The Atlas Copco 400 Series CD T4F is single-stage, oil-injected, air compressors, powered by a liquid-cooled, four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine.

The units consist of an air end, diesel engine with exhaust treatment, cooling circuit, air/oil separation and control systems - all enclosed within a sound dampened HardHat™ enclosure.

A range of undercarriage formats, factory and locally installed options are available.

Special attention has been given to the overall product quality, user friendliness, ease of serviceability, and economical operation to ensure best in class cost of ownership.

Optimize your fleet investment, improve utilization and get a higher return on investment. If you are using multiple machines to cover flow demands between 340-440 cfm and pressure ranges from 100-200 psi, then now is the time to stop.

View and/or Download XAVS 400 CAT T4F: Brochure / Datasheet




PACE technology provides variable pressure capabilities...

The intuitive PACE system (Pressure Adjusted thru Cognitive Electronics) gives you the most options from a single compressor. The Xc2003 controller is the secret behind our “versatility range”. These compressors can work on various pressure settings, thanks to the built-in PACE technology. One compressor can power handheld tools at 100 psi, deliver 150 psi for sandblasting or 200 psi for cable blowing.

The Xc2003 also holds more parameters that help you get the most out of your compressor. Full diagnostics, insight into your compressor’s utilization and information about planned maintenance. It’s all there.


Working pressure psi 200
Free air delivery cfm 395
Max. unloading pressure psi 225
Min. working pressure psi 58
Air compressor outlets   2 x ¾” & 1 x 1 ½“
Max. sound pressure level @ 23’ (7m) dB(A) 76
Model   Caterpillar C4.4
Number of cylinders   4
Emissions regulation US EPA Tier T4F
Output at rated speed (2400 rpm) hp 155
Aspiration   Turbocharged
Engine speed (unloaded) rpm 1500
Engine speed (maximum loaded) rpm 2200
Capacity and consumption    
Fuel tank capacity US gal (l) 52 (197)
Fuel consumption @ 100% load gal/hr (l/hr) 6.8 (25.7)
DEF tank capacity US gal (l) 5.7 (21.7)
DEF consumption @ 100% load gal/hr (l/hr ) 0.30 (1.1)
Dimensions and weight    
(trailer/Skid mounted)
Length in 161 / 113
Width in 71.5 / 71.5
Height in 70 / 65
Weight (wet) lbs 4708 / 4616

Applications & Use Cases

Pneumatic Directional Boring

DrillAir Y35 - field test 10

Pneumatic Directional boring refers to smaller-diameter bores over shorter distances while horizontal directional drilling, or HDD, indicates larger diameters and longer distances.

PDB and HDD are trenchless technologies that use surface-launched equipment to drill underground horizontally and install pipes, conduits, and cables. These processes can be air-driven and are used in numerous industries, such as utilities and telecommunications, at sites in dense, urban areas and/or where traditional vertical excavations are too dangerous (e.g., under bodies of water).  

  • Can be employed to install underground utilities
  • Allows operators to drill horizontally controlling the direction of drill
  • The compressor powers the hammer at the end of the drill and uses air to clear dirt and debris

General Construction

Pneumatic breaker RTEX

The units were tested both in lab and field conditions to ensure optimal performance. It’s designed to withstand the toughest working conditions. We have a mobile compressor for any indoor or outdoor application. On top of peace of mind, you'll also gain low noise levels, small footprint, fuel efficiency or zero diesel emissions, high resale value, easy to use and intuitive controllers... and much more.

The 400 cfm range extends the compressor oil service interval to 1000 hours or once every two years. Reduced service intervention and longer life of consumables reduces total cost of operation and increases availability.


Atlas Copco Portable Energy - Sand blasting

Sandblasters are used to clean difficult substances like rust or paint from solid surfaces like metal. In order to choose the correct compressor unit for sandblasting it is important to understand that the compressor doesn’t simply provide a single burst of air. It must sustain the pressure needed for the specific equipment and operation. The compressor needs to have the right air volume. Too little and it won’t be able to keep up with your job, too much and you will have paid for capcity you don't need.

  • Integrated water cooling system available