The CPS 185 PDU portable compressors manufactured by Chicago Pneumatic feature a 49 hp interim Tier IV Perkins 404D-22 engine and a highly efficient, direct-drive air end that provides 185 cfm. The advantage to the direct-drive air end is that it requires less horse power to deliver the rated 185 cfm @100psi, which means that the compressor produces more air with less fuel. The working pressure on the compressor is easily adjusted from 58 psi up to 125 psi, according to the manufacturer.
Designed for reliability, flexibility and easy maintenance, the Chicago Pneumatic CPS 90 KD portable air compressors feature easy-to-use centralized controls located on the curb side of the compressor for operator safety. Delivering 88 cfm at 100 psi, the CPS 90 KD is powered by a water-cooled 24 hp interim Tier IV Kubota D1105 engine. Complete with a durable galvanneal steel enclosure, powder-coated finish for additional protection, torsion bar suspension, single point lifting bale, heavy-duty 13-in. tires, folding drawbar and 8.5 gal. (32 L) fuel capacity. Weighing only 1,225 lbs.
The CPS 275 KD portable compressor boasts a 74 hp (55 kW) Kubota engine and includes a sound suppressed enclosure and an easy-to-navigate control panel. The CPS 275 KD portable compressor boasts a 74 hp (55 kW) Kubota engine and includes a sound suppressed enclosure and an easy-to-navigate control panel. Chicago Pneumatic’s (CP) CPS 275 is the newest addition to the line of portable compressors, available now at CP distributors. It features a highly efficient airend that provides 271 cfm @ 100 psi.
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Compressed air systems can vary quite dramatically. However, there a few general components that should be considered essential to the successful operation of a compressed air system.