Less downtime with Alliance air compressors


Reduce lost time from on-site tyre troubles with a compact Alliance heavy duty 12 or 24V DC air compressor.

Small enough to mount under the seat of a motor grader or on the mudguard of a tractor, these powerful little compressors can get your tyres back to the correct pressure without that long wait for the service truck.

Alliance DC compressors, from Industrial Air Tools, can also be used for braking systems on small trucks and utes, automatic lubrication systems and pneumatic gear changes.

Assembled, tested and serviced in Australia, these compressors are not 4-wheel drive accessories, they are heavy duty models designed to give long life in quarry, mining, civil engineering, transport and industrial applications.

Industrial Air Tools sales engineers can provide expert advice on all applications.

Industrial Air Tools
Ph: 1800 62 72 82

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