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Stationary Air Compressors

Concept Garage Equipment can supply all types of Air Compressors including Stationary Air Compressors for garages, workshops and MOT Bays. From Small petrol compressors from name brands such as ABAC to heavy-duty piston compressors for those garages that need the best and most robust solution 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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  • PRO A39B 150 FM3 ABAC Air Compressor

    Air Compressor ABAC PRO A39B 150 FM3 Belt Drive 150 Litre 3hp CFM 10.1

    £614.60 +VAT
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  • PRO A39B 200 FM3 ABAC Air Compressor

    Air Compressor ABAC PRO A39B 200 FM3 Belt Drive 200 Litre 3hp CFM 10.1

    £646.80 +VAT
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  • Pro B5900B 200 FT5.5 Front ABAC Air Compressor

    Air Compressor ABAC PRO B5900B 200 FT5.5 Belt Drive 200 Litre 5.5hp CFM 17.7

    £907.85 +VAT
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  • PRO A39 270 FM3 Tandem Front ABAC Air Compressor

    Air Compressor ABAC PRO A39 270 FM3 Tandem Belt Drive 270 Litre 3 + 3hp CFM 20.2

    £1,655.35 +VAT
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  • Pro B7000 270 FT10 Front ABAC Air Compressor

    Air Compressor ABAC PRO B7000 270 FT10 (YD) Belt Drive 270 Litre 10hp CFM 33.9

    £1,716.30 +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

    £2,648.56£4,011.37 +VAT
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A stationary air compressor is a type of mechanical device that generates and stores compressed air for various industrial applications. Unlike portable air compressors, which are designed to be easily moved and transported, usually on 2 or 4 wheels, stationary air compressors are permanently installed in a fixed location, such as a workshop, garage, factory, or other industrial setting.

Stationary air compressors are typically larger and more powerful than portable ones, allowing them to deliver higher volumes of compressed air at greater pressure levels. They are commonly used for tasks such as operating pneumatic tools (e.g., impact wrenches, nail guns, paint sprayers), powering industrial machinery, providing air for HVAC systems, and other applications that require a consistent and reliable source of compressed air.

For larger garages with fixed garage equipment, a stationary air compressor gives a stable, fixed unit that can be piped into place permanently, higher pressure output and consistent quality compressed air for tools, lifts, tyre changers, paint sprayers and other equipment.

Portable and stationary air compressors serve distinct purposes in various settings:

  • Portable air compressors are designed for mobility, making them suitable for tasks that require flexibility and the ability to move around different work areas. They are often used in construction, motor vehicle repair, and DIY projects, where users need to operate pneumatic tools in different locations. Portable compressors are compact, lightweight, and easy to transport, providing a convenient source of compressed air on the go.
  • Stationary air compressors are permanently installed in a fixed location and are typically larger and more powerful than portable models. They are ideal for industrial, commercial, and manufacturing applications where a consistent and high volume of compressed air is needed for extended periods. Stationary compressors can handle more demanding tasks and provide a reliable source of compressed air for powering machinery, HVAC systems, and other industrial processes.

The choice between portable and stationary air compressors depends on factors like mobility requirements, the scale of the application, and the need for continuous compressed air supply.