Compressors for garages, workshops and MOT Bays. Including the impressive heavy-duty engineAIR petrol air compressors from name brands ABAC for those garages that need high CFM and lots of horsepower for constant use. If you are unsure what you will need for your workshop call us today on 0113 469 0572.

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  • 1121440110 engineAIR 5-50 10 Petrol ABAC Air Compressor

    Air Compressor ABAC engineAIR 5/50 10 Petrol 50 Litre 4.8hp CFM 14.5

    £1,214.63 +VAT
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  • 1121440112 engineAIR 5-100 10 Petrol ABAC Air Compressor

    Air Compressor ABAC engineAIR 5/100 10 Petrol 100 Litre 4.8hp CFM 14.5

    £1,303.50 +VAT
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  • 1121440113 engineAIR 5-200 10 Petrol ABAC Air Compressor

    Air Compressor ABAC engineAIR 5/200 10 Petrol 200 Litre 4.8hp CFM 14.5

    £1,422.00 +VAT
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Petrol air compressors are heavy-duty, powerful air compressors that are powered by a petrol (gasoline) engine rather than being electrically powered. 

These compressors use an internal combustion engine to drive the compression process and generate compressed air.

Petrol air compressors are particularly useful in situations where electrical power sources may be limited or unavailable, such as remote job sites, construction sites, outdoor events, and other outdoor applications.

For garages or mobile car mechanics, these can be a perfect way to get a self-powered compressed air machine on the move, with no need for an external electric power supply.

  • Portability: Petrol air compressors are highly portable and can be easily moved to different locations, making them suitable for tasks that require mobility and flexibility.
  • Versatility: Due to their mobility and independence from electrical outlets, petrol air compressors can be used in a wide range of applications, including powering pneumatic tools, inflating tyres, operating spray guns and other machinery.
  • Remote Usage: These compressors are well-suited for remote or off-grid locations where access to electricity may be limited. As well as car mechanics, they are also often used in construction, agriculture, and emergency situations.
  • Powerful Performance: Petrol engines can provide high levels of power and performance, allowing petrol air compressors to deliver significant airflow and pressure, making them suitable for demanding tasks.

When choosing a petrol air compressor, factors such as the required airflow, pressure, tank size, and intended use should be considered. It's also essential to follow safety guidelines and maintain the compressor and engine according to the manufacturer's recommendations to ensure safe and efficient operation.

Whilst these are a very flexible and versatile form of compressed air delivery, there are some considerations to take into account:

  • Maintenance: Similar to other internal combustion engines, petrol air compressors require regular maintenance, including oil changes, filter replacements, and spark plug checks, to ensure optimal performance and longevity.
  • Noise and Emissions: Petrol engines can generate noise and produce exhaust emissions, so it's important to consider noise levels and environmental factors when using petrol air compressors, especially in residential or noise-sensitive areas.
  • Fuel Safety: of course since these run on petrol, safety must be considered first, fuel spillages or any leaks or issues with the air compressor must be dealt with immediately to remove any risk to individuals using the compressor as well as to the vehicles and premises where they are being used.