Sullair Australia (Champion Compressors)
has had a busy and successful show season in 2012 with its participation at various exhibitions across the country.
Sullair Australia was in attendance at the Mining Australia Exhibition held in Perth in March, the Hire and Rental Industry Association (HRIA) show in Queensland in May, National Manufacturing Week (NMW) in Sydney during the same month, and the recent Australian Woodworking Industry Suppliers Association (AWISA) show in Sydney.
Sullair showcased a range of tough compressors at the Mining Australia Exhibition. Designed for hard duty in challenging conditions, the Sullair 210H DUQ utility compressors and the Sullair 375HH portable air compressors are ideal for mining and drilling as well as construction, roadwork and sandblasting applications.
According to Sullair Australia Marketing and Events Coordinator, Kellie Smith, both the 210H DUQ and the 375HH more than meet the mining industry’s demands for reliability from their compressed air solutions, given the remoteness and tough conditions of many mine sites.
Sullair went on to demonstrate its continuing support to the hire and rental industry with its attendance at the HRIA show at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre in early May where the company displayed the latest of its 185 portable air compressors designed for a range of construction and roadside services applications. The new AirOne Series of electrically powered reciprocating compressors was also exhibited as a cost-efficient compressed air solution for all workshops including those of the hire and rental industry.
The AirOne Series was also on display at NMW in Sydney in early May where Sullair Australia was not only the air technology zone sponsor for the show, but also supplied the compressed air needs of all the exhibitors. Sullair also presented its new electronically controlled CS range of load/unload rotary screw compressors, its new direct gear-driven CSD55 and CSD75, and its belt-driven CSE50 units.
Sullair Australia recently attended the AWISA show in Sydney, which is dedicated to showcasing machinery, materials and fittings and services for the woodworking and furniture industries. The company displayed their AirOne Series and new CS range of compressors, which are suitable for application within this specialised industry.
Sullair’s attendance at these four shows demonstrates its continuing support for the mining, hire and rental, manufacturing and the woodworking and furniture industries.
Sullair Australia is also attending the Queensland Mining & Engineering (QME) show in Mackay from 24 to 26 July, and the Australian Drilling Industry Association (ADIA) 2012 show at the Adelaide Convention Centre from 19 to 21 September.