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Pramac races ahead

Making a guest appearance on Pramac’s stand was Scott Redding, who rides in the MotoGP World Championship for Pramac Racing. Amongst the products creating interest were the manufacturer’s latest GRW generators developed for the hire industry, which have Stage 3a engines and offer outputs from 20kVA to 560kVA. The 1,500rpm machines are designed for low levels of emissions and noise, and for easy service access. Also on display were the manufacturer’s lighting tower, and material handling

equipment from the company’s Lifter line-up. It was

recently announced that

American manufacturer, Generac, has taken a majority stake in the Italian company, PR Industrial, which owns the Pramac generator brand.

01270 445777 Loncin’s smooth operator

The LC3500i is new to Loncin’s range of inverter generators. With a rated output of 3.0kW, it is powered by a single-cylinder air-cooled engine and is designed to deliver a smooth flow of electricity that is suitable for sensitive electrical appliances. The 230V machine has an electronic

control system to enable it to run only as fast as the load demands, minimising fuel use and noise, and it is claimed to be able to operate for seven hours on a tank of fuel. Like other Loncin inverter generators, it can be connected in parallel and synchronised where there is a requirement for additional power.

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Hird robot goes telescopic

Hird UK showed an addition to its range of Winlet vacuum robots. Derived from the existing wheeled 350 model, the new 350 TH has been adapted for use as an attachment for telescopic handlers, so that greater lifting heights can be achieved when installing items such as glass panels, curtain walling, cladding or steel plates.

It has a maximum carrying capacity of 350kg and incorporates its own hydraulic system. The product has been developed as a solution at sites where height or ground conditions prevent the use of standard machines.

01482 227333 Arbil lifts its profile

Arbil exhibited at the Show for the first time. “Many hirers were simply not aware of the breadth of our services,” said General Hire Manager, Gary Lloyd. “We manufacture, sell, test and service a complete range of lifting, jacking and materials handling products, supplied nationwide. We had a good number of enquiries from visitors about servicing their existing equipment.” The company distributed copies of its 2016 catalogue, which also includes case studies of challenging projects where its equipment has been used, such as re-locating a lighthouse, steelwork jacking, supporting a replica Titanic anchor, and lifting a World War II Spitfire.

01384 424007 Blade’s compact addition

Blade Machinery launched the TP580 Camisa tracked dumper, a more compact sister machine to the existing TP680. The new model is designed to transport and tip loads weighing up to 800kg, with the capacity to lift and tip 600kg to a height of 1.5m. Its overall width of 70cm facilitates manoeuvring through narrow openings. Powered as standard by a Honda GX390 petrol engine, the machine has a fully hydrostatic transmission system, which is operated using a single joystick lever via a piston pump control unit. The track motors incorporate negative brakes for operator safety.

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