Quincy Compressors Deliver Expansive Horsepower Options
Since 1920, Quincy has been manufacturing rotary screw air compressors and reciprocating air compressors that have been used in some of the most extreme and sensitive environments on Earth. They've also specialized in smaller units that are common among auto body repair shops and similar repair facilities. This expansive selection, in combination with one of the industry&'s most comprehensive warranties, has given them a reputation for reliability - especially when it comes to custom requirements.
Quincy produces air compressors that range in output from around 1 hp to 350 hp. Within that variety, almost 40% of their sales of rotary screw air compressors are made to order, with custom "one-of-a kind configurations" that are built to address controls, accessories, and air treatment options. In particular, these upgrades commonly include specialized electrical setups and freeze-protection add-ons.
Some of the most popular standard configurations include:
|Quincy Air Compressor Models|
|Model Number||Horsepower||ACFM / PSIG||Sound Level (Decibels)||Special Features||Portable / Stationary||Estimated Costs|
|Rotary Screw Air COmpressor (with V-Belt)|
|QGS||5 - 30 hp (belt drive); 40 - 100 hp (gear drive)||16 - 460 acfm; 125 - 150 psig||62 - 69 dBA||Integrated dryer (optional)||Stationary||$5,300 - $9,000|
|QCD||20 - 50 hp (direct drive)||90 - 226 acfm; 100 - 150 psig||67 dBA||Expandable PCL control||Stationary||$12,300 - $15,000|
|QGV||20 - 200 hp (direct drive)||14.3 - 998 acfm; 75 - 150 psig||68 dBA||Variable speed with low power consumption capability||Stationary||$16,500 - $24,300|
|Reciprocating / Piston Air Compressors|
|QR-25||1 - 25 hp||3 - 95 acfm; 20 - 500 psig intermittent||N/A||Single and two-stage||Portable||$4,800 - $8,500|
|QP||3 - 15 hp||175 PSI working pressure||N/A||Pressure Lubricated||Portable||$3,200 - $6,000|
|QT||5 - 15 hp||17 - 206 acfm; 175 psig maximum||N/A||Cast iron splash lubricated||Portable||$4,100 - $6,000|
An air compressor manufacturer for any industry
Quincy compressors, vacuum pumps, and air treatment products are used in applications that range from mining and drilling to concrete production and shipbuilding. But they also possess the refined technology and sophistication that enables them to just as easily be incorporated into medical or dental practices as well as automotive service facilities and dry cleaning shops.
- Automotive: Combining cost-effective operation with strong horsepower, reciprocating air compressors from 1 hp to 15 hp fit into almost any automotive service location, dealership, or body repair shop. Within this range - the QT specifically - you'll find one of the industry's top acfm per brake horsepower levels, providing the most air available while limiting energy consumption. They also feature a cast iron design that provides lasting durability in extreme settings.
- Industrial: From assembly lines and electronic manufacturers to farms and food service, no consideration is more critical that total cost of ownership. Engineering their products with this purchase requirement in mind, Quincy's rotary screw air compressors balance energy use with the cost-saving production quality that enables their products to continue operating on a minimum of repair and maintenance. While a number of models leverage their patented EQ / Efficiency Quotient, the QGV incorporates the option of a variable speed with low power consumption to ensure that the cost remains as low as possible while idle.
- Medical: Guaranteeing patient safety and providing the highest level of critical care requires a stable, uninterrupted source of air or vacuum system. Representing a key component of modern medical services, as well as health clinics, surgical centers, and testing laboratories, Quincy air compressors like the QVMS have been created with the specialized needs of the medical industry in mind. They are NFPA 99 compliant and offer a range of outputs from 2 hp to 10 hp. Plus, their construction features a one-side access panel, making service and maintenance easy when installed in tight, enclosed rooms.