New Chieftain compressors are leading the charge


Workshops that use air as a power source for tools must have a reliable compressor with adequate  capacity. 

A compressor that is too small starves the workshop of maximum performance and productivity. 

New Chieftain Screw Compressors from Industrial Air Tools have become a reliable backbone for many workshops and manufacturing plants. 

The compressors, which come in two sizes, 7.5kW (10HP) and 15kW (20HP), are ideal for smaller workshops or sections of larger organisations. 

The Chieftain screw compressors are a complete unit, with their own storage tanks and built-in refrigerated air dryers for quality air supply. 

They can be delivered Australia wide and have a full service and spare parts back-up. 

As a bonus, Industrial Air Tools are offering five rolls of 10m x 10mm ID air hose free with every screw compressor sold in September. 

Industrial Air Tools
Ph: 1800 62 72 82

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