SLTDP-41 towable diesel air compressor
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- Customized diesel engine
- High protection level with long service life
- They are designed to run tools that generate more power than
- They are easier to maintain
- Withstand the toughest working conditions
|Coolant Volum (L)
|Diesel Engine Mobile/Forklift
|Oil Content (ppm)
|Rated Air Displacement Pressure (Mpa)
|Lubricating Oil No/Volume L
|Rated Flow (m³/min)
|Exhaust Temperature (℃)
|Flow Adjusting Rang
|Oil Working Temperature
|Pneumatic throttle adjustment, step-less speed control
|Service Time for Filters (Diesel Engine)
|First time 50 hours, later every 500 hours
|Air Intake Way
|Working Environmental Conditions
|Altitude≤1200m；Ambient Temp: -10℃—35℃. Relative humidity: 60%, Site angle≤30°
|Ambient temp≥-10℃, the engine can start smoothly without any low temperature staring device
|Star Battery Capacity/V
|Number of tires
|Average Oil Consumption
|Diesel Tank Volume (L)
|Engine Oil Volume (L)
|Dimension (mm) L*W*H
|2200*1560*1400 (with traction)
|Outlet Pipe Diameter
|Total Weight (T)
|Screw Oil Service Time
|First time 500-hours, after every 2000-hours
|Service Time for Filters
|First time 500-hours, after every 2000-hours
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Everything You Need to Know About Towable Air Compressors
Overview of Towable Diesel Air Compressor Buying Guide
Air compressors are an economical and versatile way of powering various air tools. No matter which industry you are in, a towable air compressor will offer you the efficiency, portability, and relative quietness that you deserve to get your jobs done in the best possible manner.
As it is with any business equipment, you need to think about the needs of your projects to match the specifications of the tow-behind air compressor that you need for the job.
If you get an air compressor that is too small, you may end up seeing your tools not operational, and you may also waste time recharging your air tank.
On the other hand, if you go for an air compressor that is too large, you get extra weight and space that may be a bit expensive for no reason.
The best thing about a towable air compressor is that it offers portability that will allow you to move between sites with ease.
Towable rotary-screw air compressors come in various air volume production and pressure ratings that match the air needs of different air tools you may have in your workshop or job sites.
As far as air volume is concerned, towable air compressor manufacturers agree that the most applicable model is the 185-cfm towable air compressor for contractors.
These potent units can power two tools at the same time and are best for applications, such as pavement breaking, underground hole boring, and testing and cleaning pipelines.
But since the high profile, large capacity tasks, such as deep drilling, sandblasting, bridge painting, among others that require 800 cfm and above are always for few contractors; you will find that these high cfm towable air compressors are usually rented.
Things to look out for when buying a towable air compressor.
If you are anticipating buying a new tow-behind air compressor, the following tips will help you make a well-thought purchase and use the machine effectively in completing your tasks.
Usually, you would want to make sure that your tow-behind air compressor is working optimally, and these are what you need to do to make it happen.
- Keep the air compressor in a well-ventilated place.
Air compressors should be allowed to “breathe.” In other words, these machines are designed to allow air to travel through them in one way or the other.
Therefore, you need to make sure that air passes through the cooler, the heat exchanger, and out of the machine in the best possible way if you want it to operate optimally.
- Inspect the hoses thoroughly.
Take time to look at the hoses to determine whether there are holes or possible rupture points. In addition to that, you should make sure that the hose connection is made in the right way. Also, check if the safety chain is attached to high-pressure air compressors.
If there is any connection failure, the safety chain helps to keep the hose attached to the towable air compressor.
The hose should be straight without any twists or turns, and its length should be as short as possible. As much as the hose length does not impact the cfm, you may lose some pressure as a result of friction.
- Keep the tools lubricated at all times.
Remember to oil your tools through ports or in-line oilers, which are pitchers-like parts that fir on the hose between the air tool and the hose or between your air compressor and the hose.
Most air compressor manufacturers sell in-line oilers as after-market components.
- Set the system psi to meet the requirements of your air tools.
If you care about the longevity of your tool, you need to get this right. One rule of thumb has it that every 20 psi above the recommendations of your manufacturer decreases the life span of the tool by half.
- Make sure the air compressor provides the right cfm
Cfm is a factor that will help you determine the number of air tools you can operate using a diesel-powered towable air compressor and the power it can provide. Each air tool is given specific cfm requirements for optimal functionality.
There is no explicit formula that can be used to calculate the cfm demand, but you will always find the recommended ratings on your air tools.
You only need to ensure that the towable air compressor can support the most demanding tools, such as c sanders, cut-offs, grinders, and other air tools that should be used continuously without waiting for pressure to build up.