VMAC to introduce G30 gas-engine-driven air compressor to the rental market at The Rental Show
"There's been tremendous growth in the equipment rental market in recent years, and the market is expected to continue to grow over the next ten years," says Mike Pettigrew, VMAC's Marketing Manager. "VMAC has responded to rental customers' requests for a lightweight, compact and powerful air compressor for short-term jobs, and the G30 is the perfect solution."
The VMAC G30 produces 30 CFM at 100 percent duty cycle, which means no time is wasted waiting for air, and no air receiver tank is required. This allows operators to work more productively, and complete jobs faster. The G30 is lightweight and compact, weighing just 205 pounds, making it ideal for mobile applications.
Common tools powered by the VMAC G30 include ¾-inch impact wrenches, backfill tampers, 2-inch horizontal grinders, chipping hammers, die grinders and more. The G30 is popular with light- and medium-duty mobile mechanics, mobile tire service technicians, and light-duty contractors.
"We're very excited to enter the rental market with the VMAC G30," says Pettigrew. "As part of the G30 launch, VMAC will be exhibiting for the first time ever at the American Rental Association's The Rental Show in New Orleans this February."
VMAC will be exhibiting at the Rental Show, February 19 – 21, in booth #2631. The VMAC G30 will be on display in the booth.
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