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Doosan Portable Power Platinum Series P185 Portable Air Compressor

February 18th, 2013

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The Platinum Series P185 portable air compressor from Doosan Portable Power is powered by a high performance 48-horsepower Tier 4 Interim John Deere or Yanmar diesel engine. The P185 air compressor provides 185 cfm at 100 to 125 psi. The noise level of the P185 air compressor has been reduced by 50 percent. Fuel efficiency has been increased by 21 percent, providing for a 10-hour full load runtime on one tank of fuel. Both cooling capacity and altitude performance have been improved. Tool box space is increased by 33 percent over the previous model, allowing for generous tool storage extending the full length of the frame. Ease of maintenance is assured with a spinon separator element, designed-for-service component locations and electronic engine diagnostics capability. The P185 has been engineered with a remote separator element, which is a simple, spin-on design that eliminates the need to enter the separator tank and prevents spillage during oil changes.

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