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A Trusted Supplier of Reciprocating Air Compressors

Reciprocating air compressors make use of pistons driven by a crankshaft to deliver
gases at a high pressure. With the ability to produce up to 5,000 pounds per square
inch gauge, these machines are perfect for smaller sites but are not recommended
for continuous use.

Get Reciprocating Compressors From Compresstech

At Compresstech Resources, Inc., we supply Filipinos with reliable and energy-efficient compressed air systems and customize each of the
solutions we provide by noting down all our clients’ needs and preferences. Whether you require design and consultation, air audits, or
preventive maintenance programs, you can be sure that our team can assist you. We also offer lubrication equipment, fluid handling pumps,
air tools, and other related accessories.

Model Specifications

  • 3-25Hp (2.2-18Kw)
  • 980 RPM Working Pressure 175psig
  • 460 kgs (Shipping Weight)


Model Specifications

  • High Quality Single-Stage Reciprocating Compressor
  • Industrial Cast Iron Construction
  • Single-Phase or 3-Phase Motor, 2, 3, or 5Hp (1.5, 2.2, 4Kw)
  • 135 psi Max Design Pressure
  • Available Also with Engine Drive


Model Specifications

  • Built Strong To Last Long
  • Prominent Quality Single-Stage Compressor
  • ISO9001 Accredited by the England & USA Dutch Council In 2000
  • Single-Phase or 3-Phase Motor, 2-20Hp (1.5-15Kw)
  • Time Proven Parts & Component
  • Totally Enclosed Wired Belt-guard


Model Specifications

  • Legendary Performance Type 30 Series
  • Efficient, Reliable, Built To Last Reciprocating Type
  • Heavy Duty Cast Iron 2-Stage Compressor Efficient Electric Motor, 3-30Hp (2.2-22Kw)
  • Time Proven Parts & Components
  • Factory–Filled with IR Synthetic Lubricant

How Reciprocating Compressors Work

With a basic working principle similar to that of a crankshaft piston, reciprocating air compressors use a piece of metal that moves back and forth to compress gas. Air flows into the cylinder after going through a suction valve and an air filter. After it is compressed using a crankshaft and a piston, it exits through a discharge valve and is stored in a storage tank until it is needed. In addition, reciprocating air compressors can either be powered by an electric motor or a gas or diesel engine. These machines have two major types: the first is based on how the piston works, while the second depends on the number of cylinders. The former can either be single or double acting, and the latter can be single or double stage.

What Are the Applications of Reciprocating Compressors?

Reciprocating air compressors have various applications, including:

Component Ejection From Molds

Known as one of the most essential pieces of machinery in the manufacturing industry, reciprocating air compressors can be found in many factories. They are used for different purposes, such as blowing air into the mold to eject the component without damaging the final product.

Molding Plastic Bottles

Reciprocating air compressors are used to blow air into molds to create the shape of plastic bottles. This is done by connecting the machine to an air nozzle and setting the amount of air needed to be released for every interval. Selecting the correct amount is crucial since too much or too little would make the end product look deformed.

Powering Welding or Cutting Equipment

The use of reciprocating air compressors is vital to any welding or cutting equipment. The compressed air supplied by these machines is needed to provide the power that drives the welding arc or cutting torch, and it may even be used as a source of cooling gas for these processes.

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