At Kitmondo, we specialize in offering a diverse array of used compressors, essential for delivering efficient and reliable compressed air supply in industries such as manufacturing, automotive, and construction. Our compressors are engineered to provide optimal air pressure, ensuring the smooth operation of pneumatic tools, control systems, and other critical machinery. Our inventory includes options ranging from €2,000 for basic models to €50,000 for advanced, high-capacity units from leading brands like Atlas Copco, Ingersoll Rand, Kaeser, and Sullair. Each compressor features distinct attributes such as compressor type (rotary screw, reciprocating, centrifugal), output capacity, pressure range, and energy efficiency, tailored to your specific needs.

When selecting a compressor, it is important to consider factors such as the required air flow and pressure, energy efficiency, noise levels, and maintenance needs. These factors are crucial for achieving optimal performance, reducing operational costs, and ensuring the longevity of your equipment. Investing in our used compressors not only grants you access to top-tier machinery at a fraction of the cost but also promotes sustainability by extending the lifecycle of durable equipment.

At Kitmondo, we are dedicated to providing exceptional customer service, helping you find the perfect compressor to enhance your industrial operations. Browse our listings today to discover reliable compressors that offer superior performance and outstanding value for all your pneumatic power requirements.

Kaeser CSDX 140 Compressor Low working hours

Year: 2014

Nominal Pressure 8.5 bar
Loaded hours 7481 H
Volts 400 V
Output (m3 /hour) 17 m³/h
Engine power 88.3 kW
Frequency 50 Hz

ATLAS COPCO SF 2 FF oil-free compressor

Year: 2018

Nominal Pressure 8 bar
Engine power 2.2 kW
Volts 400 V
Output (m3 /hour) 15 m³/h
Tank capacity 270 L
Frequency 50 Hz

Air blower system with SIEMENS 7.5 kW motor, brand new

Year: 2010

Engine power 7.5 kW
Frequency 50 Hz
Volts 400 V
Dryer integrated No


Year: 2000

Nominal Pressure 10 bar
Loaded hours 59600 H
Volts 400 V
Output (m3 /hour) 691.2 m³/h
Engine power 75 kW
Frequency 50 Hz

AT 40A Compressor Low working hours

Year: 2022

Output (m3 /hour) 5.2 m³/h
Volts 380 V
Sound level 63 dB(A)
Engine power 30 kW
Frequency 60 Hz

Compair Hydrovane HV04 AERD - rotary vane compressor with integrated air dryer - COMPLETE AIRSTATION Low working hours

Year: 2008

Nominal Pressure 10.5 bar
Loaded hours 253 H
Tank capacity 270 L
Output (m3 /hour) 0.7 m³/h
Engine power 4 kW
Volts 400 V

TAMROCK 550 EA Compressor

Year: 1998

Nominal Pressure 3 bar
Volts 400 V

CompAir L37-09 Compressor

Year: 2004

Output (m3 /hour) 330 m³/h
Volts 380 V

Jun-Air compressors, OF1202 Low working hours

Year: 2016

Nominal Pressure 8 bar
Engine power 1.5 kW
Volts 230 V
Output (m3 /hour) 290 m³/h
Tank capacity 45 L
Frequency 50 Hz

Josval Moncayo 780 Compressor Low working hours

Year: 2002

Nominal Pressure 10 bar
Engine power 4 kW
Volts 400 V
Output (m3 /hour) 46.8 m³/h
Tank capacity 500 L
Sound level 63 dB(A)

Atlas Copco ZT 18 - 7.5 Compressor

Year: 2006

Nominal Pressure 7.5 bar
Engine power 18 kW
Output (m3 /hour) 3 m³/h
Sound level 72 dB(A)


Year: 2000

Nominal Pressure 26 bar
Volts 400 V
Output (m3 /hour) 16 m³/h
Frequency 50 Hz

J. P. Sauer & Sohn Gmbh WP 126 L-100 Piston compressor

Year: 2004

Nominal Pressure 70 bar
Engine power 26.5 kW
Output (m3 /hour) 110 m³/h

UNIAIR MEKA 10 P10 500D Compressor

Year: 2012

Nominal Pressure 10 bar
Engine power 7.5 kW
Volts 400 V
Output (m3 /hour) 0.9 m³/h
Tank capacity 500 L
Frequency 50 Hz

Worthington Creyssensac Rollair 30 Compressor Good value

Year: 2011

Nominal Pressure 7 bar
Loaded hours 30000 H
Tank capacity  L
Output (m3 /hour) 235 m³/h
Engine power 22 kW
Volts 380 V

Kaeser ESD351 Compressor

Year: 2006

Pressure up to 8.5 bar, capacity 36.8 m3/min good condition inspection possible

Berko BR 21-10 + BFN 186 Screw Compressor

Year: 2007

Nominal Pressure 10 bar
Engine power 15 kW
Sound level 61 dB(A)
Output (m3 /hour) 2.2 m³/h
Frequency 50 Hz
Dryer integrated Yes

Atlas Copco GA90VSDFF Compressor

Year: 2015

Nominal Pressure 13 bar
Engine power 90 kW
Output (m3 /hour) 17.5 m³/h

ATLAS COPO Modelo ZT22FF Compressor

Year: 2015

Nominal Pressure 7.5 bar
Output (m3 /hour) 3.5 m³/h

Powering Your Operations: A Deep Dive into Industrial Compressors

Compressors serve as the lifeblood of countless industrial operations, providing vital power to pneumatic tools, cooling systems, material transport, and process automation. Their versatility and reliability make them essential across various sectors, ensuring smooth and efficient business operations. This guide delves into the types, features, and key considerations for selecting compressors, helping you make informed decisions that enhance your operational capabilities. Exapro, a prominent online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a wide range of compressors, providing access to high-quality equipment at competitive prices.

