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Sullair Airs New Products At AIMEX 201

Sullair Australia showcased its expertise in compressed-air technology to the mining industry at the  AIMEX 2011 exhibition held recently in Sydney.

Sullair demonstrated the rotary screw 210 and 425 diesel portable air-compressors. The company also revealed the inner workings of the CSE-45 electric screw compressor with a full-size cutaway version. A trusted staple in the portable diesel range, the 210 is ideal for lighter duty applications and back up air, delivering 80 - 150 psig at a flow of 210 cfm. The 210 on display was skid mounted to represent on-site usage. The 425 delivers its name plate flow in a single axle configuration.

All Sullair portable air compressors are built to withstand the harshest of Australia’s conditions with up to 50 degree ambient ratings. Designed to be reliable and accessible either integrated on-site or for portable use, the Sullair diesel air-compressors represent the very best of Sullair technology and design.

As a global leader in portable air-power, Sullair is well placed to meet the compressed-air needs of the construction, oil and gas, and mining industries. “Attending the AIMEX 2011 exhibition gave us the opportunity to meet with our customers in the construction and mining sectors,” commented Michael Knowles, National Marketing Manager. “It has given the Sullair team a better understanding of how best to service our customers and work with them to design turn-key mine-site air solutions—from rock proof enclosures, and customised skids, to multi-million dollar projects fully integrated into site operations.”

“Visitor attendance at the AIMEX show was very solid, with a large number of customers, new contacts and business partners visiting our stand. We thank those visitors for taking the time to see us and look forward to working with them in the future,” said Adrian Davis, General Manager, Sullair Australia.

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