Powerful reasons to choose reliable generators
Robust and reliable generators that can weather tough conditions and meet the needs of construction sites year-round are powerful considerations when choosing equipment. Veteran Executive Hire Show exhibitors, Morris Site Machinery explains.
Morris Site Machinery’s UK Sales Director Richard Denholm said, "We understand the need for 'tough' generators and we offer a range of industry-renowned Denyo generators that are built to perform. They are the ultimate go-to power brand in the sector for good reason!
These generators are in demand, not only as a proven power solution for efficient site working but also because they ensure sites meet environmental noise concerns, especially in urban areas where this may be an issue."
Richard continued, “The generators we supply are reliable, built to last and some of the quietest on the market.
We understand our customers’ need for fuel-efficient, economical generators which don’t compromise on power and get the job done. We can deliver to meet their requirements and provide first-rate customer service.”
The Generator Range
The company's Denyo range of EVENTA and RENTA generators is a trusted brand within the sector with a 70-year heritage. Morris Site Machinery says that the generators are not only super silent operators, but they also have highly efficient diesel engines that reduce fuel consumption.
The choice of models includes the Denyo Eventa 60 diesel generator. This 60kVA machine is ultra silent at just 59dB(A) at seven metres and offers 17-hours of uninterrupted operation. Its safety features include auto engine shutdown and an earth leakage breaker. Its fully bunded environment base prevents spillages and pollution.
The Denyo Renta 20 is a super silent 20kVA constant rated diesel generator. It has a super silent operation at just 60dB(A) at seven metres and provides 16-hours of uninterrupted operation.
The company says that the Denyo Eventa 20 constant rated diesel generator is perfect for sites where noise must be kept to a minimum. With an ultra-silent operation at just 55dB(A) at seven metres, it provides 26 hours of uninterrupted operation.
To illuminate work on site it is possible to run up to 24 of Morris Site Machinery’s new SMC SL60 static lighting towers at any one time from a 22 kVA three-phase generator.
The company said it's proud to be a British designer, manufacturer and distributor of trusted site equipment.
In addition to supplying Denyo generators, it provides SMC lighting towers, ArcGen welders and Hilta pumps and pressure washers to the construction sector.
At the Executive Hire Show 2020, Morris Site Machinery will also be showing its 'eco champion', the SMC TL90 Evolve. This new lighting tower has a fuel-efficient Stage V engine, an impressive 185-hour runtime and can power an SMC SL60 Link to give increased light output for a fraction of the fuel cost.
Visit Morris Site Machinery on stand F30 at the EHS 2020 at the Ricoh Arena 5-6th February.