While they may have sold air compressors it seems to me that Binks air compressors were an accessory, offered by Binks to supplement their broad range of spray painting and coating equipment.
The current Binks Company – and their corporate predecessors – have over 100 years experience in coatings applications for diverse industries. Their manufacturing arm is in Tennessee, while the head office is located:
Binks Air Compressors Contact Information
Binks Corporate Offices
195 Internationale Blvd.
Glendale Heights, IL 60139
I was unable to determine who originally made the Binks air compressors for them, and when Binks stopped selling and supporting their house brand information kind of dried up.
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I did get an email from John, who writes… “Found out some info on the Binks compressors. Most of them were made by Quincy … and Binks assembled the packages. The 210 etc. numbers. were Quincy numbers. The Quincy QR line is the replacement. Mesa EQ. supposed to sell parts.” Thanks for that, John.
Art says “The 325 Quincy seems to be a smaller version of my Binks 33-1036. All the parts look the same.” If you visit the Quincy compressors page on this site you can download a copy of the manual, and parts lists, courtesy of Art.
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