Vanair partners with Lincoln Electric to create Air N Arc 330 Diesel 

Vanair Air N Arc 330 Diesel

In its first collaboration with Lincoln Electric, Vanair has developed the Air N Arc 330 Diesel all-in-one Power System. 

The machine includes a diverse range of functions, delivering 60 cfm of air power, 10,000 watts of AC electric power, a 330A, 12V/24V battery booster, 50A, 12V/24V/48V charger, and a Lincoln Electric 330 Amp DC multi-process arc welder featuring Chopper Technology.

“The Air N Arc 330 Diesel underscores our unwavering commitment to meeting the evolving needs of our customers,” said Greg Kokot, President of Vanair. 

The Air N Arc 330 Diesel includes a bolt-on-frame kit, incorporating fuel and a battery integral to the unit, attaching to the base of the machine. The innovation allows the unit to stand alone and be fully functional without being integrated into the chassis fuel system and battery. This also enables removal and installation on and off the vehicle, providing the option to leave the unit behind at the job site. 

The Air N Arc also features streamlined access to all functions through a single control panel strategically positioned for convenience and safety.

The EPEQ EPTO hydraulic system, powered by the Air N Arc 330 Diesel, offers a greener, quieter and more efficient means to run the hydraulics of a crane or boom truck with the truck turned off. 

As well, the Air N Arc seamlessly transitions into a hybrid system, harnessing Vanair EPEQ technology to improve functionality, including enhanced HVAC comfort during EPEQ Idle Management. It also facilitates effortless 12V and 24V charging and smart charging for higher voltage batteries. 

The Air N Arc 330 Diesel can power a level two EPEQ EV charger for emergency top-offs for other electrified equipment on the job site.

A cold weather package comes standard, ensuring peak performance even in the harshest conditions.

“The new Air N Arc 330 Diesel all-in-one Power System with its thrilling new options are scheduled for release in January 2024,” Kokot said. 

“We’re excited to introduce this innovation to our customers, setting a new standard in Mobile Power Solutions again.”