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Barrus shows new Yanmar engines

E.P. Barrus, which this year is celebrating its centenary, showed new additions to the Yanmar L-Series of air-cooled diesel engines. These L-V variants have been designed for situations where the forthcoming Stage V emissions regulations have to be met. The L48V, L70V and L100V have

respective maximum outputs of 4.7, 6.4 and

9.1hp, and they have the same footprint and dimensions as the existing L-Series models, facilitating installation into a broad range of machinery. The company has also announced that it will be re-locating to a 16-acre site on

the Graven Hill Development, just to the south of its current premises in Bicester, after a seven-year search. MD Robert Muir said, “Our growth plans have been constrained by the size of our existing premises and it has always been our intention to expand if possible within the Oxfordshire area.” Barrus expects to occupy the new site in 2019.

01869 363636 EasyCabin’s energy-savers

AJC Trailers’ stand was dominated by its Ecostatic 24 welfare unit, which provides canteen facilities for up to eight people, and also includes a toilet/washroom, drying room and an office area. Designed for energy efficiency, it incorporates low-voltage sensor technology so that power from the 12V battery is constantly maintained at the maximum output.

CLM previews generator range

CLM Construction Supplies showed a variety of equipment from the manufacturer, Worms, to gauge potential interest from visitors. Models on display included compact generators with outputs of 2kVA and 4kVA, from a range that extends to 250kVA. Other products available include portable inverter models and a selection of pressure washers.

0844 800 1750 Ultimate model from Morris

Morris Site Machinery displayed its TL90 Ultimate lighting tower, a variant of the existing TL90, which was previewed at the Executive Hire Show. It offers a longer running time of up to 265 hours’ continuous operation, as well as telemetry options. Chief Executive

Also displayed was an EcoSmart 12 mobile unit, which can

accommodate six personnel and has a system to ensure that hot water is kept available for up to four hours without having to run the on-board generator again. The model on show was delivered immediately after the Show to Lincolnshire-based SRP Hire Solutions.

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Chris Morris told EHN that several hirers and end users have been trialling the machine to provide feedback before it enters production in September. He added that three more new machines are in development, one of which will be launched at the Showman’s Show at Newbury in October.

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