Equipment Dealer Service Department Reduces Mechanic's Truck Engine Hours, Idle Time & Fuel Use
EnPak's 40 CFM air compressor provides continuous air, even when running a one-inch impact wrench, compared to PTO-driven air compressors that require field technicians to wait for air to build up.
Field service technicians are trained from Day 1 to leave their truck's engine running in order to power the PTO, thereby powering all hydraulic and pneumatic tools needed in field repair. This adds more engine hours and wear to a truck's drive train than is necessary. A new, truck-integrated power source—EnPak® Mechanic Series designed and manufactured by Miller Electric Mfg. Co.—has proven to reduce engine hours, idle times and fuel use, and figures to substantially extend the life of a mechanic's truck at Brandeis.