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AIR SUPPLY OPTIONS FOR CLARK MASTS PORTABLE PNEUMATIC MASTS & CLARK MASTS TEKLITE TELESCOPIC LIGHTING MASTS

The telescopic mast, and specifically Clark Masts portable telescopic masts,
are an established device for lifting antennas, lamps, cameras and other items
requiring an elevated position for their satisfactory operation.
There are numerous ways of extending portable telescopic mast sections, of
which low pressure air is a very convenient one. Because air operated (pneumatic) masts are a
major part of Clark Masts product range, Clark Masts have paid particular attention
to providing their portable mast users with a range of options for air pressure
and mast control. Below are shown Clark Masts range of standard air system
components available.
Clark Masts Hand Pump Portable Mast Air Supply
Clark Masts Vehicle Air Supply
Clark Masts Power Pack Air Source/Masts Controller


PETROL POWERED, 12 OR 24 VOLTS DC AND 230/110 VOLTS AC OPERATED POWER PACK AIR SOURCE/MAST CONTROLLERS FOR RAISING AND LOWERING CLARK MASTS AIR-OPERATED TELESCOPIC PORTABLE MASTS

CLARK MASTS MODEL 30
Efficient control of raising and lowering a Clark Masts portable 
mast with remote control using 12 or 24 volt DC vehicle battery power
Clark Masts Model 30 12/24 Volt Air Source/Mast Controller Mast extension and retraction via optional 
hand held remote control on 2.5 metre cable.

P/N 25411: 12 Volts DC, 20 Amp max.
P/N 25412: 24 Volts DC, 10 Amp max.
Maximum Pressure: 1.7 bar (25 lbs/sq. in)
Output: 30 Litres free air per minute
Rating: 15 minutes at 1 bar
Dimensions: 132W x 270H x 220D mm
Weight: 8.5 Kg

P/N 25471: 12 Volt Remote Control
P/N 25472: 24 Volt Remote Control

The model 30 automatically maintains mast
pressure when the "UP" mode is selected,
releasing pressure only in "DOWN" mode.

Performance: PT9, 9 metre mast with 5 kg
headload to full extension, 50 seconds.

CLARK MASTS MODEL 30E
Economy model for efficient control of raising and lowering a Clark 
Masts portable mast using 12 or 24 volt DC vehicle battery power
Mast extension and retraction via panel
mounted switch.

P/N 11434: 12 Volts DC, 20 Amp max.
P/N 11435: 24 Volts DC, 10 Amp max.
P/N 25413: 230 Volts AC, Air Source only.
Maximum Pressure: 1.7 bar (25 lbs/sq. in)
Output: 30 Litres free air per minute
Rating: 15 minutes at 1 bar
Dimensions: 132W x 270H x 220D mm
Weight: 8 Kg

The model 30 automatically maintains mast
pressure when the "UP" mode is selected,
releasing pressure only when the air
release screw is opened.

Performance: PT9, 9 metre mast with 5 kg
headload to full extension, 50 seconds.

Clark Masts Model 30E 12/24 Volt Air Source/Mast Controller
CLARK MASTS MODEL EC200
Economy model for efficient control of raising and lowering 
Clark Masts portable masts using 230 volts AC mains power 
(requires additional air control valve,CBR1, P/N 1741 
for mast directional control)
Clark Masts Model EC200 230/110 Volts AC Air Source Remote mast extension and retraction via
optional air control valve (CBR1) and
power switch (not supplied).

P/N 10502: 230 Volts 50 Hz AC,
370 watt max (110 VAC special order).
Maximum Pressure: 1.7 bar (25 lbs/sq. in)
Output: 200 Litres free air per minute
Rating: Continuous at 1 bar
Dimensions: 510W x 265H x 335D mm
Weight: 23 Kg

For installations where 230 VAC is available.
Performance example: WT6, 21 metre mast,
full extension with 10 Kg headload, 130
seconds.

CLARK MASTS MODEL 200
Efficient vehicle mounted control of raising and lowering large Clark 
Masts portable masts using 12/24 volts DC power

Mast extension and retraction via optional 
hand held remote control on 2.5 metre 
cable. Automatic maintenance of air pressure.

P/N 10937: 12 Volts DC, 30-50 Amp max.
P/N 10938: 24 Volts DC, 15-25 Amp max.
Maximum Pressure: 1.7 bar (25 lbs/sq. in)
Output: 200 Litres free air per minute
Rating: 15 minutes at 1 bar
Dimensions: 312W x 265H x 490D mm
Weight: 26 Kg

P/N 25471: 12 Volt Remote Control
P/N 25472: 24 Volt Remote Control

The Model 200 automatically maintains mast
pressure when the "UP" mode is selected,
releasing pressure only in "DOWN" mode.

Performance example: WT6, 21 metre mast,
full extension with 10 Kg headload, 140
seconds.

Clark Masts Model 200 12/24 Volt Air Source/Mast Controller
CLARK MASTS MODEL PC200
Efficient mobile and field mounted control of raising and lowering
large Clark Masts portable masts using a petrol powered 
compressor (requires additional air control valve, 
CBR1, P/N 1741 for mast directional control)
Clark Masts Model PC200 Petrol Driven Air Source Remote mast extension and retraction via
optional air control valve (CBR1).

P/N 10503: 4 stroke petrol engine, 3 HP
Maximum Pressure: 1.7 bar (25 lbs/sq. in)
Output: 200 Litres free air per minute
Rating: Continuous at 1 bar
Dimensions: 675W x 358H x 310D mm
Weight: 27 Kg

For mobile and field installations.
Performance example: WT6, 21 metre mast,
full extension with 10 Kg headload, 130
seconds.

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