HIMOINSA has showcased its new range of lighting towers and gensets for rental market.
HIMOINSA is returning to IRE, the International Rental Exhibition, being held in Amsterdam during May 2-4, 2017, to showcase its lighting towers and generator sets designed specifically for the rental market. Having recently won the æGrowth Excellence Leadership Award' in the European market, the company will exhibit generator sets with low noise emissions that are ideal for events or work in urban areas with tighter noise restrictions. Units that are easy to transport, offering longer running time and major advances in remote management.
HRYW-35 T5 and HRFW-250 T5: HIMOINSA will showcase in Amsterdam two generator sets from its rental range, which have been fitted with dual-core exhaust silencers and watertight canopies to minimise noise emissions. Both generators offer a number of options specific to the rental sector, such as a three-way valve kit and quick connection plugs, fuel leak detector and a Racor or decanting separator filter for fuel. In addition, the HRFW-250 T5 includes a low-level coolant sensor and drainage valves.
New portable generator, the HYA 3-5 M5: HIMOINSA will showcase at IRE its new portable range model with a Yanmar L100N5 engine. The HYA 3-5 M5, which can supply up to 4.4 kVA in PRP, includes a set of two 16A 2P+T Schuko outlets. Its COMPACT construction version and the option to include a wheel kit guarantee greater ease of transport.
Apolo compact heavy duty: A compact, autonomous and heavy duty lighting tower exhibited at IRE has six 240W LED spotlights with a lighting capacity of 129,600 lumens. Designed specifically for the rental sector, its reinforced levelling supports mean it can stand on any uneven surface and its 100-litre tank ensures a running time of up to 125 hours. It also incorporates a hydraulic mast that rotates 360¦ and extends up to 9 m in height in less than 30 seconds.
When it comes to transportability, the Apolo compact heavy duty can be hooked to a vehicle for transport by road, and it incorporates a lifting hook and a rear fork carriage so it can be moved with a forklift truck. Its small size means that up to nine units can be transported in a 40-foot container.
Remote, real-time fleet management 24x7
The new HIMOINSA fleet manager with C2Cloud technology makes it possible to control and monitor the whole fleet of generator sets from any internet-enabled device. The application to access real-time reports and statistics on machine consumption and performance makes it possible to schedule refuelling and to better plan transport for equipment maintenance. In addition, the fleet manager uses its geolocation system to send alerts and can even lock stolen generators sets.
The new HIMOINSA
fleet manager with C2Cloud technology makes it possible to control and monitor the whole fleet of generator sets from any internet-enabled device.