Extreme Outback Offers First-Ever Submersible Air Compressor

Vacaville, CA - Extreme Outback Products goes off the deep end with its new ExtremeAire Triton. Believed to be the world's first submersible continuous-duty electric compressor, the fully sealed Triton has a 100-percent duty cycle and 6 CFM free-flowing output thanks to its 1.5-horsepower fan-cooled motor. The compressor puts out an impressive 2.6 CFM at 100 psi.

Like Extreme Outback's "normal" ExtremeAire Magnum compressor, the Triton has permanently lubed and sealed bearings, heat-dissipating cylinder coating and stainless steel hardware. Working pressure is 150 psi (80-amp draw).

Since it can be mounted in any position, the ExtremeAire Triton is ideal for off-road, RV, agricultural, military, construction and motorsports support. Duties include tire and air-suspension inflation, powering pneumatic tools, and actuating Air Lockers and train horns.

Specifications:
- 1.5 HP motor
- 80 amps @ 12.5 volts DC
- Continuous duty @ 150 psi
- 6 CFM @ 0 psi
- 2.6 CFM @ 100 psi
- Weight: 21 lbs.
- Dimensions: 16" long x 6" wide x 9" tall
- Available in 12 and 24 volts.

The ExtremeAire Triton won a Global Media Award at the 2009 SEMA trade show, selected by Australian magazine "Overlander 4WD" as its outstanding new product. MSRP is $649.95. The ExtremeAire Triton is backed by Extreme Outback Products' no-questions-asked 30-day money-back guarantee. Extreme Outback also has an extensive line of installation kits, fittings and pneumatic accessories.

For more information, please contact Extreme Outback Products, 866-447-7711, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., www.extremeoutback.com.

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Extreme Outback Products parts and kits are designed and tested to perform in the harsh Australian Outback. Most of its products have NATO stock numbers and are used daily by the U.S. and Australian armed forces as well as by many government municipalities. Extreme Outback Products are sold primarily in the United States but are also used in such remote places such as Uganda, Indonesia, Iceland, and The Falkland Islands.
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