To be at its best, a workshop needs quality tools and to get the most out of these tools it takes a top professional piston compressor. The 3-5 hp Automan PRO from Atlas Copco is the compressor that can keep up with the pace, the workload and the requirements of a professional workshop.
Ideal for small workshops the Atlas Copco Automan can provide a reliable source of compressed air at a low initial investment cost. It supplies high-quality air, but is also safe, easy to use and offers supreme reliability. In addition, the Automan PRO is available in flexible configurations to make it the best fit for your workshop.
Cast iron cylinders with low-speed pistons have traditionally been recognised for their durability. As such The Automan air compressor is designed with a slow-running compressor block for long service life.
Standard with adjustable pressure regulator, pressure gauges and quick release coupling for ease of use.
Atlas Copco’s piston air compressor range is designed to deliver a reliable source of compressed air for every user. Their portfolio of reciprocating piston compressors ranges from 0.6 kW to 15 kW; small belt driven & direct driven, handyman compressors to larger professional and semi-industrial designed aluminium and cast iron, piston products.
Why should I buy a piston compressor?
Of the most popular air compressors technologies available, the most economical and relatively inexpensive type of air compressor is the piston or reciprocating machine. It is a mistake to think of small piston compressors as tired, noisy relics clattering away in a auto-garage tyre bay.
Nothing could be further away from this reality than the contribution today’s modern reciprocating compressor technology is making to industrial productivity. The majority of small-to-medium piston compressors, which commonly range from 0.55 to 15 kW and can be either oil-lubricated or oil-free machines, are available in a number of product variants to match the exact needs of a wide range of end users.
They can be supplied either as standard base units, trolley or receiver mounted, or as a complete compressed air station that includes a refrigerant air dryer as well as pre-wired starting and regulation equipment. The range of larger piston compressors is usually dedicated to special applications, such as compressed natural gas usage and can go up to 560 kW.