Being held as usual at the East of England Showground, Peterborough, on Wednesday 18 – Thursday 19 January 2017, the 2017 show promises to be even bigger and better than last years show!
As ever, P & R Hydraulics will be in attendance and you can find us in Hall 4, stand 496. Our Technical Director Justin Gill will be there, as well as one of our sales managers, Colin Filby. They are being supported by James Roberts from Hy-Pro.
Why not pop over, say hello and put faces to names?
We will be showcasing a wide range of products this year, although we’re expecting a lot of interest in the new radio remote system from Hy-Pro. This complements their established range of solenoid operated control valves. Aimed at small to medium OEMs who need to match the technology of larger companies, this system is likely to be of interest to those OEM that don’t have the necessary internal expertise to source what they require at the usual high prices commanded by larger companies.
The remote system comprises a paired base unit and handset, which will control 20 solenoids or 10 valve sections at a range of up to 45m. Machinery can, therefore, be controlled from within the driver’s cab or from a safe distance!
In addition to products from Hy-Pro, we will be available to discuss products from Danfoss, Parker and Turolla.
If you’ve never been to Lamma before, the statistics relating to the 2016 show below may be interesting to you…
About P&R Hydraulics
Norwich-based P & R Hydraulics Ltd was founded in 1975. Originally established to supply spare parts for agricultural, construction and quarrying machinery, to customers ranging from the local farming and plant hire community through to national quarrying companies, P & R have since grown into key partners of major hydraulic equipment manufacturers including Turolla, Sauer Danfoss and Parker. P & R now offers hydraulic pumps, hydraulic valves and hydraulic motors and serves customers from the local Norwich, Great Yarmouth, Kings Lynn, Diss, Dereham, Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Thetford and Cambridge business communities, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and the rest of East Anglia; national accounts and exports business across four continents.