The 380C is a truly-rated continuous duty, 12-volt, 200 PSI compressor. It is capable of filling a 5-gallon tank from 165 PSI to 200 PSI in 3-1/2 minutes consistently, while never pulling more than 16 amps of power (13.8 volts). It is the choice for those who wish to keep the strain on their vehicles charging systems to a minimum. Features include a standard stainless steel braided leader hose with inline check valve and insulated wiring for simple installation. Must be used with a 200 PSI or lower pressure, non-adjustable pressure switch when used with an air tank.
325C work with low amp draw. Features include a standard 1/4" NPT stainless steel, braided leader hose with check valve and insulated wiring for simple installation.
325C work with low amp draw. Features include a standard 1/4'' NPT stainless steel braided leader hose with check valve and insulated wiring for simple installation.
12 Volt Compressor; Viair; 325C Compressor; 150 PSI;
12-Volt Compressor; Viair; 325C Compressor; 150 PSI;
Air Lift Viair 325C Compressor - 150 PSI
VIAIR 325C COMPRESSOR-150 PSI
Air Suspension Compressor
Suspension Air Compressor
AIR SYSTEMS, SUSPENSION
AIR SYSTEMS; SUSPENSION
Viair Air Compressor
12 Volt Compressor
Air Lift 16190About Air Lift
“Necessity is the mother of invention.” To some, this might just be an old saying…but to GE Engineer Claude Pemberton and Oldsmobile Toronado developer Don Perkins, this was the start of Air Lift Company in Lansing, Michigan in 1949. Post-war automotive fascination meant that families were crisscrossing the country in their cars, usually loaded down with kids and luggage—causing the springs to sag badly. With this in mind, Air Lift Company set out to build a suspension that would not only help support an overloaded vehicle, but would also improve ride quality and safety…a state of mind that Air Lift still adheres to today.