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The EHA’s stand was appropriately located in
a stylish marquee.
as required. Woodlands, which also offers machines from FG Wilson designed to be retrofitted to
and other manufacturers, has a fleet ranging from 15-2500kVA and any make of portable toilet.
serves a diverse customer base including organisers of sports and Inbuilt sensors enable hands-free operation of the hot water supply.
leisure events, utilities and industrial users. Also on display was the
BGG Site Light 908 lighting tower, which has a maximum mast height The Event Hire Association was officially launched by HAE at the 2008
of 9m and four 1000watt metal halide lamps. Showman’s Show. This year, EHA’s stand was located in an impressive
marquee from member company Toby’s Tents, with lining supplied by
Oasis Tent Hire, and several other members had displays inside,
including software supplier inspHire, A-Plant, and John Brown
Arcotherm Caterhire, to illustrate the breadth of the Association’s membership.
(UK), part Andrews Sykes provided heating and cooling equipment. “Despite the
of Hire economic situation we have made progress,” said MD Graham Arundell.
Station’s “We now have 100 EHA members and they are benefiting from
Climate Hire services such as insurance and terms and conditions that are specific
and Sales to their industry. EHA is also networking with other event industry
division, organisations to promote the benefits of using Association members,
did brisk and we are developing industry specific training programmes.”
the Show. We began our review by saying how The Showman’s Show once again
Arcotherm showed its new Phoen indirect heater.
“We have proved positive for exhibitors and visitors. There should be an even
taken a lot of orders from marquee hirers and they are impressed by more upbeat atmosphere at next year’s event, on 20 and 21 October,
the breadth of our heating range, which now spans 28-200kW and as it will mark the twenty-fifth occasion the exhibition has been held.
can heat virtually any size of structure,” said Dave Matthews,
Commercial Director of Climate Hire and Sales.
The company displayed gas and oil versions of its new Phoen
indirect fired heater, which has a 96kW output and allows up
to 50m of ducting to be run directly from its nose cone.
Also shown was the new FR44 rotary moulded portable
dehumidifier, which has been developed especially to meet the
needs of the flood restoration market. Large wheels increase
manoeuvrability of the machine, which has a capacity of
44 litres per 24 hours and incorporates an hour meter.
Amongst machines promoted by Cool Services was the
slimline Zeus utility heater, which it is distributing to the hire
industry. The machine carries an IPX5 weatherproof rating,
enabling it to be used outdoors as well as inside. Powered
from a mains supply, its carbon fibre elements are designed to
give a more penetrating heat output. The machine turns itself
off after four minutes if its integral sensor detects no one in its
vicinity, and it can be used as a patio heater as well as in
offices, workshops and similar environments.
New products from portable sanitation equipment specialist,
Satellite Thal, include the 2010 version of its Mondo toilet.
It has slightly fluted panels to eliminate gaps between the
sidewalls and the tank, together with an up-rated door, hinges
and springs. The cabin has a ten-year guarantee against
cracking, splitting or fading. The manufacturer also launched its
HotWash II, an extremely compact 3kW water heater that is
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