DEWALT® Expands 20V MAX* System with Inflator

DEWALT continues to expand its 20V MAX* System, now featuring over 180 products, with the 20V MAX* Corded/Cordless Inflator (DCC020I). For high pressure or high volume inflation or deflation, it features accessories and adapters for a variety of applications such as inflating tires, camping mattresses, sporting equipment, and more.

The DEWALT inflator takes convenience to a new level. When have you had the option of using a battery, a 12-V DC car outlet or standard 110V ACwall outlet?

NOW!

The 5.5lbs. 20V MAX* Corded/Cordless Inflator can be powered by a 20V MAX* or FLEXVOLT® Battery (DCB606, DCB609, or DCB612) from DEWALT, a 12V DC car outlet (12V DC cord included), or a standard 110V AC wall outlet**. Dual inflation modes allow for either high volume inflation or deflation or high pressure inflation providing a maximum pressure of 160 PSI or pounds per square inch.

Featuring a digital gauge with auto-shutoff, the 20V MAX* Corded/Cordless Inflator allows the user to pre-set the unit to the required pressure through an easy-to-use interface. In addition, the 20V MAX* Corded/Cordless Inflator includes a threaded chuck that provides a secure connection while an LED helps provide illumination. On-board accessory storage means that the included high pressure nozzle, Presta valve adapter, inflator needle, and a high volume tapered nozzle is easy to access. The 20V MAX* Corded/Cordless Inflator is a durable choice that also includes a high pressure-capable rubber hose and heavy-duty rubber feet.

Coming in summer 2018, the versatile 20V MAX* Corded/Cordless Inflator (DCC020IB, bare tool only) will be available where DEWALT products are sold and will come standard with a three-year limited warranty, one-year free service contract and 90-day money-back guarantee.

*Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18.

**Battery, charger and AC adapter sold separately.

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