Atlas Copco is a world leader in the supply of industrial products including compressed air and gas equipment, generators, construction and mining equipment, industrial tools and assembly systems. Atlas Copco is a Swedish Company that was established in 1873. Atlas Copco produces a wide variety of different sizes and types of air compressors including both stationary and portable.

Atlas Copco air compressors are among the most efficient in the world. Atlas Copco compressors feature VSD or variable speed drive control. VSD is the most efficient way to operate a compressor. Atlas Copco knows that industrial air compressors are used for a variety of purposes and are rarely operated continuously at full load. This results in added energy costs. VSD compressors operate at a 30-50% savings over conventional compressors.

The GX Series of stationary compressors feature Atlas Copco's industrial rotary screw technology. Benefits of rotary screw technology include optimum performance, high reliability, long lifetime, and reduced maintenance. The GX Series is available with motors of 7.5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 horsepower.

The GA and GR series are lubricated stationary compressors with higher output than the GX series. They incorporate the latest advancements in air compressor and microprocessor technology.

Atlas Copco manufactures several lines of oil-free compressors such as the ZR series of water cooled compressors and the air cooled ZT series compressors. Atlas Copco's SF series is the latest innovation in small rotary scroll air compressors. They are designed for 24 hour operation. Atlas Copco's L Series are reciprocating air compressors. Atlas Copco's oil free compressors offer reduced maintenance costs over their oil-fed competitors.

Atlas Copco produces portable air compressors in its XA and XR lines. The portable compressors come in a variety of sizes and outputs. They feature Deutz and Caterpillar engines. They are designed with Atlas Copco's oil-injected rotary screw design.

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