I work for Parker Hannifin, a $12B industrial products company that has been in business for over 50 years. We have delivered well over 20,000 nitrogen generators for a wide variety of uses. You would probably be surprised to learn that the majority of those applications are outside of nitrogen tire inflation. While we have provided thousands of generators for nitrogen filled tires, we have provided even more for industrial applications. Packaging your potato chips. Packaging foods. Blanketing paints and solvents. We understand nitrogen tire inflation, and are commited to the technology now and in the future.
Why do I think this is important? Welll, due to the downturn in the economy, the nitrogen tire inflation market has lost some fairly reputable competitors recently. I have had to deal with customers who bought equipment from these vendors, only then to find out it is no longer supported. You can rest assured that will not happen with Parker Hannifin, and your equipment will be supported until it has reached its usable life.
Some of the companies that have chose to exit the nitrogen tire inflation market (and some are very, very reputable) include Ingersoll Rand, Purigen98, Air Products/Ultrafill, Nitronics, etc. Don't compromise your business by not dealing with the best.