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Sullair introduces mid-range series portable air compressors

Sullair introduces mid-range series portable air compressors

Sullair has launched its mid-range series of Tier 4 Final portable lubricated rotary screw air compressors — the first of its portable air compressors to incorporate electronic spiral valve technology. The series is designed for flexibility and efficiency, with the 800HH/900H model delivering 800-900 cfm at 150-200 psi, and the 920H/1100 model delivering 920-1100 cfm at 100-150 psi.

The mid-range series is the first portable product to offer the Sullair 23-Series variable capacity air end. The new series also offers two Tier 4 Final diesel engine options: a Caterpillar 7.1L and Perkins 1206J. The Cat 7.1-litre diesel engine replaces the previous generation's 9-litre engine. The 7.1-litre engine delivers the same performance in a smaller package, providing enhanced fuel efficiency. The smaller sized engine reduces the compressor's overall weight, making towing and maneuverability easier.
The flexibility of the Sullair mid-range Series covers the jobs of up to nine compressors. This makes it ideal for applications including pipeline work, construction, abrasive blasting, fiber optics installation, shipyards and more.
The series is designed for ease of use and serviceability. Other features include a 7" touch screen and multiple service doors with robust push-to-close latches. These provide easy access to all service components to maximize uptime and help increase worker safety. Users also have the option of adding Airlinx, which provides telematics and remote monitoring capabilities.

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