Product/Service

Engine driven air compressors from 100 cfm to 1600 cfm

Source: Grimmer Schmidt Compressors

Gasoline engine driven models utilize mass produced automotive engines providing superior parts availability
6/7/00

1. Engine driven air compressors from 100 cfm to 1600 cfm

MonoBlock Compressors

Capacity

Model

Engine

125 cfm

125Q

Ford V-8 302 cu in

150 cfm

150Q

Ford V-8 351 cu in

175 cfm

175Q

Ford V-8 351 cu in

Rotary Compressors

100 cfm

100D

Kubota

130 cfm

130D

Kubota

185 cfm

185D

JD, Cat or Cummins

210 cfm

210D

John Deere or Caterpillar

250 cfm

250D

John Deere or Caterpillar

375 cfm

375D

John Deere or Caterpillar

800 cfm

800D

Cummins

900 cfm

900D

Caterpillar

1600 cfm

1600D

Caterpillar

     

Engine selection – John Deere, Caterpillar, Cummins, Kubota, Ford, GM

Fuel – Rated engine Horsepower, exhaust emissions, fuel cost and availability of fuel supply are all considerations when selecting the right compressor. From 110 cfm to 175 cfm GrimmerSchmidt offers a choice of gasoline, diesel, LPG, or natural gas powered air compressors. In areas where air quality permits are issued GrimmerSchmidt offer models from 100 cfm to 185 cfm under 49 horsepower providing lower permit fees.

Gasoline engine driven models utilize mass produced automotive engines providing superior parts availability, lower initial costs and operating costs. These engines can be readily converted to LPG or natural gas.
LPG and natural gas are ideal for work in parking garages, tunnels, under ground and other indoor industrial construction and repair applications. These compressors may qualify for low emission vehicle/equipment fleet credits.
Diesel driven compressors provide longevity in extreme long running applications and is the only choice of fuel for larger horsepower engines and hazardous locations like oil field and refinery applications.