Featuring Makita’s CXT technology, the company’s new MP100DZ 12Vmax Inflator is a compact and lightweight tool, perfect for a range of applications.
The Inflator includes a range of accessories and boasts a number of features designed to improve ease of use.
The new MP100DZ has a maximum air pressure of 830kPA (121 PSI) and can discharge as much as 10 litres of air per minute, making it a powerful tool suitable for tasks such as inflating vehicle and bicycle tyres, as well as inflatable beds, loungers, sports balls and toys.
The tool comes with a range of adaptors, to fit every need – which can be stored in the tool’s in-built storage section.
The MP100DZ includes a digital pressure gauge, which can be set to bar or PSI, and an auto-stop function, which will stop the tool from inflating an item past the pre-set target pressure.
The inflator also includes a thermal cut-off, to protect it from overheating.
Matt Chilton, Product Manager – Tools at Makita, commented: “Makita’s new 12Vmax CXT Inflator is a powerful, yet compact and lightweight tool for use across a number of applications.
“The inflator has been designed with ease of use in mind – amongst other features, the Inflator has high stability at ground level and includes an LED job light for improved visibility, ideal should you ever need to inflate a tyre in the dark.”
The MP100DZ is a body only machine; batteries and chargers supplied separately.
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