Doosan Portable Power Introduces XP825/HP750 Dual Pressure/Dual Flow Air Compressor

The model delivers the pressure and flow options typical of two units in a single air compressor.

Tue March 15, 2016 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

The model delivers the pressure and flow options typical of two units in a single air compressor.
The model delivers the pressure and flow options typical of two units in a single air compressor.

Doosan Portable Power has introduced the Tier 4 Final–compliant XP825/HP750 air compressor.

Operating at either 825 cfm at 125 psi or 750 cfm at 150 psi, the model delivers the pressure and flow options typical of two units in a single air compressor. The variable settings of the XP825/HP750 are ideal for a wide range of applications that require day-to-day versatility, including general construction, road and bridge work, and pipeline pressure testing.

“The variable pressure and flow settings of the XP825/HP750 are controlled with a simple push-button keypad, allowing the operator to change from a low-pressure to a high-pressure setting in one easy step,” said Jeremy Bailey, air product marketing manager, Doosan Portable Power. “The ease of operation combined with the highest level of versatility, productivity and durability is a real value on any jobsite and the perfect complement to any rental fleet.”

The XP825/HP750 is powered by a Cummins QSB Tier 4 Final–compliant engine. Engineered with diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR), the emissions system is virtually maintenance-free with no regeneration cycles. This is especially important for rental companies where compressors are used by many customers.

Not only does the unit include a high-performance engine, but a Doosan-designed and -manufactured airend offers a highly efficient rotor profile that requires less horsepower to deliver high-volume cfm output. The result is improved fuel economy.

Lower fuel consumption is also achieved with the installation of a thermostatically controlled engine-driven cooling fan with a hydraulic clutch that only engages when required by higher operating temperatures. The result is better fuel economy and significant noise reduction. A 102-gallon fuel tank delivers nine hours of reliable runtime.

Another attractive feature of the XP825/HP750 is the redesigned control panel with simplified digital display and LED backlit gauges. The operator is able to select service intervals, language and other display options for improved operator interface and easy-to-understand machine diagnostics.

The exterior of the XP825/HP750 features the same quality engineering expected from Doosan Portable Power products, including a corrosion-resistant, galvannealed steel enclosure for an extended machine lifespan, one of the industry's largest access doors for ease of service, and a cool-box design that helps keep internal temperatures low. A heavy-duty A-frame detachable drawbar with multiple brake configurations increases towing stability while dual-axle running gear, fenders and lights ensure each unit is road-ready.

The XP825/HP750 is backed by a one-year/2,000-hour bumper-to-bumper warranty and a two-year/4,000-hour engine warranty. A five-year/10,000-hour powertrain extended warranty is also available.

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