Originally manufactured by American IMC, BelAire Compressor is now a proud division of Atlas Copco, the world’s largest air compressor manufacturer. BelAire Compressor offers a full range of competitively priced stationary and portable piston, gas drive, and rotary screw compressors.
Most Belaire air compressors are made in Rock Hill, South Carolina using domestic and globally sourced components.
Select CRAFTSMAN power tools, hand tools, lawn and garden equipment, and storage are being made with pride in the USA with global materials. They're bringing job opportunities and pride in craftsmanship back to America.
Select Craftsman portable air compressors are made in Jackson, Tennessee using globally sourced components.
From their humble beginnings in 1977 to their current 60,000 SF manufacturing & distribution facility, Eaton Compressor produces and sells their products, including both rotary screw air compressors, as well as piston air compressors, to thousands of businesses across North America.
Eaton air compressors are made in Englewood, Ohio using domestic and globally sourced components.
EMAX maintains engineering, service support and manufacturing in the USA. By placing American workers first and monetary gain second, EMAX has built a world class manufacturing operation and patented breakthrough solutions in the compressed air industry.
Select EMAX air compressors are made in the USA using domestic and globally sourced components.
In 2004, while many companies were moving their manufacturing operations out of the country, J-Air partnered with JWF Industries. Their new 800,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility offers cutting-edge engineering, over 300 certified welders, tubular and sheet laser cutting, CNC machining, and a state-of-the-art powder coating line.
J-Air air compressors are made in Johnstown, using domestic and globally sourced components.
Jenny manufactures a complete and extensive line of hand carry, single and two-stage wheeled portable, service vehicle, industrial stationary, base plated mounted, climate control and fire sprinkler air compressors.
Jenny air compressors are made in Somerset, Pennsylvania using domestic and globally sourced components.
Founded in 1971 the Mi-T-M Corporation is located in Peosta, Iowa where pride and workmanship are tradition. Their state-of-the-art facility spans nearly 1 million square-feet and includes 23 production lines with 11 in-line quality testing stations.
Most Mi-T-M air compressors are made in Peosta, Iowa using domestic and globally sourced components.
Oasis offers a comprehensive product line of 12 & 24 volt DC on-board air compressor systems and components to meet the most rugged requirements for service trucks, contractors, military applications, agriculture, off-road vehicles & vehicle air suspension systems.
Oasis DC powered air compressors are made in Laguna Hills, California using domestic and globally sourced components.
Founded in 1920 at Quincy, Illinois, the company still manufactures all their piston compressors at their Quincy factory. They offer single & two stage reciprocating air compressors, both portable and stationary for heavy duty home, contractor & commercial use.
Most Quincy air compressors are made in Quincy, Illinois using domestic and globally sourced components.
As a 3rd generation Wisconsin manufacturer, they've built a reputation for providing contractors with compressors of the utmost quality & craftsmanship. They offer a large line of hand carry, wheeled portable and stationary electric & gas powered air compressors.
Most Rolair air compressors are made in Hustisford, Wisconsin using domestic and globally sourced components.
Since 1915, Saylor-Beall has manufactured industrial quality, two stage air compressors. They use American sourced cast iron & parts to give their compressors the quality they are known for, and their state of the art manufacturing facility uses eight computer numerically controlled machining centers to form the cylinders, crankshafts, connecting rods, crankcases, cylinder heads, intercoolers and manifolds as well as other parts that make up their air compressor pumps.
Saylor-Beall industrial air compressors are made in St. Johns, Michigan using domestic sourced components.
Sullivan-Palatek Inc., offers the industry's widest range of electric and diesel portable rotary screw air compressors. In 2010 Sullivan-Palatek completed the merger of two divisions into their new facility in Indiana. This strategic move has enabled them to produce all portable and industrial compressors, as well as air ends, in one location.
Sullivan-Palatek air compressors are made in Michigan City, Indiana using domestic and globally sourced components.
Wind Compressor is a family owned company that strives to provide high quality, environmentally friendly, affordable products. Their windmills harness wind power to produce free storable compressed air without gas or electricity.
Wind Compressor windmills are made in Unity, Maine using domestic and globally sourced components.
Each US manufacturing job creates up to 5 other well paying American jobs, such as, American raw material production, equipment manufacturing, management & clerical work and warehousing, shipping & handling jobs. Even simple assembly work creates additional jobs.
Buying American made also helps the environment, because US manufacturing creates less pollution than products made in foreign countries with less regulations.
Any brands marked with a gold star indicates that some (or all) of their air compressors are made in the USA using 100% domestically sourced materials. The silver icon indicates they are assembled in America using both domestic and imported materials, and the bronze icon indicates they are assembled in the U.S. using all imported materials.
Overall the above 13 Our list includes 13 companies that produce some of the best portable & stationary; light duty, contractor & industrial compressors and more. Brands scored a combined rating of 'Made in America'.
The manufacturers on this page might produce the same type of tools in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices or product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.
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