Air Compressors

Experience Peak Performance with Mi-T-M Industrial Air Compressors:

Discover the power and precision of Mi-T-M’s industrial air compressors at Kepner Equipment. Engineered for excellence, our compressors redefine reliability and efficiency in industrial settings.

Key Features:

Robust Power: Mi-T-M compressors deliver consistent, high-powered performance, ensuring a reliable source of compressed air for a variety of applications.

Durable Construction: Built to withstand demanding industrial environments, these compressors boast rugged construction for long-lasting durability.

Versatility: From powering pneumatic tools to supporting manufacturing processes, Mi-T-M compressors offer versatile solutions tailored to your specific needs.

Energy Efficiency: Designed with a focus on energy conservation, Mi-T-M compressors optimize power usage, contributing to cost savings and sustainability.

Low Maintenance: Enjoy peace of mind with minimal maintenance requirements, allowing you to focus on your operations without unnecessary downtime.

Advanced Technology: Mi-T-M integrates cutting-edge technology to enhance performance, providing a compressor solution that aligns with the demands of modern industrial operations.

Custom Configurations: Our range of Mi-T-M compressors allows for custom configurations, ensuring that you get the right compressor for your unique industrial requirements.

Elevate your industrial processes with Mi-T-M industrial air compressors from Kepner Equipment. Explore our selection and experience the difference in power, durability, and efficiency that only Mi-T-M can deliver.

Portable Air Compressors

Portable Air Compressors

Featuring advanced technology, Mi-T-M portable air compressors are available in gas, electric, and diesel power with various tank capacities. Perfect for the contractor who relies on air power and the ability to transport equipment from one job site to another.

Stationary Air Compressors

Stationary Air Compressors

Often considered the fourth utility, compressed air is essential in many commercial and industrial settings. Mi-T-M manufactures a wide range of stationary air compressors in horizontal and vertical tank configurations. Each is designed to deliver optimal performance and ongoing reliability.

Air Compressor FAQs

We know air compressors and can help you find the answers to your questions.

The advantages are many and are summarized in the following list:

  1. Compressed air systems allow operators to control the air supply to meet the system’s demand making it more efficient than other power systems.
  2. Compressed air systems are easier and less costly to install than electrical grids and less demanding than hydraulic system lines.
  3. Pneumatic air tools have less maintenance and downtime than hydraulic tools.
  4. Typically, pneumatic tools weigh less than electric tools, which makes the tools more ergonomically friendly.
  5. Using a gas-driven portable air compressor allows for more versatility while using pneumatic tools than those that need to be plugged into an outlet.
  6. A pneumatic air tool’s initial purchase price is usually less than electric or hydraulic-driven tools.
  7. Air tools run cooler because the expanded air dissipates the heat of operation as the air passes through the tool. Air tools typically do not overheat and will have less maintenance and downtime.

No, it does not. However, after an install, you should power up the system from 0 to whatever the cut-off pressure is and check for any leaks that may be present.

To determine what size compressor will meet your requirements, you must establish how it will be used. For example, if you are using it to power air tools, you need to determine the CFM of each tool. There are many applications for air compressors. If you need help deciding which size is best for you, please get in touch with Mi‑T‑M at 800-553-9053; we will gladly assist you.

The highest minimum pressure requirement determines air pressure. For example, some tools consume more air than others. Tools such as pneumatic nail guns and staplers consume smaller amounts of air, while air grinders and sprayers consume larger amounts. Most tools have a usage rating for CFM consumption at a recommended PSI. This can be found on the tool itself or in the owner’s manual supplied by the tool manufacturer. Click here to view our Air Equipment Estimating Guide.