Himoinsa Exhibits At The Biggest Power Show In Southeast Asia
September 19th -Â 21stÂ 2017, Bangkok: Himoinsa, a long standing partner of RMA Group’s power generation division, displayed their latest range of products at Asia Power Week, the biggest power show in Southeast Asia.
The event showcased renewable and clean energy, power transmission, distribution and conservation systems.
On display at the Himoinsa exhibition stand was Himoinsa newest generator, the HFW-600 T5. This generator has the new CR16TE1W engine from FPT which consumes 191 grams per kilowatt-hour of energy generated at 100% power. These consumption figures are 17% lower than other generators of similar power. It can last 200 hours longer than other generators before requiring a service. Good news for machinery rental companies.
The other generator on show was the HYW-13 T5. This generator is fitted in a bigger canopy that allows more space as well as a 1,000L fuel tank. This generator includes a kit that offers maintenance intervals every 1,000 hours, and meets the specific requirements for Telecom operations.
The APOLO START 4006 Lighting tower showed its power at the exhibition. This lighting tower has four new 350W LED spotlights with a lower fuel consumption, and 191,820 lumens capacity.
Also on display was the new and impressive Himoinsa generator fleet manager that provides remote, real-time fleet management 24/7. 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 refueling 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.
Himoinsa has been present in Asia Pacific since 1998, and aims to continue its growth in the region with their consolidated distribution network. RMA Group is the authorized distributor for Himoinsa in Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos.