Redstar Equipment will showcase a new Australian-designed Sumo Jumbo electrical distribution board on Stand B1074.
A new Denyo generator for prime fixed and prime mobile applications will be another highlight of the Redstar stand.
Redstar says its Sumo range of distribution boards are designed to provide mine spec electrical distribution capability in a compact, lightweight design. They can be run from mains or generator power and can be cascaded or daisy-chained together if required.
“The Sumo Jumbo model includes both three-phase and single-phase outlets, all individually RCD and MCB protected with a main isolating switch for overall protection,” said Redstar national sales manager, Paul Sass.
Sumo Boards also include lightweight alloy tie-off rails that double as convenient, certified lift points, enabling the units to be moved around a site with ease and safely by hand, forklift or crane. Portability was further enhanced by a briefcase-style design.
Redstar will also use AIMEX to promote its range of generators, welders, compressors and fuel tanks, including new Denyo Series II machines.
Denyo’s new series II generators, designed with input from Redstar engineers, offer significant cost and efficiency benefits for prime power applications such as remote mines and remote accommodation facilities, said Sass.
“Denyo and Redstar have built a 10-year association resulting in a generator product that is famous for its reliability, efficiency and ability to withstand the harshest conditions of the Australian environment.
“We have deployed Denyo generators running 24-7 over multi-year periods in weather extremes ranging from the 50° Pilbara to the snow country in NSW, Tasmania and Victoria,” he said.