Service Truck Equipment Study Reveals Overwhelming Preference For Rotary Screw Air Compressors
When asked why they prefer rotary screw air compressors, 77% of survey respondents noted performance, 41% selected quality and reliability, and 36% said size and weight.
“Rotary screw air compressors provide continuous airflow and are lighter and smaller than reciprocating air compressors, consistently making these air compressors the industry’s choice for on-board air,” said Gord Duval, VMAC’s vice president of Sales & Marketing.
Rotary screw air compressors operate by trapping air between 2 meshed rotors and reducing the volume of that trapped air as it moves down through the rotors. This reduction in volume results in compressed air, which mechanics and operators use for powering air tools, inflating tires, and numerous other applications.
Over half of survey respondents also rated the air compressor as the most important piece of equipment on their service truck, with UNDERHOOD™, gas engine drive, and diesel engine drive air compressors being the most preferred types of air compressor systems.
VMAC’s State Of The Mobile Compressed Air Industry Report is released annually to offer members of the service truck industry another resource to stay up-to-date on industry trends and make informed decisions for growth and success.
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