Featuring a new electronic controller as opposed to the mechanically controlled engines on the previous DLT1302 version, these innovative portable compressors are powered by Cummins-Engine QSB 4.5 rather than the Deutz-Engine.
The C85-14 to C140-9 models in the range have been designed and built to withstand punishing operation in construction, civil engineering and surface mining sites. The C110-9 to C140-9 portable compressors provide respectively 11.3 and 13.3 m3/min. of air at 8.6 bar for multi-tool construction site applications and also have 7, 12 and 14 bar derivative models.
These compressors meet the requirements of large scale blast cleaning of concrete or steel structures, building demolition and refurbishment, civil engineering activities such as rock bolting or ground stabilisation, and drilling activities in surface mining and geo-technical exploration.
Electric generator options can also be added for powering lighting for night time operations or ancillary electrical tools to further increase their utility to contractors and the hire companies who supply them.
These new portable compressors benefit from Compair’s continuous investment in the latest computer aided design (CAD), powder paint plant, sophisticated manufacturing processes such as CNC rotor grinders, and rigorous implementation of ISO 9001 approved quality systems.