All of Belliss & Morcom compressors are supported with a warranty. The standard warranty program is 12 months from the date of commissioning or 18 months following dispatch from the factory, whichever is earliest.
It is essential for you to register the compressor on our website or through your supplier so we have all the correct information in the unlikely event you should experience any issues.
To maintain the warranty on your compressor you must:
Follow the service recommendations using only genuine parts and lubricants
Use Belliss & Morcom service trained engineers to carry out all service work
Maintain the running parameters of the original compressor package
Failure to do so will invalidate your warranty and may lead to expensive repairs
Belliss & Morcom’s high pressure air compressors have been engineered to provide years of stable operation; however, even the most reliable machines require regular service and maintenance. That is why we offer a range of service contracts and extended warranty offers in line with your particular budget and application requirements. For complete details on the range of options available for the Belliss & Morcom ranges contact your local sales representative.
Belliss Xtra - The Ultimate Compressor System Protection Program
For the Belliss & Morcom range, we offer BellissXtra which provides you with complete peace of mind by eliminating the risk of unforeseen costs associated with your air compressor; allowing you to focus your attention and investment on the future of your plant and operations.
Belliss & Morcom’s compressors have been designed to provide many years of operation. However, even the most reliable products require regular servicing and maintenance. That is why we provide a lifetime warranty - BellissXtra. Our aim is to offer complete peace of mind for your compressor operations, and to eliminate the risk of any unforeseen costs, so that you can focus your attention and any future investment on your plant and operations.
Only one service required each year, depending on model, increasing compressor availability.