Baron is able to design and manufacture a wide variety of products ranging from mass-produced small auto-workshop compressors up to large and heavy duty systems custom-designed for oil, gas and petrochemical service and special purpose truck-mounted high pressure reciprocating compressors with discharge pressure of 750 bar.

For each specific application, type of the compressor is selected from one of the standard Baron patents. By clicking on the following diagram more information about various types of Baron compressors can be obtained.

Baron compressor types


I-type 3D Sketch

I-Type compressor with a single vertical throw is the basic design of Baron suitable for many applications such as instrument air packages and process gas services with lower pressures.  more information


U type 3D

U-type compressor is suitable for services in which either two stage compression or inlet flow rates up to 50 cubic meter per minute is required. more information


V type 3D sketch

V-type compressors composed of two inclined throws can be used for compression of air or gas in 1, 2 and 3 stages. more information


W-type 3D sketch

W-type compressor consists of a vertical and two inclined throws is used for creates the best balancing between reciprocating forces. more information


VII 3D sketch 1

VII-type composed of two pairs of inclined throws can be used for low capacity and high pressure applications. more information


H type 3D sketch

H-type compressor composed of two opposing horizontal throws is the most widely used reciprocating compressor arrangement in the oil and gas industry. more information



IIW-type is the high-end design of Baron used for creating extreme pressures as well as pressurizing gases in which high discharge temperatures are not desirable. more information


IIH type 3D sketch

IIH-type compressor with two pairs of opposing throws is used for heavy duty applications in petroleum refineries and gas processing plants. more information


IIIH type 3D sketch

IIIH-type compressor with three pairs of opposing throws is capable of pressurizing tremendous amounts of process gas. more information