XAS 38 KD $13,490*, XAS 48 KD $13,995*, XAS 68 KD $17,490*
The XAS 375 DD6 portable air compressor delivers 392CFM free air delivery and 102psi (g) normal effective working pressure.
The XAS range has been specially designed for heavy duty working environments such as the renovation industry (sandblasting) and quarries. They can assist in installing fibre optic cables, or be combined with combinations of pneumatic tools such as rock drills, hammers, to name a few. High altitudes and extremely high and low ambient temperatures are not a problem. Four pressure variants make these units fit for almost any application.
The XAS range has been specifically designed to perform in the harshest of work environments, and has the reputation for reliability and efficiency. Whether working on renovation projects such as sandblasting, or powering hand held rockdrills in a quarry, the robust construction of these units can withstand rough treatment and ensure long lifetime and high reliability. The highly efficient screw element is paired with either a COM 2 (C2) or the latest COM 3 (C3) compliant diesel engine ensuring low operating costs and high resale value.
Because compressed air is used in such broad range of applications, a wide choice of options is available to satisfy almost any requirement. Atlas Copco’s fully implemented Quality Management and Environmental Management systems in the design and manufacturing of these units fullfill the requirements of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001.
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*ALL PRICES EXCLUDE GST. Prices displayed are for the base models only; additional costs may apply for extras. Product must be purchased and invoiced prior to 31/07/2019. Sale price listed above does not include freight and/or shipping. Equipment will be available from the closest Redstar equipment branch. If freight and/or shipping is required additional costs will apply. Only while stocks last or until the promotion end date whichever occurs earlier.