New Electric Air Compressors

Submitted: Wednesday, Jul 07, 2004 at 15:45
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I've just been checking out Opposite Locks website (new products section) and came across 2 new compressors they have. Holy bloody moly!!!!!

OASIS HP1000 and OASIS HP2000

These are 12vdc/24vdc units which have a huge current draw. They combine a winch motor with an air conditioning compressor and claim to be able to inflate a 35x12.50 R15 from 15 to 30psi in under 1 minute.

Has anybody got one/seen one in action?

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Reply By: Truckster (Vic) - Wednesday, Jul 07, 2004 at 15:54

Wednesday, Jul 07, 2004 at 15:54

Try these..

Clisby Air compressor. Series 5 .12 volt.

The difference between the series 4 and the series 5 is the size of the motor.

The series 4 is 1/3 Horsepower, the series 5 is 1/2 horsepower. They both pump at the same rate , but the series 5 will stay cool for twice as long as the series 4, giving double the duty cycle.

These are huge!, the best there is.

Massive 1/2 horsepower motor. Single cylinder compressor.

Awesome 2.5 CFM 12 volt motor. ( 24 volt also available, but they take 7 working days.)

Made in Australia.

35 Amp Current draw.

Pumps a 35 inch tyre from 8 to 35 PSI in 55 seconds.

20 minute duty cycle (at full load)

Recomended maximum of 80 PSI, but can go well past 125 PSI.

40 amp circuit breaker or thermal switch recomended for continous use.

The beer botle is for size comparison purposes only, no you can't a free beer.

inc GST within Australia
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Reply By: Member - Bradley- Thursday, Jul 08, 2004 at 18:27

Thursday, Jul 08, 2004 at 18:27
Sounds like overkill at work again, you can get a 3/4 horse 100% duty cycle 4 cfm compressor from the states for a few hundred bucks delivered. / etc all have the same types . They are what the 'homies' use for the airbag suspension systems in the lowriders / minin trucks.. Saw someone out here flogging them now for $500 or so..

The one you describe would be heavy and fairly cumbersome to install anywhere.

Someone on here once had a link to a mob in the states that fit screw compressors to GMC / f150 work utes, holy crapen crap, they had 2 models, one 75cfm, one 150cfm, the website had a video clip of 2 guys running a couple of large jackhammers off of one unit tearing up a street. Now thats a compressor...
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