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Hydraulic pump is widely and common to see at the outdoor machinary, 

and easy to driven the vane compressor to get more compressed Air for the pneumatic Tools in construction site or Mining area!

Not only limited by above applications, and AH series compressors are also widely used in Agriculture application, 

such as blowing trash from tank, and tyres infulation of tractors  

Caused by Vane compressors are More reliable and easier maintenance, long life!

Compressed Air in a most efficient way to get it quicker which is using Vane! 

To get your backup!

Also find it in -

Construction Machinery;


Rail train;

Garbage Trucks;


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Naili Compressor -Hydraulic Driven Air Compressors

The state-of-the-art control system of hydraulic driven air compressors, the easy-to-use digital control extends compressor life by automatically protecting the compressor in extreme environments. The hydraulically driven air compressor converts the hydraulic power of the working machinery into compressed air and can be easily mounted on any vehicle, truck or excavator.

No more need for expensive trailers. These compact units are ideal when looking for a vehicle mounted air compressor solution, not because they are easy to install, but because of their powerful size. Capable of powering everything from handheld pneumatic tools to pneumatic excavator attachments. These compact units are designed for easy integration into the hydraulic system of any mobile or stationary machine.


Powering pneumatic tools

Continuous use

Maintenance work


Air flushing


How do hydraulic driven air compressors work?

A hydraulic compressor uses the hydraulic system of a machine, vehicle or ship as a power source to generate air flow.

The hydraulic oil flow is directed through a pressure line to the integrated hydraulic motor of the hydraulic compressor

The hydraulic compressor converts the hydraulic oil flow and pressure into compressed air

The hydraulic oil is returned to the hydraulic tank of the load carrier via a return line

The inlet air is compressed between the external and internal threads. The compressor screw is driven by a hydraulic motor.

The screw compressor is equipped with an oil heat exchanger, which transfers heat to the hydraulic system of the carrier machine for cooling.

The hydraulic screw compressor can be operated continuously 24/7 without interruption. When the compressor is not producing airflow, the compressor will run at idle speed.

Applicable machinery


Mining machines

Drilling equipment


Tractors and agricultural machinery

Forestry machinery and harvesters

Trucks, concrete trucks and mobile cranes

Fire engines and rescue vehicles

Railway vehicles

For industrial use

Construction and earthworks

Drilling, mining and quarrying

Demolition and recycling

Transport, aviation and shipping

Environment and infrastructure

Service and maintenance

Property management

Fire, rescue and military

Special vehicles and process conjugation

Offshore and subsea


Versatility: rotary vane-driven air compressors can be used in various applications and environments. They can be easily integrated into rotary vane systems, making them suitable for mobile equipment, construction sites, mining operations, and other industries.

Portability: Rotary vane-driven air compressors are typically compact and lightweight, making them easy to transport and move around. They can be mounted on vehicles, trailers, or equipment without requiring a separate power source.

Power efficiency: Rotary vane systems are known for their high power density, which means they can deliver significant power using smaller components. Rotary vane-driven air compressors leverage the power of the rotary vane system, providing efficient and reliable operation.

Continuous operation: Rotary vane-driven compressors can operate continuously without the need for rest or cool-down periods. They can handle high-duty cycles and maintain consistent air pressure, which is crucial for applications requiring uninterrupted air supply.

Improved durability: Rotary vane systems are designed to withstand harsh conditions, vibrations, and shocks. Air compressors driven by rotary vane technology inherit these qualities, making them more resilient and resistant to wear and tear compared to their electric or engine-driven counterparts.

Noise reduction: rotary vane-driven compressors tend to produce less noise compared to engine-driven compressors. This is beneficial in environments where noise pollution needs to be minimized, such as residential areas or noise-sensitive job sites.

Maintenance simplification: Rotary vane-driven air compressors have fewer moving parts compared to traditional compressors, reducing the need for regular maintenance and repairs. They are also less prone to electrical issues or fuel-related problems.

Increased safety: Rotary vane systems offer inherent safety features, such as pressure relief valves and overload protection. Rotary vane-driven air compressors benefit from these safety mechanisms, ensuring the equipment operates within safe parameters.


Pressure control: Rotary vane-driven air compressors typically come with adjustable pressure settings, allowing users to control the output pressure according to their specific needs. This feature ensures the compressor delivers the desired air pressure for various applications.

Compact Design: Rotary vane-driven air compressors are often designed to be compact and space-efficient, allowing for easier installation in tight spaces or on mobile equipment with limited space.

Mounting options: these rotary vane compressors are designed to be easily mounted on vehicles, trailers, or other equipment, providing flexibility and versatility in their deployment. They may have mounting brackets or other attachment points for secure installation. Integrated cooling systems: Some rotary vane-driven air compressors come with integrated cooling systems to manage the heat generated during operation. This helps to prevent overheating and ensures optimal performance even under demanding conditions.

Remote control capability: certain models of rotary vane-driven air compressors offer remote control options. This allows users to start, stop, or adjust the compressor settings from a distance, providing convenience and efficiency in operation. Diagnostic and monitoring systems: advanced rotary vane-driven compressors may include built-in diagnostic and monitoring systems. These systems can detect and display important information such as pressure levels, temperature, fault codes, and maintenance reminders, enabling users to keep track of the compressor's performance and address any issues promptly.

Automatic shutdown: To prevent damage or unsafe operation, rotary vane-driven air compressors may feature automatic shutdown mechanisms. These can be triggered by factors like low oil pressure, high temperature, or other abnormal conditions, ensuring the safety and longevity of the equipment.

Easy maintenance: Rotary vane compressors driven by hydraulics often have user-friendly maintenance features. This can include easy access to filters, oil change points, and other components, simplifying routine maintenance tasks and reducing downtime.