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EXECUTIVE HIRE SHOW PREVIEW


So much more to explore


Many exhibitors have chosen the Executive Hire Show to launch their latest products for our industry. EHN previews just some of the new items you will see when you visit.


Bulldog from Belle


As in previous years, Altrad Belle has timed its latest product launches perfectly to coincide with the Show. New items include the Bulldog, a 20-litre hydraulic power pack which can be transported in an estate car.


The company will


also show a number of compaction plate additions, including the PCX60A which has a specially engineered baseplate designed to eradicate track marks on asphalt, and can be fitted with a water spray system. Also, the PCX20/45 and PCX20/50 plates are now available in a diesel option. All PCX models are designed for low HAV levels and have a patented mounting system to reduce exposure to vibration at the operating handle.


STAND D55 EasyCabin’s green addition


AJC EasyCabin will highlight its new Ecosmart Solar, a site welfare unit with hybrid technology to deliver sustainable energy to power the electrics. It has a patent- pending, solar power box control, offering on- demand power usage combined


STAND D10


with a special ‘Eco’ water system, so that hot water is always available without having to start the generator. The generator has a timed shut-off


system to avoid unnecessary fuel usage,


and internal lighting is PIR (passive infrared) activated via energy-saving LED lamps. The unit has an insulated wall and roof system with no cold bridging and a galvanised exterior with high impact resistance.


53 JCB to unveil new dumpers


JCB will show some of the first site dumpers to roll off the new production line at its World Headquarters in Staffordshire. The stand will include the 3-tonne 3T-1 swivel tip model, while the innovative 7-tonne Hi-Viz machine will be displayed outside at the Ricoh Arena entrance. They form part of a nine-machine range from 1-9 tonnes. Also making their Show


debut will be the manufacturer’s latest mini excavators with operating weights of 1.6 to1.9 tonnes, including the conventional tail swing 16C-1, the 18Z-1 zero tail swing 1.7-tonne model, and the conventional tail swing 19C-1.


STAND D25 Makita’s cordless power


Makita continues to expand its range of 36V cordless tools using twin 18V batteries for greater performance. The new LXT 180mm


DGA700 and 230mm DGA900 angle grinders have


brushless motors that will run at up to 7,800rpm and 6,500rpm respectively. Maximum wheel thickness is 7.2mm for the DGA700 and 6.5mm for the DGA900. Both have Makita’s Active Feedback Sensing Technology (AFT),


designed to shut down the tool if the rotation speed suddenly slows down. Also, Automatic Torque Drive Technology (ADT) changes the cutting speed according to working conditions. The new VC3211HX1


is a vacuum for Class H dust extraction. Powered by a 1,050W motor, it gives maximum sealed suction of 22.0kPa and air flow of up to 3.5m³ per minute.


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