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Industrial professionals rely heavily on air compressors for various applications. Air compressors are used to power pneumatic tools, valves, cylinders, medical devices and a variety of other equipment. Regardless of the specific application they are being used for, compressors must be of the highest quality in order to meet stringent safety and health standards, and also reduce maintenance and energy costs.
For small air users, the compressor industry is often hard to navigate.
Today, the use of compressed air is prevalent in many industries due to its safety, reliability, and energy efficiency. Compressors can withstand the harshest applications and environments without compromising performance—however, not all compressors are equal in regards to the benefits they provide.
As a leading manufacturer of rotary vane compressors, Mattei is frequently asked why we offer vane compressors while most others companies offer screw compressors. Rotary vane compressors offer a number of advantages to long-term energy use. In addition, rotary vane compressors present many financial benefits over traditional screw compressors.