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LIGHTING TOWERS
  • Our range of Lighting Towers are characterised by their simplicity, effectiveness and comfort, facilitating work in all types of installations.

     

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ENERGY SOLUTIONS WHERE MAINS NOT AVAILABLE

HYBRID SYSTEM

HYBRID SYSTEM

  • IDEAL for supply WITHOUT MAINS.
  • Generation according to demand.

ADVANTAGES

  • Fuel saving of up to 50%.
  • Savings in maintenance of the set.
  • SILENT System.
  • Versatility in the supply connections.

APPLICATIONS

  • Rural hotels and houses.
  • Mountain refuges.
  • Isolated areas.

NEWS

Today’s World Demands Failsafe Networks

Today’s World Demands Failsafe Networks

09/03/2015

 

In many companies nowadays, mobile telephones and Internet connections have replaced almost all the functions of the old fixed networks. Moreover, some organisations have even dispensed with them completely, considering them obsolete, meaning that the smooth running of their communications systems relies on the infrastructu

Assessment of Inmesol’s Participation at Middle East Electricity 2015

Assessment of Inmesol’s Participation at Middle East Electricity 2015

13/03/2015

 

The Inmesol team in charge of our stand at Middle East Electricity last week has returned from Dubai with an even more positive assessment, if that’s possible, of our presence at the fair than for the last four editions. One of the reasons for this is that over the past few years, our distributors in Middle Eastern

Generator Sets Guarantee Continuous Power Supply During Solar Eclipses

Generator Sets Guarantee Continuous Power Supply During Solar Eclipses

30/03/2015

 

On 20th March there was a solar eclipse, visible to a greater or lesser extent in all European countries (and in the north of Africa as well as in the north and west of Asia and the Middle East). Before this event, those responsible for the European power network spent months preparing to implement the necessary measures