Types of Compressors

Compressors come in multiple configurations, each designed to meet specific industrial applications. Here’s an overview of the primary types:

Rotary Screw Compressors

Favored for their continuous operation and efficiency, rotary screw compressors are pivotal in numerous industrial processes. They utilize two interlocking screws to compress air, ensuring a steady, reliable air supply.

  • Oil-Injected Rotary Screw Compressors: Employ oil for lubrication and cooling, delivering durability and efficiency. These compressors are suitable for a broad range of applications, including manufacturing and automotive services.
  • Oil-Free Rotary Screw Compressors: Essential for applications where air purity is critical, such as food processing and pharmaceuticals, as they do not use oil in the compression chamber.

Reciprocating Compressors

Also known as piston compressors, these machines use a piston driven by a crankshaft to deliver high-pressure air. They are ideal for applications requiring intermittent, high-pressure air.

  • Single-Stage Reciprocating Compressors: Appropriate for low to medium pressure applications, compressing air in a single stroke.
  • Two-Stage Reciprocating Compressors: Provide higher pressure and efficiency by compressing air in two stages, suitable for demanding applications.

Centrifugal Compressors

Centrifugal compressors use a rotating impeller to accelerate air, converting kinetic energy into pressure. They are perfect for large-scale operations requiring high volumes of compressed air.

  • Single-Stage Centrifugal Compressors: Offer moderate pressure and high flow rates, making them ideal for medium-sized industrial applications.
  • Multi-Stage Centrifugal Compressors: Capable of delivering high pressure and large volumes of air, suitable for extensive industrial applications.

Scroll Compressors

Scroll compressors, featuring two interleaved spiral scrolls, are known for their quiet operation and efficiency. They are commonly used in smaller, quieter applications.

  • Oil-Injected Scroll Compressors: Enhance efficiency through oil lubrication.
  • Oil-Free Scroll Compressors: Ensure clean air for sensitive applications, such as in the food and pharmaceutical industries.

Rotary Vane Compressors

These compressors use a rotating cylinder with adjustable vanes to compress air, known for their durability and efficiency.

  • Oil-Injected Rotary Vane Compressors: Improve efficiency and lifespan through oil lubrication.
  • Oil-Free Rotary Vane Compressors: Provide clean air suitable for food and beverage processing.

Exapro offers a variety of these compressors, ensuring businesses can find equipment that meets their specific needs.

Key Features and Specifications

Choosing the right compressor involves understanding critical features and specifications to match your operational requirements. Key considerations include:

Capacity and Output

Evaluate the compressor's capacity and output, measured in cubic feet per minute (CFM) or liters per minute (L/min), to ensure it meets your specific air demand.

Pressure Range

Assess the maximum pressure the compressor can deliver, measured in pounds per square inch (PSI), to ensure it can power your pneumatic tools and equipment effectively.

Energy Efficiency

Opt for energy-efficient compressors to reduce operational costs and environmental impact. Look for features such as variable speed drives (VSD) and efficient motors to optimize energy consumption.

Automation and Control

Advanced automation and control systems enhance operational precision and consistency. Features like programmable settings, touch-screen interfaces, and real-time monitoring can significantly boost productivity and ensure a reliable air supply.

Noise Level

Select compressors designed for quiet operation, especially important for indoor or noise-sensitive environments.

Durability and Maintenance

Prioritize compressors built from high-quality, corrosion-resistant materials. Easy-to-clean designs and accessible components simplify maintenance, reducing downtime and operational costs.

Leading Brands in Compressors

Reputable brands ensure higher quality and better support. Here are some top brands in the compressor market:

  • Atlas Copco: Renowned for innovative and high-precision machines, Atlas Copco provides robust solutions for various industrial applications.
  • Ingersoll Rand: Known for durability and advanced technology, making them a popular choice in many industries.
  • Kaeser: Offers high-performance compressors known for reliability and efficiency.
  • Sullair: Recognized for efficiency and versatility, suitable for large-scale operations.
  • Gardner Denver: Delivers precision-designed compressors ideal for complex, high-volume production.

Exapro features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Compressors

The cost of used compressors varies widely based on age, condition, brand, and features. Prices typically range from several thousand to several tens of thousands of dollars. For instance, a used Atlas Copco rotary screw compressor might be priced between $10,000 and $30,000, while a high-end Ingersoll Rand centrifugal compressor could cost $50,000 to $100,000. Exapro’s marketplace offers transparent pricing options, ensuring competitive deals for buyers.


Compressors are indispensable in industrial operations, providing efficient and reliable solutions for powering tools and processes. By understanding the different types of compressors and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions that enhance their operational capabilities. Exapro offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, with detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a rotary screw, reciprocating, centrifugal, scroll, or rotary vane compressor, Exapro’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your needs.