The MOBILAIR M125 is a powerful and economical complete package full of additional innovative details, such as an energy-saving fan and the capability to infinitely adjust maximum pressure in 0.1 bar steps in response to the required maximum flow rate.
The Mobilair M 125 can be specifically tailored to meet the needs of the relevant application thanks to the wide range of optional compressed air treatment components available. Moreover, the selection of chassis with run-on brake, as well as stationary models on skids or machine mounts, makes the M 125 perfectly adapted to suit any work environment.
The ability to switch over manually from idling to full load operation ensures a reliable, gentle start when operating the unit in cold ambient conditions. Furthermore, the monitoring system can automatically shut the compressor down if necessary.
The MOBILAIR M 125 is well-equipped for continuous construction site duty, even under the harshest of conditions. Even the standard versions are capable of operating in an ambient temperature range from -10 °C to +45 °C. The optional low-temperature version features engine coolant preheating, and synthetic cooling fluid is used for the airend.
The optional synchronous three-phase generator (IP 54) is available with a power of 13 kVA. According to power requirement, the brushless and maintenance-free generator can be switched over from continuous operation to energy-saving automatic start. The generator control panel is protected by a lockable cover. The maximum compressed air delivery can be flexibly adjusted according to required power generation via the electronic SIGMA CONTROL MOBIL compressor controller.
The optional aftercooler cools the compressed air to 7 °C above ambient temperature. Accumulated condensate is able to drain away easily, as the aftercooler is installed at an angle, whilst the hot exhaust gases from the engine are also used to aid condensate evaporation. Versions with the additional option of return heating enable infinite adjustment of the desired temperature.