QR-25 is a heavy duty Quincy air compressor offering 1-25 hp, pressure lubricated in all critical areas, runs at slower speeds and features durable cast iron construction for longer life and less downtime.
Quincy Air Compressor QR-25 1-25 hp
- Manually reversible oil pump
- Intake unloaders reduce work
- Low maintenance requirements
- Rebuildable components
- Loadless starting
- 1-25 hp, 500 psig maximum
- Single & Two Stage
- 100% duty cycle rated
- Pressure lubricated
- Cast iron cylinders/valve seats
Quincy Air Compressor QR-25 Overview
The QR-25 is pressure lubricated in all critical areas, runs at slower speeds and features durable cast iron construction for longer life and less downtime. Because the QR-25 compressed air systems operates at slower speeds, it’s capable of producing more CFM per horsepower. The QR-25 can also deliver up to 500 psig, making it suitable for the most challenging air compression tasks.
The Quincy QR-25 also features a
- Revolutionary disc valve design that enables this compressed air systems to operate efficiently at lower temperatures
- Intake loaders are designed to reduce horsepower during low-demand applications, which helps to extend valve life.
- Loadless starting reduces much of the strain on the motor, which also lowers energy consumption — and costs.
- Positive displacement rotary oil pump provides sufficient lubrication to all vital air compressor components, which ensures smooth operation and further reduces oil temperature.
- Maintenance on this compressed air systems is a breeze, which contributes to the ease of operation and low cost of ownership.
The Quincy QR-25™ 1- 25 hp air compressor is recognized throughout the industry’s leading reciprocating compressor. The QR-25 is pressure lubricated in all critical areas, runs at slower speeds and features durable cast iron construction for longer life and less downtime.
A Proud Legacy of Excellence
The modern-day Quincy air compressor QR-25 traces its roots to the 1930s when it was introduced as a member of what was simply known as “the Quincy Line.” A portable QR-25 version was introduced during the 1950s and was used to provide heated compressed air to keep lenses clear on military equipment. The first four-cylinder QR-25 was unveiled during the 1960s and the Coast Guard began using the QR-25 as part of its tug boat starting procedures in the 1970s.