Vertical compressor: stands the test.

A vertical compressor is always there: maybe in the corner, maybe in the middle of the floor, maybe backed to the wall or maybe to the side of another piece of equipment, but usually standing still and tall and, crucially, stationary.

Where you have an ongoing need for a power supply to operate something such as a huge production line, or a consistent feat of engineering, then the vertical compressor is the answer. Not suitable for outdoor use nor suitable where portable supplies are necessary, this compressor is a model for indoors and for supplying compressed air on a daily basis for repetitive work over a long period of time.  Given that it stands taller than it is wide then it also saves on space. Typically, a vertical compressor will give you long service and will easily yield a strong and reliable performance – even for very heavy duty work-load requirements, and is usually available with anti-vibration mounts.

For all those needing strength and reliability in a high production environment, and equally not wanting to use equipment that takes up too much room, consider a slim-fit straight up and down cylindrical vertical compressor to take the weight of your work load. It makes sense.

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