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EXECUTIVE HIRE SHOW PREVIEW continued


STAND A85


STAND A22


Trime’s Battery option As well as displaying its


X-Eco LED compact lighting


tower, Trime UK will invite visitors to examine its new X-Eco-Battery model that


has been developed to enable users to benefit from zero fuel costs, no carbon emissions and little routine maintenance, whilst eliminating noise. Up to 12 units can be transported on a typical truck. Last summer,


a specialist lighting hire company trialled several of the battery powered machines at a number of high- profile festivals, events and


shows, and reported a very positive response


from event managers who noted the impact of low noise and zero carbon emissions. Also on show will be Trime’s new X-Chain, a dual


voltage (110V/240V) 7m lighting tower that can be linked together and powered from a single source such as the mains supply or a generator. Up to ten machines can be connected to create a line of lighting towers for construction sites, outside events and trackside use.


The Preparation Group takes the floor


The Preparation Group will show its new MSS 150 multi-surface stripper for floor removal tasks. The machine has a 1.8kW motor and a range of interchangeable tools are available, including blades, chisels and picks for different applications. The 15cm wing-tipped blade lifts is designed to lift sheet materials such as vinyl,


while the flat tile blade can remove tiles, asphalt and screeds, and the pick breaks out concrete. The MSS 150 has a wide angle of operation and is adjustable to suit both the user and the particular application.


STAND X19 New DART treble


DART Tool Group has launched three new products to supplement its Red Ten range of diamond blades and cores. These include an abrasive blade, an asphalt blade and a multi-purpose concrete blade.


The abrasive blade, called the AC-Duo, is a fast-cutting dual-purpose product. Its laser-welded segments are designed to


increase safety as well as performance and blade life, while cooling holes provide heat dissipation. The AS-10 asphalt blade is targeted at users cutting extremely abrasive materials, including cement screed and lignacite blocks. Its U-gullet design improves air flow which, in turn, dissipates heat and gives rapid swarf clearance. The MGP-10 concrete blade is a general purpose professional model designed to offer high cutting speeds and long life, and it has a 10mm segment height.


THIS IS THE FUTURE Yanmar stage 5 ready engines are designed with the future in mind


SEE US ON STAND A63


7 & 8 February 2018 RICOH ARENA, COVENTRY


With Yanmar you make the safe choice Long life cycle DPFs DPFs mounted in multiple positions Available as base engine or power pack Specialist team to assist with safe transition


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