Pickup Trucks

Air N Arc 150

Bruce Smith July 12, 2010

Air N Arc 150 Power System

All-in-one welder/generator/air compressor/battery booster from Vanair is designed for light to medium industrial repair

The Air N Arc® 150 is the system to choose when weight is the issue but you still need to have a mobile shop in the bed of the your pickup.

This compact, efficient system’s air compressor utilizes a three-head cylinder design keeps temperatures minimized during constant duty air usage

Meanwhile, the Honda generator on the Big Boss’ Air N arc 150 provides 5,000 watts of juice to run the on-board welder or to power lights and electrical tools. Dead batteries? No problem. Flat tires? No problem. Need an air impact? Covered.

Air N Arc has your job site repairs and needs at your fingertips in a unit designed to be slid into the bed of any full-size pickup.


  • Available in either 8 gallon, 30 gallon, or Remote Tank configuration
  • Powder-coated
  • Reliable and easy starting Honda & Kohler engines
  • Electric start
  • Pure Sine generator for safe running of delicate equipment
  • Cast iron air pump (3 cylinder head design for better cooling)
  • 100% duty cycle high frequency welder
  • Amperage and power controls built into welding lead for ease of use
  • Two generator system allows multifunction of welder and electric tools
  • Auto throttle control
  • Braided stainless steel air supply hose
  • Integrated lift hook

• Integrated battery tray


Weight (lbs.) 425-465

Engine 13 HP Honda

Compressor Type Reciprocating

Generator Wattage 5,000 watts pure sine power 110V/220V

Welder Amperage 150 amps high frequency DC/CC at 100% duty cycle

Max Pressure (psi) 150

CFM Rating 20 cfm @100 psi Maximum pressure 150 psi

Air Storage Capacity 8 gallon, 30 gallon, or Remote Tank

Drive System Dual V-belt/serpentine

Fuel Capacity (gal) Honda 1.75 Kohler 4.5 or 11.5

Dimensions (8 gal – in.) Honda 17W x 51L x 29H

Product improvement is a continuing goal. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice or obligations.

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