Hydrovane air compressors, as their name suggests, are Vane type air compressors and are manufactured by Hydrovane of the UK. The origin of Hydrovane air compressors dates back to the 1940’s.
Actual manufacture of the actual Hydrovane air compressor line started in the 1960’s. Over the years Hydrovane was acquired by other companies, including Compair, and then Compair too was acquired by Gardner Denver, that acquisition taken place in 2008.
The Hydrovane compressors are, with regular maintenance, long lived and provide a competitive source for compressed air for industry.
The head office for Hydrovane air compressors is:
Gardner Denver Ltd.
Washford Industrial Estate
Redditch, Worcestershire B98 0DS
Telephone + +44 (0) 1527 838200
Fax: + 44 (0) 1527 521140
e-mail [email protected]
In North America, users of Hydrovane air compressors can contact the North American headquarters for assistance at:
Hydrovane Industrial Products
1800 Gardner Expressway
United States of America
Tel: 800 372 2222
Fax: 217 228 8247
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Existing Hydrovane Air Compressor comments:
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