The Bushranger® Max Air III Compressor has been engineered and designed with quick and easy in mind. It is basically the perfect 12v Air Compressor for any occasion. If you need to inflate or deflate your tyres, the Bushranger Max Air III has you covered. It is also ideal for any onboard air compressor needs. Simply hard mount it in the vehicle and attach it to a tank and away you go as it has an inbuilt pressure switch so it will turn on and off as needed. Ensuring you always have a supply of air available.
The Bushranger 12v Air compressor range also includes the ever-popular BlackMax Air which is a great smaller option.
Bushranger Max Air III 12v Air Compressor Features Include:
- Flow rate: 72 LPM
- Maximum Pressure: 150 psi
- 12 volt motor and air pump
- Trigger style inflation gun with locking lever
- Built in deflator button on trigger
- Pressure Switch: On: 0 – 120 psi ( +/- 5% ) | Off: 150 psi ( +/- 5% )
- Thermal overload protection
- Back-lit Large Digital Display
- Heavy Duty power lead and 40A inline fuse for compressor protection
- 2.5m power cord and 9m flexible fiber reinforced air hose with an 11.5m reach
- Built-in on-off switch
- Removable rubber mounted base-plate disperses vibration and is removable for hard mount applications
- Hard mount kit to permanently mount compressor, dry sump allows for multiple angle mounting.
- Quality manufactured and accredited to International ISO9002 Standards and conforms to AS/NZS1044
- 3 additional nozzles
- Robust Carry/Storage bag with additional pockets for extra items.
- Accessories and spare parts available (sold separately)
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The Bushranger Max Air range of air compressors have been around for what seems like forever and have gained a bit of a reputation as being just about unbreakable. The Max Air III is the newest and largest compressor in the Bushranger line-up. Sure, they aren’t the fastest air compressor around, but they were never designed to be. Rather, Bushranger designed them to be compact and lightweight, meaning they can be packed up easily into their storage bag and take up very little space in the back of your 4X4.
From previous comparison tests, we’ve found the Max Air III to run cool, and have an extremely accurate digital gauge (click here to read the comparison). In a recent trip away to the Myall Lakes in NSW, we decided to take another look at the Air Max III and put it through its paces, inflating a range of tyre sizes on the four vehicles we’d taken on the trip.