Mobile inflation for dunnage air bags

AutoflatorSometimes you just need to be mobile, most times actually. The Autoflator lets the user become truly mobile while inflating those heavy dunnage airbags. It's easy to use will increase the productivity of loading the trailer.

Typically, when loading a trailer with dunnage, the loaders hold down the air bag inflator trigger during inflation. For the whole time. Do you know how big and heavy duty those paper airbags can be? Well, it kills productivity and slows down the loading process. Not good on the operation, not good on the bottom line. We're losing money here!

Dunnage inflation made easy

Enter the Autoflator, and yeah it works just like it sounds. It's as simple as pressing the foot pedal to start the inflation process. While the air bag is inflating the loader can step away and get other things done. Here comes the best part. When the inflatable bag is finished being inflated...the inflator turns off. This process also lets the bags reach their optimal air pressure. No more relying on the operator, the mobile machine does it for you.

The Autoflator is made with the safety of the end user in mind. Loaders can stand safely out of the zone of inflation, increasing safety at the dock. The unit operates on a clean/ dry compressed air source and requires no batteries.


  • Increases loader productivity
  • Turns off automatically
  • No batteries needed
  • No recharging or downtime
  • Optimizes dock safety
  • Set to your desired pressure


  • 20 foot coiled hose
  • Ergonomic foot pedal- no bending
  • Powder painted safety orange
  • One year limited warranty
  • Specifications:
  • Max Pressure: 15 PSIG
  • Hose Length: 20 ft
  • Unit Weight: 25lbs

5 step process to inflate

IPS Packaging knows dunnage bags

We have a complete selection of airbags and inflators that can help keep your products from moving all over the place. They're great at filling the void between a pallets and reducing product damage.

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