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Sullair Australia to air its wares at the ADIA show in Adelaide

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Compressed air solutions provider Sullair Australia will showcase its compressed air expertise at the 2012 Australian Drilling Industry Association (ADIA) show in Adelaide this September.

The company will be displaying a selection of diesel-drive portable air compressors, including its popular 375HH and 900XHH/1150XH units, which are ideal for drilling applications.

Sullair's South Australian sales team will also be on hand to share their expertise, technical insights and practical advice on compressed air and aftermarket-care requirements.

Sullair Australia National Product Manager for Portable Air Power, Daryl Davis, explains that the Sullair 375HH compressor is ideal for small hole drilling applications and water well drilling.

"With highway towable running gear, and quiet operation of 76dBA at 7m, this is a versatile addition for any drilling site operation," he says.

Davis adds that "for added peace of mind, the Sullair 375 HH comes with a standard two-year air-end warranty that can be extended to 5-years or 10,000 hours when continuously serviced at the recommended intervals with Sullair AWF compressor fluid and filters."

A range of ergonomic features have been incorporated into the design of 375HH compressors, including:
  • a curbside instrument panel
  • large service doors to provide access to the fuel tank
  • air filters; and
  • all serviceable components.
As with all the company's compressed air solutions, the 375HH has been designed for dependable performance during extended operation in hot, dry and dusty conditions.

Davis notes that given the remoteness of many mine sites, compressed air equipment chosen for such an application needs to be reliable and robust enough to provide optimum performance in harsh environments.

"Here, Sullair’s products have an enviable reputation. They are designed to be tough enough to run for extended periods in dry, humid, and dusty conditions, and where the ambient temperature approaches 50 degrees C," he adds.

ADIA will also provide Sullair Australia with an ideal platform to demonstrate its service and support capabilities.

Davis says that "Sullair Australia has fine-tuned a comprehensive aftermarket care portfolio, comprising service technicians on the ground, technical support in the head office, and direct access to our production factory for service and maintenance. This gives us the capability to complete routine servicing more quickly, and provide more responsive breakdown assistance to help end users maintain and optimise production."

Sullair Australia will be located at Stand M at the ADIA 2012 show, to be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide, from the 19th to 21st September.

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