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Kaeser Rotary Screw Air Compressors
DV Systems Piston Air Compressors
Omega Fire Sprinkler Air Compressors
Who We Are
Both companies are privately owned family operation’s which have become industry leaders in the automotive & industrial industry. We specialize in automotive equipment, air compressors, body shop supplies, paints, aftermarket sheet metal parts and much more.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long is my air receiver (tank) good for?
There is no fixed answer for this question. There are local statutes as well as rules defined by your insurance company. A rule of thumb is 25 years, although this can vary greatly depending on the environment. A good method of extending the life of your receiver is to drain it daily of water or install an auto-drain.
Why doesn’t my air compressor produce as much air as it used to?
The most common cause is bad valves. It is also important to check your entire system for higher air consumption or leaks.
Why does the safety valve on my compressor pump make a “popping” sound?” is locked Why does the safety valve on my compressor pump make a “popping” sound?
This is most commonly an indication of bad valves. Depending on the model valves could be rebuilt or replaced.
Why does my compressor leak air when the compressor shuts off?
Most air compressors have a one way check valve between the compressor pump and the air receiver. When the compressor shuts off the check valve prevents the high pressure air from traveling back from the receiver to the pump.
Why is there water in my airlines?
Water is present in the air. When the air is compressed all that water comes with it. Temperature and humidity determine how much water there is in the air. Click here to get a fuller explanation of water and other contaminants in the air lines. However, if water in your air lines in something new, then there is a failure somewhere in your air systems.
Why does the safety valve on my tank blow off?
This is caused by a pressure switch improperly installed, set too high or malfunctioning. Safety valves do not normally fail on their own.
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MPS Metro & The Fender Factory Can Master Your Automotive Needs
If great service, excellent quality and over 40 years of combined experience and knowledge are important for your automotive requirements, then MPS Metro Automotive and Industrial Products and The Fender Factory are just what you need! We are one of Ottawa ‘s largest “One Stop” auto body suppliers in the automotive industry.