Used air compressors and dryers are a great way to get brand-name air compressors to suit your budget, or perhaps to replace a compressor of the same type or model. If you can buy a compressor new, there’s a good chance you can find a second-hand air compressor available to do the same job, from rotary screw and variable speed compressors, to clean air and silent-running compressors. The exact availability depends on what used and refurbished air compressors we have in stock – so always check the listings, and come back regularly to take advantage of the newest additions. In many cases, the bigger the air compressor, the bigger the savings, so look out for industrial-scale used air compressors for the best chance to save substantial sums of money on your investment. We are always happy to advise on the suitability of any particular refurbished air compressor to a specific task, as well as to provide any information we have available about the nature of its previous use. If you can’t find anything suitable in our second-hand air compressors, ask yourself if your existing compressor could be refurbished – we offer a servicing and repairs service, and can supply spare parts too, to get your compressor back up and running until a replacement can be sourced.
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