At HoriZon Truck & Body Ltd., we provide a large range of equipment to help you customize your businesses fleet. For mobile businesses that use an air compressor regularly, such as for filling tires or powering tools, an underhood air compressor is a worthy investment. These VMAC products free up cargo space by moving your large air compressor and integrating it with your engine. This means you won’t ever have to worry about hauling your air compressor, as it simply goes wherever you go. Learn more about the features of the VMAC underhood air compressor down below and feel free to give us a call for any further information.
About VMAC: Company Profile
VMAC is a leader in designing and manufacturing mobile air compressors and multi-power systems. Our skilled team works hard to improve the mobile air industry and uses state-of-the-art equipment to manufacture excellent products. Learn more about VMAC.
Add Cargo Space
By moving your air compressor, your compressor is integrated with your truck’s engine and available at all times. This allows for additional cargo space to store more equipment, tools, inventory…you name it! VMAC compressors are mounted under the protection of the vehicles hood which limits moisture and corrosion extending the life of the compressor. When properly maintained, VMAC compressors should last for the service life of your vehicle.
Handle Any Job
Our VMAC rotary screw compressors are powerful enough to handle any job. They provide continuous high volumes of air to run your pneumatic tools including grinders, air guns, impact wrenches, pavement breakers, post pounders, and more.
Whether it’s an ice cold winter or a blistering hot summer, our VMAC underhood compressors can perform in any weather condition. They are designed to provide reliable compression no matter where you are.
Optional Automatic Standby Mode
Our optional automatic standby mode for the Underhood 70-G helps you save fuel while protecting the environment. Using an advanced control system, your truck engine will automatically turn off and on based on the demand for air. This lowers stationary fuel consumption and hours spent on your engine idling.