Burton-on-Trent Air Compressor Servicing

Compressed air is our business. We have been installing, servicing, and repairing compressed air equipment for over eight decades.

In that time, we demonstrated not just our enviable experience but also the skills, expertise, and friendly customer service that businesses across the country come back to again and again.

Our engineers have worked with compressors in almost every industry imaginable. The one thing they all have in common is that the businesses that use them, rely on them. In turn, they rely on us to keep their air compressors and fluid power working as they require.

Air Compressor Service & Repair in Burton-on-Trent

We are air compressor experts. If you want a new compressor, or need to upgrade your existing system, our team can offer a full design and installation service, working with you to get the best possible compressed air system for your facilities and processes.

We also have a range of service and maintenance options. These cover everything from ad hoc servicing and repair, all the way to fixed-price maintenance options that cover everything, including round-the-clock on-call engineers.

Burton-on-Trent: the centre of the UK’s brewing industry

It is almost impossible to consider the history of Burton-on-Trent without considering the brewing industry. When development made the River Trent navigable, Burton-on-Trent became a brewing town, with the innovations of local brewers combined with the perception of the local water’s quality.

Beer could be shipped to the docks at Hull and, from there, to the world, and with Pale Ales brewed especially for longer shipping, Burton-on-Trent and brewing became closely linked. In its heyday, a quarter of the country’s beer was brewed in the area. The link survives today, even in some unexpected ways, Burton-on-Trent’s Marmite factory is there because it historically used the yeast from brewing.

Compressed air in Burton-on-Trent’s food and drink

Modern brewing relies on compressed air for many parts of the brewing process. It is used when chilling is needed at several points, helping maintain consistent temperatures at critical points in the brewing process. It can also be used to clean production lines, purge CO₂ from tanks, and even oxygenate the beer. Compressed air drives production lines, as casks, kegs, and bottles are filled before distribution.

The next time you take a sip of beer, whether it was brewed in Burton-on-Trent or not, it’s a near certainty that you wouldn’t enjoy it as much if it weren’t for compressed air.


Are you really available 24/7?

Absolutely. Most of our customers run twenty-four-hour-a-day operations, and in sectors like logistics, the overnight period can be the busiest time. We have engineers available at any time around the clock, so you know you can get an instant response.

What is compressor connectivity?

Air compressors can be connected to your network, monitoring it remotely, over the internet. This can be done in different ways, such as using Bluetooth or a mobile phone network. It allows you to see how your compressor performs and captures data that can help you identify potential issues, direct maintenance, and minimise downtime.


Our experienced team is waiting for your call. We work with businesses
  of all sizes in every sector – get in touch today.

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J Ll Leach & Co Ltd Head Office
Etruscan Street, Etruria
Stoke on Trent, ST1 5SE


01782 202001