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New Chieftain air compressor leads the charge

17-05-2011
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Chieftain air compressors, from Industrial Air Tools, has recently released a new 7.4kW diesel piston air compressor.

This industrial workhorse features an electric start engine, cast iron pump, two cylinders and a free air delivery of 480L/Min (17cfm).

In addition, the CTX-20K has a high pressure output of 12.4 BAR or 180PSI which is ideal for applications in the heavy tyre industry and other applications requiring increased pressure.

This compressor is just the machine for powering the air systems of mobile repairers, tyre fitters, installers, mine workshops and anywhere where electricity is not available as a power source.

See the air tool trade specials brochure inserted in Industry Update or visit www.chieftainair.com.au for the full range.

Industrial Air Tools
Ph: 1800 62 72 82
www.iatps.com.au

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