City Hire strengthens generator fleet

By Leila Steed23 September 2019

UK-based equipment rental company City Hire has expanded its power generation machinery fleet by adding a number of MHM Plant’s 45kVA power units.

One of City Hire's new 45kva generator units

One of City Hire’s new 45kva generator units from MHM Plant

Caspar Douglass, City Hire’s Marketing Executive said that, while the company already offered generators from 3kVA to 20kVA, it had decided on the investment after customers expressed interest in larger sets.

The “Ready to Rent” 45kVA generator units are fitted with a three-way fuel valve that connects to an external fuel tank said to provide longer operation.

The units also incorporate fully bunded bases to protect work sites from contamination from spilt fluids and an engine protection shutdown system that guards against low fuel, low oil pressure, battery failure and high engine temperature.

MHM Plant said the model was ideally suited for construction sites in the UK and, with an emergency stop button, meet UK construction site laws.

Douglass said, “The MHM generators are good value for money and we’re pleased to strengthen our generator fleet through MHM.”

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