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    CompAir C 105-14 Specifications & Technical Data (2003-2008)

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    Volume flow: 10.5m³/min – Max. pressure: 14bar – Weight: 2200kg – Engine manuf.: Deutz – Engine type: BF4M1013EC – Engine power: 111kW

    Technical specs - C 105-14 CompAir

    Specification

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    • Volume flow 10.5 m³/min
    • Max. pressure 14 bar
    • Weight 2200 kg
    • Engine manuf. Deutz
    • Engine type BF4M1013EC
    • Engine power 111 kW
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    Basic model

    Special equipment

    • Automatic lubricator
    • Compressed air recycler
    • Combination of micro filter ZTV-SIB

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