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Airdri Launches New Product Development Programme


Airdri marks its 40th anniversary in 2014 with the launch of a signifi cant new product design programme. Airdri will invest further into research and development to ensure that it continues to anticipate market trends and customer needs, as it extends its international export strategy and distributor networks.


Activity during the 40th anniversary includes:


• The launch of a new-look website in January 2014, designed for customers and distributors.


• A new product development programme to be unveiled at ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam 2014.


• A celebratory event for customers and distributors during ISSA/ Interclean Amsterdam 2014.


Bruce Philipps, Airdri’s Managing New Video Tutorials


from Trojan The Trojan Battery Company, a world-leading manufacturer of deep-cycle batteries, has launched two HydroLink™ 'Trojan Tips' video tutorials. They provide crucial information on installing and using HydroLink to water fl ooded batteries – an important maintenance


practice to maintain battery performance and longevity.


One video focuses on general installation of HydroLink on any type of equipment using the single- point watering system to simplify maintenance, while the second video focuses on installing and using HydroLink in a golf car. Both illustrate how to use either a hand pump or a regulated hose supply to water Trojan batteries.


These are the latest additions to the company’s 'Trojan Tips' video series, developed to provide in- depth information as well as expand awareness and understanding of deep-cycle battery technology. The public, as well as Trojan distributors, dealers and customers, can visit Trojan’s website to view a wide range of video tutorials and learn more about a variety of deep-cycle battery topics.


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Director, said: “Our customers are at the heart of our business development. Airdri is committed to an on-going programme of research and development, with environmental sustainability a key focus. We’re proud to be British engineering and design experts of 40 years standing, and are delighted to be expanding our innovative range and new market opportunities.


“Our products are available to Airdri’s own design or can be custom-made to the bespoke requirements of our


strategic partners. Whether a robust, cast iron hand dryer is needed to sustain high usage, or a quiet, contemporary dryer is preferred to complement stylish washroom facilities, we have a dryer to fi t every washroom environment.”


Airdri’s range includes the Elite, an ultra-slim, wall-mounted high performance dryer. Its stylish, contemporary design makes it perfect for modern washrooms, whilst enabling better access for users.


Bruce Philipps and the newly appointed management team also have responsibility for Airdri’s sister organisation, Formula Systems, an internationally recognised authority on infra-red door detection systems, combining innovative engineering and patented technology. Bruce Philipps is committed to the on- going growth of both businesses, as a family run, international operation.


www.airdri.com


“Since a deep-cycle fl ooded battery loses water during charging, water must be added on a regular basis to maintain life and performance,” said Vicki Hall, Trojan’s Director of Global Technical Support. “Watering batteries can sometimes be messy and diffi cult, so single-point watering systems, such as Trojan’s HydroLink, have been designed to make the job easier," she said.


Trojan developed the 'Trojan Tips' series to educate the public on a variety of important battery-related subjects, such as selecting the right battery, maintenance techniques and appropriate charging and equalization guidelines, are just some of the subjects addressed in the video tutorials.


www.trojanbattery.com


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