Gardner Denver compressors and industrial equipment have been in existence since 1859. If you are looking to deal with a company with a long history and widespread coverage, Gardner Denver is it, claiming facilities and offices located in 32 countries around the world.
When it comes to air compressors, Gardner Denver offers pretty much every type:
- Rotary screw compressors
- Centrifugal compressed air systems
- Rotary vane compressors
- Reciprocating compressors
- Variable speed technologies
- Oil-free technologies
Like many of the larger air compressor manufacturers around the world, Gardner Denver offers high level customer service. The place to go first when you have a problem with Gardner Denver compressors is to the local office or service depot. That information can be found on their website: http://www.gardnerdenver.com
Gardner Denver compressors is big! So big, they’ve assimilated many compressor manufacturers over the years. Brands owned by Gardner Denver compressors, and this list is probably not complete, include the following, Gardner Denver Compressors (of course) and…
- Elmo Rietschle
- Tam Rotor
- Air Drive
This page offers owners and users of Gardner Denver air compressors a forum to tap into the skills and experiences of other users of the Gardner Denver compressor.
Some of the sub-brands of Gardner Denver already have their separate pages on this site, so I would ask that you use this page for issues relating to those compressors that are branded Gardner Denver only.
If you have or use a Gardner Denver compressor and have a problem or a question, here is the place to post it and ask for help from the many other Gardner Denver owners and users that visit this site.
If you own and use a Gardner Denver Air compressor, and can add any advice to any comment we’d all appreciate your help.
Jorge was kind enough to upload the following manual for your use: Gardner Denver parts list for models 4 1/2 x 4 AAB and 5 x 4 AAC.
Cheers and thanks,