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VMAC shares 5-in-1 Multifunction Power System concept

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David Sickels is the Associate Editor of Tire Review and Fleet Equipment magazines. He has a history of working in the media, marketing and automotive industries in both print and online.

VMAC shared its latest prototype concept of a gas engine-driven 5-in-1 Multifunction Power System, powered by Honda, at this year’s The Work Truck Show in Indianapolis. The company says it plans to release the 5-in-1 system later this year.

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The new VMAC Multifunction Power System includes five components: a rotary screw air compressor, generator, welder, battery booster/charger and cold climate kit.

VMAC says it is the first manufacturer to design a multifunction system with Honda’s new iGX800 engine, which uses electronic fuel injection technology to deliver fuel efficient, high-output performance, while the engine’s 9.1:1 compression ratio generates power through rapid combustion without the need for premium fuel.

The 5-in-1 gas Multifunction system allows operators to use one function at a time, or all five functions simultaneously, with real-time load monitoring. The current concept provides up to 40 CFM at 100 PSI of compressed air, 8kW of electric power at 100% duty cycle, up to 250A of welding capability, 300A boosting at 13V, and 100A charging at 12V, 24V, 36V or 48V, the company says.

Check out all of our coverage of this year’s Work Truck Show here.

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