From “small” air to “big” air, the broad range of Sullair portable air compressors is ready to tackle applications in nearly every segment. From construction and landscaping to oil and gas and industrial, the Sullair portable air compressor lineup offers a range of engine options, pressures, and flows from 185 to 1600 cfm and 100 to 500 psi.
The Sullair 185 is the workhorse of our elite mobile fleet, producing 185 cfm at 100 psi. Fully optimized and ready to hit the road, the 185 Series features a heavy-duty design and is easy to service and maintain. The 185 Series is available with multiple engine options, including Caterpillar, Perkins and Kubota. The 185 is ideal for low-pressure applications, such as demolition, clay and trench digging, sprinkler blowout, general building and road construction, demolition, and other general construction use.
The Sullair 375 Series includes the 375H, 400HH, and 425H models—all designed to get the job done. The 375 Series provides 100, 150, and 200 psi options with dual-pressure capabilities at the turn of a switch. Sullair also offers multiple engine options in the mid-range, including Caterpillar and Perkins. The compressors include a compact design for easy towing and maneuvering and extended runtime of up to 10 hours at full load. Aftercooled and filtered options are also available.
The Sullair 375 Series is ideal for both high- and low-pressure applications. Suitable applications can include fiber optics, well drilling, abrasive blasting, pipeline/utility/communications line work, general construction, or even plant backup air.
For jobs requiring high volume air power, Sullair has you covered with multiple options from 600–1600 cfm and 100–500 psi. Of note are the 900XHH/1150XH and 1600H portable air compressors, both powered by the Sullair 25 Series air end. These compressors provide versatile operation delivering a wide range of pressure and air flow options for your most extreme demands.
Sullair offers both electric and diesel-driven engine options in this range, including Caterpillar and Perkins diesel engines. Big air compressors are perfect for blasting, painting, drilling, industrial, pipeline, and plant backup air.
THREE PILLARS SINCE SINCE 1965
Founded in Michigan City, Indiana, in 1965, Sullair has manufactured air compressors for 55 years. Today, we continue to serve customers in nearly every corner of the globe through our extensive global distributor network. Since our founding, we’ve manufactured our compressors with three pillars in mind: reliability, durability, and performance.
Reliability. Customers who work with Sullair have found that the intangibles make all the difference—things like trust, confidence, and peace of mind. They go to work every day having full faith in their equipment, as well as the knowledge that dedicated distributors and Sullair personnel have their back every step of the way.
Durability. Bulletproof. Built to last. However you spin it, Sullair compressors are in it for the long haul, driven by the design of the legendary air end. At jobsites all over the world—from construction to mining and more—you’ll find Sullair compressors that have stood the test of time, running consistently today like they did on day one.
Performance. Sullair is constantly innovating to improve performance. For our portable compressors, this means machines engineered with features designed to help maximize your business potential including:
- Compact designs for easier storage and maneuverability
- Increased energy efficiency to maximize run time
- Largest compressors include easy access connections to external fuel sources making long-term operation possible
Reliability, durability, and performance is a promise we keep with every machine we make. Sullair portable air compressors are in it for the long haul, and proof can be found on jobsites around the world.
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