Quincy Compressor’s QSI1500s feeding air to extract gold out of the ground on a mountain 4,000 ft above sea level in Colombia. →
Advertising in Reader’s Digest Magazine December 1942 (Look for the other pic with the cover)
FIRST IN DESIGN
SUPREME IN PERFORMANCE
Quincy was the first in designing an air compressor that combine modern design with state of the art mechanicals. Radiation surface has been increased in 12%. Lubrication is more complete and efficient.
Quincy Compressor builds exclusively air compressors. For over 20 years this policy of specialization has contribute to make the “Quincy” name a symbol of effective and safe air supply.
Eighty nine important OEMs include Quincy compressors in their own products to provide service around the world.
Complete selection of air cooled air compressors, single and double stage and water cooled single stage air compressors. All type of mounting, with or without tank. Ask for descriptive brochures. QUINCY COMPRESSOR CO, Export Dept. S3. P.O. Box 183, Springfield, Illinois, U.S.A. Cable: FABEX
AGENTS AND DISTRIBUTORS
Buenos Aires – Casa Stewart, Córdoba 2100
Montevideo – A. Manzione, Minas 1499
Santiago – A. Montero y Cia, S.A. Casilla 312
Sao Paulo – H.J. Chazen & Cia, Rua Joao Briccola 10
Maracaibo – Daniel E. Rincón, Apartado No 93
Guayaquil – Arosamena Hnos, Casilla 921
México, D.F. – Pedro Calderón, Abraham González 33 y 35
Monterrey – Pedro Calderón, Hidalgo Pte 213
Panamá – Tropical Paint Co, Inc, P.O. Box Ancon, C.Z.
San Juan – General Farm Equipment Co, P.O. Box 288
Madrid – Mr. F.A. Ronstadt, García de Paredes 76
Habana – Cia. Petrolera Imperial Cubalu, S.A. Luyano y Porvenir →
I was originally looking at purchasing a Quincy QT-5 5HP 80 gallon vertical compressor, but came across this QR-25 Series 325 compressor by accident. I was inquiring about some woodworking equipment and a compressor that was coming up on a local cabinet shop auction. I was informed that the compressor in theat shop was not going to be on the auction, however….the auction company had informed me that they had a 5HP 80 gallon vertical compressor at there warehouse that they would give me a good deal on. I had inquired some information as to what brand and model it was, and they were not 100% for sure of the make, but they said the pump had Quincy and 325 stamped on the serial badge. And so the story begins…. →
Henry Gradowski from Elsberry, MO purchased a QTV54 reciprocating air compressor for his personal shop in 2012. He shares his Quincy Story below. In 1991, I started attending the Tin Dusters Fall Color Run. In 1992, a family member was lucky enough and very grateful to have won the giveaway compressor that year. Things kinda trickled →