Air Compressor from Doosan Portable Power
Utility equipment: Doosan Infracore Portable Power announce the new C185 gasoline powered portable air compressor.
Utility supplies: Doosan Infracore Portable Power announce the new C185 gasoline powered portable air compressor. Using a Kubota four cylinder 49 HP gasoline engine, the C185WKUBG maintains the same design, quality, and performance of 100 psi and 185 cfm just as the diesel C185, while providing the new alternative fuel source of gasoline.
This alternative fuel design lowers the acquisition cost and provides a T4 Final alternative while continuing to provide the power and productivity you expect from Doosan Portable Power.
Doosan understands that not everybody can make that financial leap to tier 4 final right away so we want to provide you with cost efficient solutions that still pack the power and reliability you are used to. The C185 gasoline fueled compressor can provide price conscience buyers a lower acquisition cost vs diesel and still provide the same legendary power and performance you rely on. The C185WKUBG is powered by a gasoline Kubota engine, that uses the same diesel engine block efficiently engineered to run off gas. The C185WKUBG portable air compressor features a single-piece canopy that is lockable, lightweight, aerodynamic and made of virtually indestructible composite material. A compact design combined with superior mobility from torsional running gear, with a 54 inch track width make this compressor easier to tow and more maneuverable in tight areas, while also offering ruggedness and reliability over rough terrain. Its cool-box airflow design allows cool air to enter through the rear and wash over the internal components, keeping temperatures low.
In addition, the C185 portable air compressor uses engineered composite materials and a three step-paint process to provide high corrosion resistance and ensure longer life of the unit. The fenders, bumper and canopy are engineered with high-strength plastic.
The conveniently located curbside controls and service valves keep operators away from traffic for added safety. The control panel is accessible and operational with the canopy open or closed.