Trime’s sustainability focus at EHS
05 February 2024
Trime is to showcase a range of sustainable solutions from its line of lighting towers and generators at the Executive Hire Show, which takes place on the 14 and 15 February at the Coventry Building Society Arena.
Launched last year, the MGTP 24000/30 THS 3P Stage V unit is a 24kVA solar generator fitted with a 48V -24000VA inverter, a 28.7 kWh battery pack and two 360w solar panels.
The range encompasses 5kVA, 8kVA, 15kVA, 24kVA, 30kVA and 45kVA sets. The smaller units (5kVA - 15kVA) are fitted with four 40w solar panels whilst the larger models (24kVA – 45kVA) have either two or four 360w panels.
Joining the unit on the Trime stand will be the MGTP5000BPS, a 5kVA battery powered generator that the company describes as “compact yet powerful.”
Trime says its solar hybrid Stage V generators provide continuous emission-free power (when operating solely via its inverter system), backed up by the latest fuel-efficient water-cooled diesel engine which automatically charges the batteries and then shuts down when the batteries are fully charged.
Trime will also show its X-ECO LITHIUM HYBRID tower light powered by the latest development in lithium battery technology.
The company said the tower can be fully recharged in less than three hours which means that in a fourteen-hour cycle, for 80% of the operation, the unit is powered by batteries.
Illumination is via four energy-saving LED lamps, which deliver an illuminated area of over 3000sqm.
Meanwhile, the company will also provide a live demonstration of its new telemetry systems that automatically monitors the operation of generators and lighting towers using sensors and other devices to collect and transmit real-time data to the operators via a PC, tablet or smartphone.
Paul Hay, managing director, Trime, said, “We are all looking forward to meeting up with our friends and colleagues from the hire industry. The Executive Hire Show is a very important exhibition for Trime, as the hire markets make up a significant proportion of our business.”