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EXECUTIVE HIRE SHOW PREVIEW continued


Pop-Up Pushes forward


Pop-Up Products will show its new Pop-Up Push series of push-around scissor lifts, which recently went into full production. Designed for interior work on commercial buildings, they offer a maximum lift capacity of 240kg, are 700mm wide and weigh from 275kg depending on model. Auto-locking brakes do away with the need for outriggers, and a platform-mounted battery condition indicator is included. The largest model, the Push10, gives a 3m platform height.


Shindaiwa’s advanced line-up


Making its Executive Hire Show debut, Shindaiwa Ltd will be exhibiting a range of welder-generators in the UK for the first time. On display will be three models with welding outputs of 165, 200 and 300A. The ECO165UK and ECO300UK models feature an advanced system of auto-idle. After a period of inactivity, it automatically sets the optimum engine speed for the job being undertaken, without first running at maximum rpm, thereby reducing fuel consumption, noise and engine wear. The trailer-mounted ECO300UK has a noise level of 88 dB (LWA) and has a large, 37-litre capacity fuel tank which is able to provide up to three days use. It also has a 3-phase 415V, 8kVA supply for operating welding equipment in addition to its standard, single phase 110V CTE, 3kVA output.


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