American Eagle introduces lightweight air compressor at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020
The 40P combines aluminum and steel to control the weight of the unit
American Eagle has released its 40P compressor, a lightweight hydraulically-driven air compressor. The 40P is a reciprocating compressor that uses a combination of aluminum and steel to control the weight of the unit which weighs in at 240 pounds.
Due to this, an operator is not sacrificing unit payload while still producing a maximum air output of 40CFM and up to 150PSI of air pressure.
By being direct-driven off of a hydraulic motor, there is no need for belts that require replacement over time, saving the operator time and money. The hydraulic requirements to operate the compressor fit most applications at 12 GPM and 2100 PSI.
Consistent with all American Eagle Air Compressors, the 40P comes standard with: a heavy-duty crankshaft for smooth operation and long life; stainless steel reed valves for heat resistance and longevity; flip-top lid for easy service access; and canister air filters for easy replacement during preventative maintenance.
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