Extreme Outback Products introduced the ExtremeAire Triton, which it says could be the world’s first submersible continuous-duty electric compressor. For uses that include air-suspension inflation, powering pneumatic tools, and actuating air lockers and train horns, the fully sealed Triton has a 100% duty cycle. Crucial components include a 1.5-horsepower fan-cooled motor and other parts shared with Extreme Outback’s “normal” ExtremeAire Magnum compressor: permanently lubed and sealed bearings, heat-dissipating cylinder coating, and stainless steel hardware. The ExtremeAire Triton can be mounted in any position. The 21-pound compressor’s working pressure is 150 psi (80-amp draw). Twelve- and 24-volt models are available. (http://www.extremeoutback.com)