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Hatz engines are a hit at the Executive Hire Show

Hatz engines are a hit at the Executive Hire Show

Plant Hirer’s, OEM’s, machinery manufacturers and all users of diesel powered machinery came along to the 2020 Executive Hire Show to view the many examples of the Hatz EU Stage V compliant engines. The show was held at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena on 6th and 7th February.

“We had an excellent show,” said Hatz GB’s managing director, Joe Wilmer. “It was a really positive event, with a good number of visitors in attendance and we have some quality leads to work through.”

Hatz displayed a wide range of their diesel engines and reported keen interest in their EU Stage V 3-cylinder 3H50TICD and 4-cylinder 4H50TICD engines. The 4H50TICD is 2-litre engine fitted with a turbocharged intercooler. The H50 series is ideally suited for the rental markets principally because of their clean outputs, modest dimensions, with easy maintenance and operation.

In addition, Hatz GB used the show to inform the hire industry of the benefits of their newly developed E1 technology.  Hatz E1 technology is pioneering electronic controls for single-cylinder industrial diesel engines.

The most important components of the E1 technology is the engine control unit, sensors and fuel injector, alongside an electromagnetic valve specially developed by Hatz in cooperation with Bosch. The control unit continuously measures the speed, oil pressure, oil and engine temperature, operating time and environmental data, such as air pressure or air temperature in order to ensure perfect operation. This advanced technology enables an engine specialist to bridge the gap between previously mechanically controlled engines with the requirements of forward-thinking organisations with digital operations.

“The only downside to the show” added Joe “was the fact that we had to say goodbye to Alan Guthrie. Alan is a real gentleman and a stalwart of the hire industry. Everyone at Hatz GB wishes him well for the future.”

Hatz diesel engines have been around since 1910. From their manufacturing base situated at Ruhstorf, Germany, Hatz produce a range of modern diesel engines from 3 to 55 kW. Their UK subsidiary, Hatz GB Limited, has its facilities centrally located in Hinckley, Leicestershire.

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