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Doosan Portable Power Introduces Two New Tier IV Final Air Compressors

Productivity is maximized by a full-color digital display that puts the operator in complete control, eliminating the need for continual machine monitoring.

Wed April 09, 2014 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The HP750WCU and XP825WCU are fully Tier IV Final-compliant large air compressors, and are powered by a Cummins QSB6.7 Tier IV Final engine.
The HP750WCU and XP825WCU are fully Tier IV Final-compliant large air compressors, and are powered by a Cummins QSB6.7 Tier IV Final engine.

Doosan Portable Power is introducing two new models of Tier IV Final air compressors. The HP750WCU and XP825WCU are fully Tier IV Final-compliant large air compressors, and are powered by a Cummins QSB6.7 Tier IV Final engine. A diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and selective catalyst reduction (SCR) aftertreatment system has replaced the diesel particulate filter (DPF) system used in previous Tier IV interim models, making these machines virtually maintenance-free, according to the manufacturer."By combining the latest engine technology with easy-to-use, easy-to-maintain features and a compact footprint, the HP750 and XP825 are engineered to deliver the power and versatility needed to meet the demands of challenging job site conditions," said Rus Warner, manager, global air products, Doosan Portable Power. Producing 750 cu. ft. per minute (cfm) at a rated operating pressure of 150 lbs. per square in. (psi), and 825 cfm and 125 psi, respectively, the HP750 and XP825 are practical for general construction, abrasive blasting, or pipeline pressure testingNot only do the HP750 and XP825 sport high-performing engines, but both models also benefit from a cool-box design that improves performance when operating in high ambient conditions, eliminating long cool-down periods and extending the service life of the machine, according to the manufacturer.A large fuel tank offers nine hours of runtime at full load. Placement of the fuel tank over the axles provides better balance when lifting or towing, regardless of fuel levels. Towing is further improved by heavy-duty tandem axle trailers and 7-gauge steel fenders for reliable, stress-tested transport.Productivity is maximized by a full-color digital display that puts the operator in complete control, eliminating the need for continual machine monitoring. Back-lit LED gauges provide instant access to critical information needed to optimize uptime and ensure efficient machine operation. Side-by-side oil coolers allow for easy cleaning, while wide service doors provide safe access to routine service points.For more information, visit doosanportablepower.com.




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