VMAC (Vehicle Mounted Air Compressors) has released a video that shows the Raptair-G30’s lightweight, rotary screw technology and explains how the new gas drive air compressor works.
"This demonstration video shows, in a very concise way, how the RAPTAIR-G30 gas drive works," says Mike Pettigrew, VMAC marketing manager. "Our goal is help our dealers and end-users through the decision-making process by demonstrating exactly why this product is so special."
The video was premiered at the 2016 NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry Work Truck Show where the air compressor was officially launched. The Raptair-G30 can now be ordered for any climate thanks to VMAC's cold climate kit specifically designed and engineered for the Raptair-G30 gas drive.
The company says the Raptair-G30:
* is half the size and weight of its competitors, freeing up cargo space;
* offers significantly better value than low quality piston compressors;
* is the most affordable rotary screw technology available; and
* is equipped with the WHASP tank, VMAC's patent-pending air/oil separator and cooler.
In addition, the air-end is backed by VMAC's lifetime warranty.
VMAC engineers and manufactures compact, powerful compressed air solutions for clients in the mobile mechanic, tire service, utilities, mining and gas, and construction industries.
Based in Nanaimo, B.C., VMAC is a division of Mangonel Investments Corp.
For more information, visit www.vmacair.com.