Air compressors are used for a wide range of jobs but for smaller applications there sometimes there isn’t the luxury of having a designated compressor room.
There are compressor options available without requiring additional cost for a separate compressor house.
Only a flat floor with sufficient weight-bearing capacity is required for the placing of a compressed air system. A vertical air compressor could be the best option to save space and fit a compressor system in the smallest available space around.
Vertical air compressors have a significantly smaller footprint than conventional air compressor layouts. This can enable placement of your compressed air system close to the points of use, which also improves energy efficiency by minimising pressure drop with shorter piping.
As long as you have adequate ventilation, a vertical air compressor can be very versatile.
If you are unsure of what type of vertical or horizontal air compressor is suitable for both your particular application and facility, Direct Air can provide advice on finding the right compressor to fit your needs.