Doosan Portable Power is expanding its small air compressor lineup with the introduction of the Doosan® XP185WDO. This high-pressure model produces 185 cfm and 125 psi, making it ideal for a variety of applications such as general construction, sandblasting, pneumatic tool operation, pipeline testing and fiber optic cable installation.
“Our customers have expressed a need for an air compressor that produces 125 psi and delivers the same productivity and reliability they receive from our popular P185 machine – we’re meeting that demand with the new XP185 model,” says Jeremy Bailey, air products manager, Doosan Portable Power.
The XP185 can simultaneously power both air and electrical tools when outfitted with an optional 4kW generator. The machine is equipped with two 120V duplex outlets with easy access on the curbside, rear panel of the air compressor.
“Many of our customers are also using small electric or rechargeable battery-powered tools and 4kW of generator power is enough to charge those tools or even a cell phone while on a remote jobsite,” says Bailey.
An onboard toolbox allows for convenient storage of both air-powered and electrical tools for safe transport and easy access on the jobsite.
Powered by a 74-hp Tier 4 Final-compliant engine, the XP185 provides reliable productivity and fuel efficiency that adds money to your pocket instead of your fuel tank. The high-performance Doosan D24 engine features a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) aftertreatment system that is virtually maintenance-free.
The XP185WDO maximizes jobsite productivity with a 10-hour runtime at 100 percent load. Dependable even in extreme temperatures, the XP185 provides a limited ambient temperature of 125°F, helping to ensure uptime in hot conditions.
The purchase of an XP185 includes a 1-year, 2,000-hour bumper-to-bumper warranty; 3-year, 3,000-hour engine warranty; and 2-year, 4,000-hour airend warranty. An optional 5-year, 10,000-hour Doosan extended warranty is available if genuine Doosan fluids and filters are used at recommended maintenance intervals.