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STAND B80 MHM’s expanded line-up


New from MHM is an expanded range of products and related accessories related to its line-up of generators,


welders and lighting towers. These include bunded and transportable fuel storage tanks with 950, 2,000 and 3,000-litre capacities, a range of generator load-banks for testing from 1kVA to 100kVA, and a range sites distribution boxes for the events market and general hire applications. Also available is a selection of 110V site transformers in 3kVA, 5kVA and 10kVA, step-down tail leads and distribution cables. Products


highlighted on the


stand will include the MG 12000 compact 12kVA generator designed for use in welfare cabins, and the MG 10000 SSK-Eco, a 10kVA diesel generator that automatically starts and stops the engine according to power demand, which is claimed to reduce noise and fuel costs by up to 50%.


1 25/01/2017 14:44 Broad Datum line-up


Datum Survey Equipment will display items from its ranges of surveying and safety products and accessories, including cross-line lasers, optical levels and rotating lasers for external and internal applications. New introductions for 2018 will be unveiled and visitors will be able to benefit from special Show-only offers.


Comprehensive Brendon line-up


Brendon Powerwashers will display machines from its range of industrial pressure washers, which includes Bowserwashers available as petrol or diesel models with working pressures from 70bar to 500bar. The company also manufactures mobile units in diesel, petrol and electric versions, and high-pressure machines are available for cold or hot water applications.


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DIRTY WATER PUMPING WITH W ROBINSON & SONS


Tel: +44 (0)20 8559 6000 | Fax: +44 (0)20 8559 6001 Email: sales@pump.co.uk | Website: www.pump.co.uk Address: 35-41 Fowler Road, Hainault Business Park, Essex IG6 3WR


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