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Screw Compressors

Concept Garage Equipment can supply all types of Air Compressors including Screw Driven Air Compressors for garages, workshops and MOT Bays. Mobile and Stationary Rotary Screw Compressors, Belt Driven from name brands such as ABAC to heavy-duty screw compressors up to 34 CFM for those garages that need the most output from their air compressor. If you are unsure what you will need for your workshop call us today on 0113 469 0572.

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  • Altair 1L oil suitable for all ABAC Air Compressor pistons

    Altair Piston Compressor Oil 1L suitable for ABAC pistons MPC 6215716300

    £36.74 +VAT
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  • ABAC SPINN D2.2 Screw Compressor mobile by Concept Garage Equipment

    Screw Compressor ABAC SPINN D2.2 90-200 Litre 3hp CFM 9.9

    £2,488.50£2,612.93 +VAT
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  • ABAC SPINN - No Dryer Screw Compressor by Concept Garage Equipment

    Screw Compressor ABAC SPINN C43 200-270 Litre 3-10hp CFM 10-34

    £2,780.99£4,211.94 +VAT
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A screw compressor is a type of positive displacement compressor that uses a pair of interlocking helical screws to compress the air to subsequently be dispelled.

They are commonly used in various industrial applications, including manufacturing, construction, automotive, and more. They come in different sizes and configurations, from small units used in workshops to large industrial systems.

Overall, screw compressors play a crucial role in many industries by providing a reliable source of compressed air for various applications that require consistent and controlled air pressure.

Screw Compressors work by drawing in air through an inlet and then trapping and reducing the volume of the air between the rotating screw elements. As the screws continue to rotate, the compressed air is pushed toward the discharge outlet, where it is released at a higher pressure.

Screw compressors are known for their efficiency, reliability, and ability to deliver a continuous and steady flow of compressed air.

Screw compressors offer advantages such as high efficiency, low noise levels, and minimal vibration compared to some other types of compressors. However, they require proper maintenance and monitoring to ensure optimal performance and longevity. Regular checks on oil levels (for oil-injected models), air filters, and cooling systems are important to keep the compressor running smoothly.