2018 has been a Great Year for Pilot Air.
Four (4) new product ranges were launched in the market. First up was the MK Series which was launched last June. This is the newest 240V direct reciprocating compressors that are Ute size and compact yet tough. You can learn more about the MK Series here.
Then 3 succeeding products were launch from September to November which were PAC-RM-D, OFP Series and Nobel Series respectively.
PAC RM-D is the newest line from the PAC Series. The units are receiver mounted with a refrigerated dryer and prefilter. It is the Pilot Air complete and ready to go packaged solution. You may click here to get more information about the PAC Series RM-D.
Next is the new series of oil free reciprocating compressors that provide a heavy duty, long lasting and cost effective solution to those that require pure, oil free compressed air –the OFP Series. Learn more about the OFP Series here.
Then just last month, the Nobel series was launched. This is the newest direct drive, variable speed, oil injected rotary screw compressor range. Available from 7.5 KW to 37 KW, the NOBEL series provides reduced lifetime cost of ownership and reduced energy costs. Click here to get more information about the Nobel Series.
But one of the main highlights for Pilot Air this 2018 was partnering with the Brad Jones Racing team.
With three cars in the current V8 Supercar series and three more in the development series, the workshop cannot afford any downtime and requires its suppliers to keep up with the exacting demands of V8 Supercar racing life. This means having the right compressed air system throughout the facility is crucial for both on-going production and overall efficiency.
One of the problems the BJR team was experiencing was not having the right amount of clean, dry air flowing to their CNC machines. So when they were looking for a suitable partner to supply the right equipment for the workshop, BJR found the perfect combination of technology, service, reliability and price from the compressed air specialists at Pilot Air.
Aside from helping out at the BJR facility, the partnership also made possible for the Pilot Air logo to be seen on each of the race cars of the BJR team on several events throughout the country. This is most especially true during the Winton Supersprint last May and during the final race of the year last month, the Coates Hire Newcastle 500 event wherein the Pilot Air logo was truly highlighted and placed in the front of the race cars.
2019 is looking good as Pilot Air looks forwards to yet another action-packed year with several new things coming up and continued partnership with the Brad Jones Racing team.