Permanent Air Skates

Building upon the concepts of traditional transportation methods, Airgonomics have reimagined the moving of heavy equipment and machinery for a more streamlined process.

Our air skates enable freedom and ease of motion, even when carrying the heaviest loads. Working closely with our customers to understand their requirements, Airgonomics work to resolve your equipment handling issues.

Permanent Air Skates

For operations that regularly reposition or move around heavy machinery, permanent air skates offer an invaluable solution. Air skates can be permanently attached to the underside of equipment and machinery, and can be inflated and deflated as necessary.

The ability to access airfilm technology as and when it is needed can save manual labour, time, and costs - removing the need for the complications of hiring handling equipment.

Permanent air skates require little maintenance, and overcome access problems for machinery which may be positioned in awkward locations.


Airgonomics provides the design, manufacturing, and permanent installation of air skates onto your equipment and machinery. 

With over half a century of experience, we are one of the UK’s leading specialists in airfilm technology, and can advise you throughout this process, ensuring you receive a product suitable for its application.

Following the manufacturing of products, the personnel at Airgonomics provide permanent installation, ensuring the skates have been positioned securely.

We continue to assist and support clients through ongoing servicing of the complete air system, as well as the provision of comprehensive warranties for equipment. 

Airgonomics provides our services nationwide, with further equipment exportation available for overseas clients. 

The permanent installation of air skates is available for heavy equipment and machinery in a variety of sectors. In theory, air skates have no weight or size limitations, since they can be used in conjunction with one another to increase their load bearing capacity; they are therefore used for…

  • Entertainment and commercial
  • Power generation
  • Transportation, including rail, automotive, and marine
  • Shipbuilding
  • Aerospace
  • Laboratory research



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