New portable models for 2007

Published:  15 February, 2007

Compressor manufacturer, CompAir, has given distributors and customers a sneak preview of its new range of portable compressors.  The products, currently undergoing field trials to test their durability in tough, hardworking environments, were showcased at a series of open days, held at CompAirís headquarters in the West Midlands.   

The new portable compressors are easy to tow and manoeuvre around site. Significant investment has been made to reduce their noise output, and all are fitted with Cummins engines to ensure good fuel consumption. The new machines will be officially launched during the first half of 2007. 

CompAir is building on its popular C35-10 to C76 range with the new lightweight C38 and C42 and C50 portable screw compressors. Fitted with long life exhaust emission controlled engines, the new portables feature automatic engine speed, air intake regulation and an easy to use control panel. 

CompAir also showed models from its Turbo Screw range.  The models on show included the C160TS-12 and the C210TS-12 with output levels of 565cfm/170psi and 750cfm/170 psi respectively.

Mike Perkins, manager of CompAirís Portables and Tools Division commented:  ďGiving distributors and customers a sneak preview provides an excellent opportunity for us to get feedback on the new machines.Ē


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