Industrial & Commercial Air Compressor Parts, Service, & Repair From Industry Experts
With over 30 years of experience, we know how to troubleshoot any air compressor problem
We offer industrial and commercial air compressor parts and service to help get your company’s operations back up to par. The technicians at United Compressor & Pump Services are trained to service air compressors made by over two-dozen leading manufacturers, including Atlas Copco, Schulz, Ingersoll Rand, Kaeser, Quincy, and Sullair. We also carry parts for customers that want to handle repairs themselves.
Air Compressor Parts
Air compressors require a number of different parts to operate properly. Here are some of the important components we provide for many different types of air compressors:
- Pressure and temperature transducers
- Gauge boards
- Solenoid valves
- Heat exchangers
- Oil filters
- Oil pumps
- Air filter
- Oil Separators
You may need additional parts to fix problems with your air compressor, depending on its application, PSI or SCFM rating, power source, tank size, and other factors. Since every air compressor is built differently, it can be difficult to troubleshoot and pinpoint the parts that need to be replaced. Our technicians can identify any parts that aren’t working properly and recommend suitable replacements.
Air Compressor Service and Repair
Replacing air compressor parts on your own isn’t always feasible. Some problems are too complex and warrant professional troubleshooting. Fortunately, the dedicated technicians at United Compressor & Pump Services have over 30 years of experience diagnosing and repairing many different types of air compressors.
Here are some of the common problems we often resolve:
Does your air compressor make an unusual sound, such as a knocking noise, while it is loading or operating at a high RPM? There could be a number of causes, such as damage to your main bearings, bad connections with your rod bearings, or a loose flywheel or rod. The problem will gradually worsen over time if it isn’t corrected promptly, which is why it is important let our experts identify the issue and make repairs as soon as possible.
If the oil in your compressor’s reserve appears to be an unusual color, then it is probably contaminated. This problem can usually be resolved easily, but our technicians will need to conduct some troubleshooting to identify the right course of action. We may recommend using non-detergent oil, finding an air source with lower humidity levels, or replacing your air-cleaning units.
If your air compressor is leaking oil it can be very dangerous and can also damage other compressor components. An oil leak is often an indicator of a faulty valve, gasket, or hose. It is important that you have our experts inspect your compressor immediately if your oil is leaking to avoid dangerous scenarios and to prevent other parts from breaking.
A high discharge temperature can be a sign of numerous compressor problems. For instance, if the condenser is dirty or its fan is out, these are both sources of high temperature issues. Furthermore, if air cannot flow properly over the condenser it can affect the discharge temperature. The refrigerant can also cause temperature problems. Since there are so many possibilities, it’s important that you have an expert diagnose the issue and take the necessary repair steps.
Water in Air Lines
If there is water in your compressed air, it obviously can cause problems. This issue is common in summer when humidity causes condensation in the lines, which leads to moisture. First, you need to ensure that you have a drainage system that is working properly. If the problem consists even with proper drainage, then an air drying system may be the best option. Let our experts figure out the best solution.
Your air compressor can’t work properly without a steady supply of air. Even a minor air leak can drastically reduce performance or potentially cause the system to shut down. The air leak could be coming from your tank valve, hose, or air fittings. Only a trained technician can identify the source of an air leak in an air compressor and take the necessary steps to fix it.
Excessive Signs of Wear Belts
The pulleys in your air compressor require sturdy belts to provide the mechanical energy needed to drive the system. If they are showing signs of extensive wear, they can fail and then damage other components without warning. There could be a number of causes, such as excessive belt tension, poor pulley alignment, or a damaged crankshaft. We will identify the cause during troubleshooting and take corrective measures.
For industrial air compressor parts, service, and repair, call (603) 552-5885. We are all about competent, quick, and incomparable service. When you call, we’ll answer. When you need us, we’ll be there. Call the company that will put you first: United Compressor & Pump Services. We service all of New England, particularly the states of New Hampshire and Massachusetts, including the areas of Manchester NH, Concord NH, Portsmouth NH, Lowell MA, and Boston MA.