Product Spotlight

Recycling industry products

Pettibone Cary-Lift 204i rough terrain forklift

Pettibone/Traverse Lift LLC, a Baraga, Michigan-based manufacturer of material handling equipment, now offers its Pettibone Cary-Lift 204i rough terrain forklift with a new “scrap baler” attachment. The Cary-Lift 204i features:

  • an overhead lift-arm design, giving operators full-front visibility when lifting or transporting loads
  • the ability to tilt down 90 degrees for specialized lifting tasks
  • a 200-horsepower Cummins QSB6.7 Tier 4 diesel engine
  • an engine-driven fan cooling package and engine block heater
  • a maximum load capacity of 20,000 pounds
  • a maximum lift height of 16 feet
  • dual joysticks that provide control of the hydraulics for lifting, tilting and reaching simultaneously
  • a 12-foot wheelbase that provides a tight turning radius
  • X-Command, a new Pettibone telematics program that offers real-time access to machine data, as an option

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BPS control panels

Maximizing productivity is an ongoing concern for recycling operations, and the right control system can reduce headaches and streamline processes, according to Best Process Solutions Inc. (BPS), Brunswick, Ohio. The company says its control panels provide:

  • quality controls that allow seamless integration into existing systems
  • custom designs
  • systems that can run with some of the most advanced networking technologies from companies including Rockwell Automation, Siemens and ABB
  • containerized control systems built to withstand outdoor conditions

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Davis-Standard SHO extruder

Davis-Standard, based in Pawcatuck, Connecticut, has introduced the latest in its groove feed innovation with the launch of its SHO (super high output) extruder. The SHO:

  • is equipped to save space while offering outputs up to 20 percent higher than existing groove feed models
  • is engineered with an optimized feed section and high-performance, energy-efficient DSB barrier screw
  • features Davis-Standard’s next-generation gearcase, which the company says optimizes production space, along with a streamlined hopper, low-profile power panel and rugged base
  • features fully enclosed components
  • is designed for those looking for improvements in output consistency, melt quality, reduced purging/changeover time and energy efficiency
  • ranges from 2 to 6 inches (50 to 150 millimeters) in size with a length to diameter ratio of 42:1

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