Battery Powered Air Compressors
Buy quality battery powered and 12v air compressors online from Hyundai Power Products.
Our range of Hyundai 12v Air Compressors are combined with jump starting technology, ideal for storing in the boot of your car for use in an emergency.
Our 12v and battery-powered air compressors can provide peace of mind, as you'll be able to jump start a flat car/van battery or pump up a tyre either in an emergency or for regular tyre maintenance whenever and wherever you are.
Many of our versatile air compressors in the range are equipped with LED flashlights, USB power outputs, and 12VDC power outputs, allowing you to charge your phone, vacuum and clean your car or operate work lamps, etc, when away from mains power.
Our range of portable air compressors are all covered by a Hyundai 2 year warranty.
Shop for tyre inflating air compressors with the official UK Hyundai distributor.
Battery Powered Air Compressors - FAQs
How long can a 12V air compressor run?
The runtime of a 12V air compressor varies based on factors like battery capacity, compressor size, and operating pressure. As a general guideline, most can run for about 15 to 30 minutes continuously before requiring a cooldown period. To extend runtime, maintain your battery, and consider spare batteries or recharging while in use.
What is a 12V air compressor used for?
A 12V air compressor is a portable tool used for tyre inflation, roadside emergencies, recreational gear, sports equipment, pneumatic tools, camping gear, and more. Its versatility makes it a valuable addition to various settings, from automotive to outdoor activities.
Can you use a 12V compressor for air tools?
Yes, you can use a 12V air compressor for air tools, but it has limitations. Choose compatible tools, monitor duty cycles, and consider power sources. For heavy-duty tasks, larger compressors may offer better performance.
Can a 12V air compressor fill a car tyre?
Yes, a 12V air compressor can fill most car tyres, but it's essential to consider factors like tyre size, compressor capacity, duty cycle, battery power, and maintenance. For larger or heavy-duty tyres, a more powerful compressor may be necessary for efficient inflation.