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Rugged reliability in the field? It has to be Robuschi.

Posted November 25, 2019 For more updates why not follow us on Linkedin?


When it has to be right…it has to be Robuschi. This rotary lobe positive displacement blower was fitted by our air compressor engineers in Perthshire as part of a Robuschi tri-lobe RPD air blower package. Designed to convey gas at low pressure, its sturdy design, high durability and ease of... [Details]


SCR compressors reduced in price for 2020!

Posted November 20, 2019 For more updates why not follow us on Linkedin?


Newsflash! Let Gary at EDC Compressors make you an offer you can’t refuse. SCR compressors are reducing prices by around 10-15% across most of the range in 2020.  Due to the well-known and respected Japanese company Anest Iwata becoming the majority shareholder in SCR, (and providing increased capital investment) and... [Details]


Everything you wanted to know about the 'H' series

Posted November 08, 2019 For more updates why not follow us on Linkedin?


SCR'S 'H' SERIES : TWO STAGE HIGH OUTPUT SCREW COMPRESSOR. WE COULD TELL YOU ABOUT THE FULL COLOUR TOUCHSCREEN CONTROLLER, IE3 PREMIUM EFFICIENCY MOTOR, 1:1 DIRECT DRIVE, 30% OVERSIZED COOLER AND SEPARATOR (AVAILABLE AS FIXED OR VARIABLE SPEED)...OR WE COULD JUST SHOW YOU. [Details]


SCR: BUILD QUALITY AND PRICES YOU'LL BE BLOWN AWAY BY

Posted November 07, 2019 For more updates why not follow us on Linkedin?


Take a quick tour of the features and benefits of SCR compressors...then discover they're reducing their prices by 10-15% in 2020. With an unrivalled build quality which includes Siemens components and German KTR couplings, SCR has designed top spec ultra high-efficiency compressors - the EPM range. These innovative units allow customers... [Details]


Air-Tech 2020: the future of compressors

Posted October 28, 2019 For more updates why not follow us on Linkedin?


SCR Air and EDC Air Compressors will be attending the prestigious Air-Tech 2020 exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham from April 21-23rd next year (it'll be here before you know it). An insightful and always interesting exhibition, it's an essential diary date  for anyone involved in the air compressor industry.... [Details]


The Black Beauty of blowers

Posted October 23, 2019 For more updates why not follow us on Linkedin?


Black Beauty – this new Hibon NX3 bare shaft blower is off to its new home, aerating waste water. EDC compressor engineers will be installing the 5.5kW unit (which comes with a large capacity oil sump and is interchangeable with the previous range SNH-SNV blowers) this week. Hibbon is just... [Details]


Why buy a used air compressor?

Posted October 22, 2019 For more updates why not follow us on Linkedin?


Just as with a car, when you install your new compressor it's already depreciated in value. Don't pay 'as new' prices when a much smaller budget can get you the air compressor you require. EDC Air Compressors sells new compressors. We maintain them, conduct leak detection surveys on them, hire them...... [Details]


Keep your condensate kosher.

Posted October 14, 2019 For more updates why not follow us on Linkedin?


It’s commonly known that compressing air causes condensation. What’s not commonly known is that this condensate (from oil-injected compressors) is classified as hazardous industrial waste, due to the degraded lubricating oil it contains. To protect the environment, it must be discharged in accordance with statutory regulations… or it’s considered pollution... [Details]


Bringing home the Barattis!

Posted October 10, 2019 For more updates why not follow us on Linkedin?


The Barattis have landed! A water treatment works took delivery of their two refurbished Baratti blowers today. Post refurb the units were reinstalled by our EDC Air Compressor engineers. These units are gainfully employed in tank aeration, but irrespective of your blower application (dust extraction, drying, filter rinsing, gas stirring,... [Details]


Handle a Hibon? No problem!

Posted October 09, 2019 For more updates why not follow us on Linkedin?


When the heat's on, Hibon can handle it. Despite being exposed to excessive heat this Ingersoll Rand Hibon blower still managed to come back revitalised after a full refurb. EDC Air compressors fitted new bearings, seals and piston rings (excessive heat can cause piston rings to become brittle) then sprayed... [Details]