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Pit stops at
Safety service with Optibelt precision.
Optibelt's original equipment quality is
gaining a worldwide reputation.
This German company manufactures
high performance products with precision
tools and machines that it develops
internally and employs processes only used
All materials undergo an extremely
rigorous series of tests and are examined for
durability and resistance to chemical
This is how product characteristics are
identified to ensure Optibelt consistently
provides the most advanced quality.
The company has a long established
reputation as a reliable partner for the
international automotive industry and is
proud of a steadily growing list of references.
With the need for the correct assembly
and regular control and maintenance of V-
belts, timing belts, Kraftbands and ribbed
belts, the Optibelt tool range is gaining a
worldwide reputation amongst workshops for
its accuracy and quality.
Optibelt offers various useful and well
thought out tools that guarantee optimal
tension and alignment, ensuring more safety
and efficiency in both the drive itself and in
Enjoy some refreshments, learn a little
about Optibelt, answer some simple
questions and go into the draw to win one of
the automotive tools on display.
All of the Optibelt tools are characterised
by their particular ease of use which you
can discover when you take a pit stop at
Optibelt's stand on O32 at the AAA Expo.
Precision Auto Spares, which has a
massive range of parts for European
vehicles, will exhibit on stand R37
at the AAA Expo.
Precision Auto Spares is one of the leading
wholesalers in New South Wales.
With a massive range of brands including Mann-Filter, Zimmermann, HEPU, and IPD, the
company has increased its range of Euro parts to accommodate the ever growing number of
European vehicles on Australian roads.
Precision Auto Spares carries brand new parts which are sourced both locally and overseas and
does not deal in second hand parts.
With excellent customer service and aftermarket market support, the team that work across all
six Precision Auto Spares stores help mechanics get the correct part they need in a timely manner.
Support this Australian owned company and give Precision Auto Spares a call for all European
makes and models on 02 9316 6800 or email email@example.com
Visit www.precisionstop.com.au or the Precision Auto Spares team on stand R37 at the
Projecta's stand shows the latest in battery
service and maintenance equipment
Excellence in battery maintenance and battery power will be on display on the
Projecta stand of Brown & Watson International at the AAA Expo.
Visitors will see the latest battery
chargers, solar panels, controllers and solar
panel kits, sophisticated and powerful sine
wave inverters, dual battery systems, jump
starters, booster cables, battery terminals and
battery maintenance testers for the modern
workshop at the stand.
Trade customers catering for the 4WD and
off-road campers will find a host of high
quality Projecta products including the latest
solar panel camping kitset and state of the
art solar controllers to regulate solar power
up to 30A in either 12 or 24 volt, charging
for either automotive batteries or three stage
for deep cycle batteries.
Also on display will be low voltage
disconnect units for fitting to auxiliary
batteries to protect expensive deep cycle
batteries and the new IP2000 Pure Sine
Wave Inverter with automatic AC transfer
For workshops both small and large
catering from cars through to heavy
construction equipment, the latest Projecta
Battery Chargers will be displayed ranging
from the Workshop 1200 two stage automatic
charger up to the Workshop 7000 HDBC90
12/24V 70A charger plus the Intelli-Charge
seven stage chargers.
Visit the Brown & Watson stand at K36 to
discuss the latest trends in battery power
and maintenance products from Projecta.
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