HIMOINSA exhibits at Power-Gen Bangkok generator sets with reduced consumption and operation costs
8 September 2017
The company will showcase its latest product launches at Power-Gen, being held in from 19th to 21st September, as part of Asia Power Week, the international biannual exhibition known as the biggest power show in South East Asia.
Following its recent Growth and Leadership award recognition, granted by Frost & Sullivan in Europe, HIMOINSA aims to continue its growth strategy in APAC, where the company is present since 1998 with a consolidated distribution network, that makes the Region accountable for over 30% of the company’s total sales.
During Power-Gen, visitors that pop by HIMOINSA booth can expect to see different new products that the company launched during 2017.
This new model has been recently added to the HIMOINSA series of generators with FPT engines of up 600kVA. The genset incorporates the new CR16TE1W engine and its specific consumption is 191G/kWH, i.e 115L/h at 100% power, which is up to 17% lower consumption that other generators of similar power. Another attractive feature, which is especially important for machinery rental companies, are its service intervals, which are up to 200 hours longer than other generators.
HYW-13 T5 with 1,000h Maintenance kit
Fitted in a bigger canopy that allows more space and a 1,000 L fuel tank, this generator includes a kit that offers maintenance intervals every 1,000 hours, and meet the specific requirements for Telecom operations.
Apolo Start 4006
Lighting tower with four new 350W LED spotlights system that allows lower fuel consumption and 191,820 lumens capacity.
Remote, real-time fleet management 24/7: The new HIMOINSA fleet manager with C2Cloud technology makes it possible to control and monitor the whole fleet of generator sets from any internet-enabled device. The application to access real-time reports and statistics on machine consumption and performance makes it possible to schedule refuelling and to better plan transport for equipment maintenance. In addition, the fleet manager uses its geolocation system to send alerts and can even lock stolen generators sets.