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Morris Site Machinery to exhibit their largest range ever at Hillhead

SMC Solar-2 solar lighting tower

Company to show its most comprehensive range of products ever at Hillhead 2014

MORRIS Site Machinery, a leading supplier of power/welder generators, lighting towers and pumps and power washers, will be showcasing their largest range of equipment at Hillhead.

New to the industry and representing a key draw on the company’s stand will be the
SMC Solar-2 (pictured), the UK’s first solar lighting tower. According to Morris, the lighting unit provides significant fuel savings with ‘zero noise and zero CO2 emissions’. The lighting solution offers more than 50h on a single charge and in excess of 250h when supplemented with solar power.


Other lighting towers to feature at the show will include: the new SMC TL-90 LED and MM-9M Mine & Metro mobile lighting towers. With five powerful 240W lamps, the SMC TL-90 LED offers 360-degree light coverage and a running time of 133h. It also features a fuel-efficient solution by allowing three machines to be linked together running from one engine, providing up to 400h running time.

The SMC MM-9M Mine & Metro tower is a robust mobile lighting solution with an uninterrupted running time of 57h. It features four 1,000W metal halide lamps and a host of safety features. The MM-9M unit has already been proven in some of the world’s toughest mining environments, including Australia, where the product has to withstand extreme weather and operational conditions.

Phil Winnington, managing director of Morris Site Machinery, said: ‘This is the largest outdoor stand we have taken this year and we are continually looking to offer new products to the quarrying and mining industries.

‘We are investing in new product development and evolving our product ranges to suit the demands of operators. The quarrying industry requires extremely heavy-duty and robust products that can withstand demanding conditions and we can confidently say that our machines will deliver against these requirements.’

Powering up Morris Site Machinery’s stand will be the market-leading Denyo generators, which are some of the quietest rental generators available in Europe. The units are said to reduce noise by up to 15dB(A) compared with similar machines. The Denyo generators are fitted with Tier 3-compliant diesel engines as standard and certain models allow up to 26h of uninterrupted operation. Also on show will be the popular dual-voltage and multi-voltage ArcGen Powermaker diesel generators.

Four products will be exhibited as part of the company’s welder generator line-up, including: the new super silent ArcGen Weldmaker 330CC/CV; and 200-amp mobile diesel-driven ArcGen Weldmaker 200SSD. According to Morris, the ArcGen range of welder generators has become a firm favourite in the construction industry for its welding characteristics, compact design, instant on-site operation and simultaneous use of welding and auxiliary output.

Other products on show will be a range of power washers, including the Hilta Hotwash steam cleaner and a cost-effective electric 1,500psi power washer with 110V or 240V options complete with a 40ft high-pressure hose, lance and gun. The compact design and robust site chassis of the Hilta power washers makes them easy to transport and manoeuvre on site.

During the show, Morris will be promoting the Hilta C150 Pro-Flo – a 6in centrifugal vacuum-assisted automatic priming pump, designed for the movement or removal of high volumes of water in any application.

A low-pressure/high-volume machine, the C150 Pro-Flo pump provides solids handling up to 80mm diameter for use in a variety of quarrying and mining applications. Users of the pump will also benefit from easy transportation, low noise levels and an adjustable front wear plant, as well as high-performance and low fuel usage.


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