The World's First Propane Powered Air Compressor

The Twister T100 Propane is the latest addition to the Twister family of rotary screw air compressors, and the world's first propane-powered rotary screw air compressor.

Why Propane?

  • Portability and Versatility: Propane-powered air compressors are not reliant on electrical power, making them ideal for remote or off-grid locations where electricity might not be readily available. They are also convenient for mobile operations, such as construction sites or agricultural settings, where the need to move equipment frequently is common.

  • Fuel Availability and Storage: Propane is widely available and can be easily stored in portable tanks. This makes it a convenient fuel choice, especially in areas where other fuel sources might be scarce or difficult to transport.

  • Operational in Diverse Conditions: Propane-powered equipment can operate efficiently in various weather conditions, including cold environments where diesel or gasoline engines might struggle. Propane has a lower freezing point, ensuring reliable performance in colder temperatures.

  • Lower Emissions: Compared to gasoline and diesel engines, propane engines produce fewer emissions, which can be beneficial for both the environment and compliance with local regulations regarding air quality and emissions standards.

  • Cost-Effectiveness: Propane is often less expensive than gasoline or diesel. Additionally, propane engines typically require less maintenance and have a longer lifespan due to cleaner combustion, which can result in lower long-term operational costs.

  • Safety: Propane is a relatively safe fuel. It is non-toxic and poses a lower risk of contamination to soil and groundwater compared to gasoline or diesel spills. Moreover, propane tanks are designed to be robust and resistant to punctures.

  • Performance: Propane engines can deliver comparable power and efficiency to their gasoline and diesel counterparts. This makes propane-powered air compressors suitable for a wide range of tasks, from light-duty to heavy-duty applications.

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