Vanair will showcase its mobile power solutions and introduce several new and enhanced products...

Vanair will showcase its mobile power solutions and introduce several new and enhanced products at ICUEE 2019.

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Vanair Manufacturing will showcase new and enhanced products as well as the company's exclusive technologies at the International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) in October. 

More than 22 mobile power units will be on display at the Vanair exhibit, including the debut of a new series of lightweight lithium-ion jump starters, a patent-pending separator tank for underdeck units, and an ingenious underdeck infinite variable speed control and interface system. Vanair will also exhibit upgraded Air N Arc and Reliant models. These upgraded units offer a more compact footprint with significant weight reductions, notable power capability, and design enhancements for greater flexibility and ease of maintenance.

“At Vanair, we are constantly working to develop new solutions and innovations that provide our customers with increased efficiency and productivity,” says Ralph Kokot, CEO of Vanair. “The Vanair exhibit at ICUEE will be our largest display of new and upgraded products yet. We’re excited to showcase our latest innovations and look forward to demonstrating the capabilities that make Vanair products best-in-class.”

The Vanair exhibit is located in the Above Ground Demo Lot (L), booth L417. Product experts will be readily available to assist attendees, conduct product walk-arounds, and answer questions. In addition, Vanair mobile power equipment will be displayed on working vehicles at more than 15 customer exhibit locations throughout the show.

Vanair Manufacturing offers a comprehensive line of vehicle-mounted air compressor, generator, welding, hydraulic, charging/boosting, and engine-starting equipment as well as customized solutions. With over 70 standard commercial models, ranging from 10 CFM to 1500 CFM and available in multiple configurations, Vanair serves many industries including municipal, utility, railroad, mechanic and service, general construction, mining, and the Department of Defense.

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