1. Sennebogen Equilibrium Handlers. Sennebogen of Straubing, Germany, has launched the EQ line of balanced material handling machines. Features include:
- Built to maintain a constant equilibrium via the classic lever principle
- Counterweight compensates for the weight of equipment plus grab
- Various models and size ranges available
- Available for crawler, rail and stationary applications
- Low operating costs resulting from low energy consumption
- May be able to handle the work of two comparable mobile machines
- Available with diesel engines and electro-hydraulic drive
Visit www.sennebogen.com for more information.
2. Eriez 76 Series Vibratory Feeder. New from Eriez, based in Erie, Pa., is the 76 Series vibratory feeder, the largest unit in the company’s line of compact vibratory feeders. Benefits include:
- Super-size design meets larger application requirements
- Developed based on customer needs and field data
- Offers a solution for larger application requirements and enables increased overhang
- Supports trays weighing up to approximately 175 pounds and available in all standard voltages
Visit www.eriez.com/products/index/vibratoryfeedersandconveyors for more information.
3. Steinert Mobile Separation Plants. New from Steinert US, Walton, Ky., is a series of mobile processing plants for material recovery and recycling applications. Features include:
- For use anywhere a power source and fairly level ground can be found
- Series includes the CoarseMaster, FinesMaster, ISS induction system and NES eddy current system
- Units can be combined with an AEI bivi-TEC mobile screen
- CoarseMaster suitable for material sized between o.5 inch and 5 inches and offers a flexible combination for ferrous and nonferrous recovery
- Full-scale production unit features a single-stage ferrous preseparator
- FinesMaster is a complete solution for metal separation of fines material sized between 0.13 inch and 2 inches
Visit www.steinertus.com for more information.
4. Toshiba IP Network Video Surveillance. Toshiba Surveillance & IP Video Products Group, a business unit of Toshiba America Information Systems Inc., Irvine, Calif., has introduced the NVSPRO high-performance network video server, offering these features:
- Internet protocol (IP) video network storage and management
- Hard drive bays can store 48 terabytes of video and audio
- Throughput rates up to 260 megabits per second allow simultaneous access to multiple megapixel cameras by remote clients
- Out-of-the-box functionality and minimal training requirements
- Preconfigured to accommodate numerous IP cameras
- Eight IP camera licenses are included per server, expandable to 64
Visit www.toshibasecurity.com for more information.
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