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The British Compressed Air Society (BCAS)

The British Compressed Air Society (BCAS)

The British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) is the UK trade body for all compressed air related goods and services. Air Compressor Centre is a BCAS member. Always use BCAS members to service your compressor. BCAS members have the technical knowledge and technical support to service your air compressors and compressed air systems correctly and safely.

About BCAS

‘BCAS is the only dedicated UK trade association that represents its members in the manufacture, distribution, export, disposal and usage of air compressors, compressed air, compressed air treatment, gas, vacuum, blowers, pneumatic tools and allied products’

BCAS provide an expert and impartial united voice in the face of an ever-changing industry and legislation. As an unbiased authority on technical, educational and legislation, the society provides a reference point for best practice and actively represents the interests of the compressed air industry to the UK government and many European and other institutions.

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Key partner features

  • The UK National trade body for compressed air related companies
  • Membership for both manufacturers and distributors of compressed air related products
  • Membership of BCAS suggests that member companies work to acceptable international standards
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What does BCAS Offer?

BCAS and our members have the following aims:

  • To promote the safe, efficient maintenance and use of equipment and services
  • To cooperate with diverse groups such as governmental departments, regulatory authorities, research groups, retailer and consumer groups and agencies in matters affecting the industry
  • To bring industry specific training and experience of the members to bear on the conduct of business for common good
  • To develop and publish, standards, engineering data and statistical information.
  • To engage in cooperative research and activity providing development for the next generation of compressed air and vacuum engineers
  • To promote cooperation amongst its members for improved production, proper use and distribution
  • To provide best practice forum where members can develop their professional competence