Chicago Pneumatic launches toughest ever range of portable compressors

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Chicago Pneumatic introduces a new range of portable air compressors designed for use in extremely harsh conditions and environments.

Red Rock is the toughest ever range of portable air compressors launched by global construction equipment manufacturer Chicago Pneumatic with all models equipped with highly durable polyethylene canopies as standard as well as featuring a lightweight and quick-to-service design, making them ideal for extended periods of use in the most challenging and rugged construction sites around the world.

Manu Claes, spokesperson for portable compressors at Chicago Pneumatic commented that their portable compressors have taken a massive leap forward in durability with the release of the Red Rock range. The canopies were able to withstand a range of falling objects from bricks to logs, passing the toughness test with flying colours. Operators can rest assured the compressors are highly protected especially when exposed to harsh environments, ensuring performance over time and increased longevity.

Key features and advantages of the Red Rock portable air compressors include polyethylene canopies making the compressors remarkably lightweight, with all models weighing in at less than 750kg for easy towing by a standard passenger car; compact design taking up less space on site, and transportable on a single truck; and two models equipped with a built-in generator as standard, and weighing less than 750kg.

Red Rock compressors offer added peace of mind with a simple maintenance process that ensures service is just a matter of minutes, not hours without any need for special tools. The compressors only require a simple service every 500 hours or annually. Available in a working pressure range of 7-12 bar, and flow range of 2-5 m³/min, the new Red Rock range offers a choice of 10 models.

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