25 March 2020, 15:07
VMAC has released the Stacked G30 Air Compressor, a vertically-designed 30 CFM rotary screw air compressor, powered by a Honda GX390 gas engine.
The VMAC Stacked G30 forgoes the traditional horizontal design of a gas drive air compressor and stacks the compressor vertically instead. The result is a rotary screw gas drive air compressor that has a footprint of just 2.5 square feet on the truck, making its footprint 59% smaller than competitive models.
In addition to being compact, the VMAC Stacked G30 is especially lightweight, weighing 210 lb. When compared to competitive gas driven air compressors, it is 52% lighter, offering over 220 lb. of weight savings on the truck.
“Upfitters and customers looking to right-size and lightweight their service trucks were the inspiration of this new stacked design,” explains Gordon Duval, VP Sales & Marketing at VMAC. “The new Stacked G30 was mindfully designed to fit perfectly in modern service trucks, either in the rear compartment or in the bed of a pickup truck.”
Designed to produce 30 CFM at 100% duty cycle, the Stacked G30 air compressor does not require a large air receiver tank, providing on-demand air, so operators can get jobs done faster and without interruption.
The Stacked G30 gas drive air compressor is backed by industry-leading warranties. The rotary screw air compressor comes with VMAC’s Limited Lifetime Warranty, while the Honda GX390 gas engine is protected by Honda’s 3-year engine warranty.
“The innovative vertically-designed G30 creates maximum space-savings and helps give service bodies a clean, sleek look,” says Gordon Duval. “With the launch of VMAC’s Stacked G30, customers can now choose the most compact and lightest gas engine rotary screw air compressor on the market.”