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Morris Site Machinery to put on a comprehensive display

Morris to showcase latest solutions and developments from their four key brands

NEW products and innovation will be in the spotlight on the Morris Site Machinery stand. Accompanying the company’s four key brands – SMC, ArcGen, Denyo and Hilta – will be a new super silenced 500amp mobile welder generator, a 8kVa generator, a lighting tower and newly developed link-up technology designed to maximize fuel usage.  

Available later this year, the ArcGen Weldmaker 500CC/CV has been developed for users who demand more from their diesel welding generators. A Kubota EU Stage IIIA diesel engine powers the 500-amp constant current/constant voltage machine, and the ability to connect directly to wire feed units, without the need for an inverter power source, offers high levels of efficiency and reliability.

According to Morris, their GenPac 10 generator is a compact and robust 8kVA single-phase generator which comes equipped with a high-capacity fuel tank that can run for 75h at 75% load.

‘With our range of generators, welders, pumps, power washers and lighting towers, we can provide a trusted one-stop shop for the industry,’ said Andy Thompson, UK sales director for Morris Site Machinery. ‘This major construction show enables us to showcase our products and expertise to the people who will benefit most from what we can offer. It‘s a great platform not only for our new innovations but also for our established favourites.’

Other product innovations on show will include what Morris claim is the UK’s first solar tower light, SMC Solar-2, and highly economical SMC TL-90 LED lighting tower. The latter has five 240W LED lamps and a Kubota diesel engine with low noise levels. It can also be run from mains power via a changeover switch included as standard, or up to three tower light models can be linked together to run from one engine consecutively, offering almost 400h of usage.

A major focus of the Morris stand will be the SMC Link-up system, which has been designed to help the industry to make the most of site equipment with greater performance, economy and environmental results. The technology has been well received and is said to help deliver significant savings with three of the company’s TL-90 LED units running from a single engine producing a 45% fuel saving and a 60% saving on service costs per year.

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