Airstar to light up Bauma China

By Helen Wright20 November 2014

Manufacturer of industrial lighting balloons Airstar said it planned to showcase products at Bauma China exhibition, running from 25 to 28 November at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, China.

Airstar said it would be exhibiting for the first time at Bauma China, showcasing its latest Sirocco 2 and Flex ranges– described as its new generation of lighting balloons for the construction industry.

The 600W LED Sirocco 2-M will be on display, designed for quick setup and powerful lighting coverage in a variety of worksite situations. It features universal voltage (110V to 230V) and hosts six 100W LEDs, allowing it to light up a 1600m² area.

And the new Sirocco 2-S 60W LED is also being introduced to the Chinese market at the shpw – said to be a self-contained rechargeable workhorse with an average lifespan of 30000 hours.

It can light areas up to over 450m². Operating on 48 volts, the Sirocco 60W LED boasts a typical operating time of 8 hours on single charge. It is also packaged in a heavy duty transport case with integrated handles and casters.

Airstar will also present its latest offering in the Flex range, the Flex M 1000W HI-T, a pop-up envelope without fan, and the Flex L 4000W HI-T, a retrofitting kit for lighting towers.

Designed for long term building sites and road works, the Flex range is said to be weather resistant to wind, rain, and extreme temperature changes, while providing 360˚ glare-free lighting for up to two ha.

Managing director Stéphane Poudevigne said, “As a recognised player in the construction and mining industry, Airstar is delighted to be exhibiting for the first time at Bauma China. Our presence at this tradeshow confirms our 20 years’ industry commitment, and is a perfect example of our development strategy in the Asian region.

Airstar has a 100% owned subsidiary in China which was set up four years ago in Shanghai.

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