The compact size hydraulic compressor is several times smaller than a trailer-mounted compressor with equivalent output. It is a compact unit for continual mobile use for e.g. mining machines, drilling rigs and excavators.
For demanding and continuous use
Easy to use
Saves time, space and resources
Easy installation on all hydraulic systems
Always on-board since integrated into the machine
No secondary diesel engine
Small carbon footprint
Two-year or 2000 hour warranty
In addition to the output from 400 l/min up to 7500 l/min, the hydraulic compressor has useful features.
Up to 13 bar pressure.
High air pressure models available
Low hydraulic pressure models available
Compact all-in-one structure
Robust and durable structure
Excellent power-to-size ratio
Low operating sound due to silent hydraulic motor
Additional hose reel available
Additional high-performance filters for extreme conditions
Additional separate air container available
Powering pneumatic tools
How Does the Hydraulic Rotary Vane Compressor Work?
The hydraulic compressor utilizes a machine’s, vehicle’s or vessel’s hydraulic system as power source to produce air flow.
Hydraulic oil flow is led to the hydraulic compressor’s integrated hydraulic motor through the pressure line
The hydraulic compressor converts the hydraulic oil flow and pressure into compressed air
The hydraulic oil is led back to carrier machine’s hydraulic oil tank through the return line
A stator, vanes and a rotor together form air compression by the reduction in volume of the compression chambers during rotation. The rotor is driven by a hydraulic motor.
The compressor can run continuously without stopping. The compressor will be on idle run when it does not produce air flow.