Viair Chrome 444C Air Compressor (200PSI)

VIAIR 444C Chrome Compressor Chrome Plated Finish VIAIR's 444C air compressor features a newly-developed head assembly, with a patent pending…

  • 030010100

  • 44432single

  • Limebug

  • In Stock

£189.95

VIAIR 444C Chrome Compressor

Chrome Plated Finish

VIAIR's 444C air compressor features a newly-developed head assembly, with a patent pending intercooler head, and is capable of a maximum 200 PSI with a 100% duty cycle to power an air suspension system or any other application you may have. The 444C compressor kit includes one 12-volt Chrome or Stealth Black VIAIR 444C air compressor, which is also equipped with a stainless steel braided leader hose with an inline check valve.

Note: Use thread sealant for proper installation.
Teflon tape is not recommended. Properly sealed,
recommended torque is 12 to 15 ft. lbs.

Features:
- (1) 444C (Chrome or Stealth Black) Air Compressors
- Intercooler Head (Patents Pending)
- (1) Air Filter Assemblies
- (1) Remote Mount Brackets
- (1) Sets of Remote Mount Fittings
- (1) Sets of Spare Air Filter Elements
- (4) Sets of Nuts, Bolts, Washers and Lock Washers
- (1) Stainless Steel Braided Leader Hoses with Inline Check Valve

- 12-Volt
- Permanent Magnetic Motor
- Duty Cycle: 100% @ 100 PSI (50% @ 200 PSI)
- Max. Working Pressure: 200 PSI
- Max. Air Tank Size: 10.0 Gallon
- Max. Amp Draw: 40 Amps
- Ingress Protection Rating: IP67
- Dimensions: 10.87"L x 4.2"W x 7.06"H (Each Unit)
- Net Weight: 21.60 lbs.


Product Code: 30010100
OE Code: 44432single
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