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EasyCabin and SRP Hire are overflowed with enquires from Floodex
Exhibiting under their EasyCabin brand, AJC Trailers were delighted with the interest shown in their range of temporary and mobile welfare units at this year’s Floodex exhibition.
Mark Samuel, AJC’s National Account Manager explained, “After exhibiting at Floodex 2016, we came to the decision that the show was more focused on hire rather than purchase, which made us cautious about returning for the 2017show. However, when one of our hire customers called us to see if we were interested in sharing their stand we thought this would be a great idea.”
EasyCabin displayed their energy saving Eco Smart 12Xtra mobile welfare unit, which provides environmentally beneficial welfare facilities for up to eight persons.
Right from the opening of the show AJC’s rental client, Lincoln based SRP Hire Solutions, began receiving a number of hire enquiries, and encouragingly, many of these enquiries were for potential hires right in their immediate area of operation.
Mark continued, “We also received quite a few purchase enquires. The weather outside was thrashing down with rain so it was quite apt that the show was called Floodex!
Over the two days, AJC and SRP Hire were delighted with the number of enquiries they have to follow up.
Floodex 2017 is an annual trade show, held at the Peterborough Arena, aimed at the differing types of contractors and agencies who may have to tackle the effects of flooding.
SRP Hire have two outlets, in Kirby in Ashfield and Lincoln, they offer a full welfare package covering the East Midlands, for both the construction and event markets.
TecQuipment pass the test with Hatz
TecQuipment, a leading manufacturer of technical teaching equipment for engineering, are continuing to use two Hatz air-cooled diesel engines for their engine test bed product.
The company first designed and developed their Test Bed TD200 back in 2006 and it remains a popular product for Universities and Colleges. The TD200 incorporates either a Hatz 1B20 or 1B40 engine, with both of these engines are used in a variety of mobile and stationary operations due to their compact installation dimensions and low weight.
The TD200 is designed for safe and effective studies and demonstrations of four-stroke, single-cylinder diesel engines. It has been modified for use with optional Pressure (ECA101) and Crank Angle (ECA102) Transducers and Engine Cycle Analyser (ECA100).
TecQuipment lead mechanical engineer, Jack Rawling said, “We needed an engine that was air-cooled, reliable,
and around 3.5kW. The IB range is easily modified to accept a cylinder pressure transducer. For me, as the
engineer in charge of the production design of our thermodynamics range, the engine design has remained
constant and is always been available, which means I’ve not had to put work into altering our end product.”
Mr. Rawling added, “I can’t fault the Hatz service – a big shout out to Dean Perrin and Matthew
Jones at Hatz GB. Spot On!”