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Sullair on show at HRIA Convention


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Sullair Australia will showcase its compressed-air expertise at the 2010 Hire & Rental Industry Association (HRIA) Convention on Queensland’s Gold Coast in May. The leading compressor technology group will display a selection from its diesel-driven portable air compressor range, as well as a number of its heavy-duty air-driven tools, including hammers, paving breakers and rock drills. Furthermore, a team of Sullair Australia compressed-air specialists will be on hand to provide technical insight and practical advice, as visitors get up close and personal with the Sullair technology.
According to Sullair Australia National Sales Manager, Ian Tessmann, hire and rental companies, as well as end users—big and small—demand reliability from their compressed-air solutions. “Hire and rental air compressors can be employed across a diverse range of applications in a variety of environments—you can’t afford to have breakdowns on site,” he said. “Whether used to increase capacity in times of high load, restore production during maintenance, perform pipe line pressure testing, or for emergency breakdowns, reliability is paramount. Sullair Australia has a proven track record of reliability and performance across some of the most demanding environments in the country.”
Taking centre stage at Sullair’s exhibition-floor display stand will be the company’s diesel-driven rotary screw portable compressors. Here, visitors will be able to gain technical insight into the Sullair 185DPQ (which delivers compressed air at a rate of 185cfm at 125psig), and the Sullair 260DPQ (which delivers compressed air at a rate of 260cfm at 145psig). Ideal for routine maintenance applications, both compressors boast a compact design and provide users with high levels of manoeuvrability and accessibility.

Sullair Australia will also exhibit a selection of its robust air-driven tools, including hammers, paving breakers and rock drills. According to Tessmann, Sullair’s paving breakers are some of

the most reliable in their class. “Unlike other similar tools, our paving breakers don't require additional oil lubrication, which saves time and maintenance,” he said. “Additional savings can be realised thanks to the paving breaker’s efficient compressed air use. The unit’s direct-impact piston design minimises air consumption without compromising performance—you get more 'bang for your buck'.”
Additionally, Sullair’s paving breakers are extremely quiet. The piston impacts directly on the steel shank rather than a tappet, which reduces noise levels dramatically. The silenced units are handy for smaller concrete-breaking applications like those in built-up or residential areas. The tool’s ergonomic design is also a real feature. “The minimal vibration and reduced kickback means less fatigue for the operator,” said Tessmann. “The unit's combination of manoeuvrability and hard-hitting power allows users to complete jobs sooner, while maximising the operator's comfort.”

According to Tessmann, Sullair Australia takes a long-term view of its customer relationships by providing comprehensive support for all its products on a national level. “It’s important for our hire and rental customers to understand that when their own customers go out to their remote sites with a Sullair product, they’re not on their own,” he said. “Our service technicians and support crew are always at hand to ensure their compressed-air solutions remain online. After all, Sullair compressed-air solutions are designed and manufactured to withstand the hot, humid and dusty conditions experienced on Australia’s industrial sites.”


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