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Sauer Compressors UK Ltd.
“Sauer House”
Lanswood Park
Broomfield Road
Elmstead Market
Colchester, Essex
CO7 7FD / England

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The aviation industry faces the twin challenge of keeping costs down and meeting ever-stricter safety requirements. The use of Sauer medium- and high-pressure compressors can help in both respects. Fleet running costs can be reduced by using nitrogen to inflate aircraft tyres, while our compressors’ long maintenance intervals are an additional cost-saving factor. The units’ compact design and ability to combine different drive systems enable compressors to be moved around and deployed on airport aprons. Sauer compressors are used to inflate aircraft tyres with nitrogen, start turbines and supply aircraft systems. Our customers include airport operators, air force bases and engineering offices.


How you benefit:

  • State-of-the-art compressors, control systems, compressed-air treatment systems and accessories
  • Optimum service and support from the initial enquiry through the compressor’s entire service life
  • 100% compressor check at final pressure, including 3.1 Inspection Certificate
  • Long operating life with guaranteed availability of replacement parts (25+ years)
  • Robust designs to withstand even the most extreme conditions, e.g. 55°C. ambient temperature
  • Great reliability, even during intermittent operations
  • Compact design and extremely easy to use


Product line: SAUER
Product ranges: Passat, Hurricane
Variants: Basic, BasBooster, ComSilent, ComBooster
Volumetric flow: 80–120 m³/h
Pressure range: 40–350 barg
Media: Air, nitrogen