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EXECUTIVE HIRE SHOW PREVIEW continued


Solutions from Makita


Makita will promote its various Solutions packages targeted at power tool users. These include accredited training courses on the correct and safe use of equipment, and guidance on dust control products and techniques. Another Solution, aimed at fleet owners, is the Service + initiative, a five-year package that provides a free two-year no cost repair service, with a further three years protection, whereby the owner’s repair costs are capped at a maximum charge. Products to be shown on Makita’s stand at the Show will include the new 7kg HM1111C hammer drill with AVT anti-vibration technology, and the 447L and 447M wet and dry dust extractors. Amongst accessories and consumables on display will be diamond blades, drill bits, abrasives and other consumables.


Latest R2 Access additions


R2 Access will be launching two new products at the Show, both from Hy-Brid Lifts of America. The first is a 4.2m push-around scissor lift designed to facilitate service access to components such as the pump and batteries. It has a full entry gate and a sleep mode that detects when the machine has not been used for a certain time and shuts it down, thus saving battery power. The other newcomer is a 4.2m self-propelled version that includes an extension deck, pneumatic tyres, full height entry gate and an internal troubleshooting guide for ease of maintenance. The machine is based on the prototype that the company displayed at last year’s Show, and has been produced to meet subsequent demand.


EXHIBITOR STAND A75


EXHIBITOR STAND D25


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