ACE, a division of Brothers Equipment Inc., Cleveland, has introduced the ART-60-27S, Short Roll-Off Trailer. The company calls it the most maneuverable and strongest trailer on the market. The ART-60-27S slides out to meet federal bridge laws and offers more maneuverability then a straight truck and the maximum legal payload of a long trailer, the company adds. The ART-60 series, according to ACE, is a lightweight trailer able to lift extreme weights.
Rapid Recovery, a nationwide refrigerant recovery company based in Peoria, Ariz., has announced the opening of its Nashville, Tenn., office, making it the company’s 22nd location in 42 states.
Sennebogen LLC, Stanley, N.C., has introduced a new model green line material handler for American markets, designed to offer more choice to operators in heavy duty lifting and loading applications.
The Sennebogen 860 M is a 165,000-pound rubber-tired material handler designed for use in heavy duty lifting applications such as scrap recycling yards, steel works and port facilities. The new 860 model is also available as a crawler-mounted “R-HD” model in the 180,000-pound range, as well as in a wide range of optional configurations, including rail, barge, gantry and stationary pedestal mounts.
According to Constantino Lannes, president of Sennebogen, the 860 M and R-HD models fill a gap in the green line line-up between the existing models 850 and the 870. It has been designed to out-reach and out-lift similar machines in the size range. To enhance its productivity, the 860 is available with numerous boom and stick configurations, depending upon the application.
Two different cabs are available with the Sennebogen 860. Along with the standard D270 maXCab, the 860 can be equipped with Sennebogen’s D300/260 hydraulically elevating cab, which gives operators the ability to adjust the cab upward and forward. Each of the cabs includes the latest D-Series features from Sennebogen such as a sliding entry door, roof-to-floor front window and extensive guarding.
Lannes says that introducing a new model in this size range is a response to increasing customer interest in larger, higher capacity machines. “We see a greater demand among recyclers who are building around high capacity shredders and higher volume processes. Our port customers are attracted to the fuel efficiency of our machines, shifting away from converted excavators to install equipment that achieves faster loading cycles with longer reach.”
Powered by a 364 HP, 11-liter Cummins, the machine delivers a generous power profile for extended operating cycles with low fuel consumption, the company says. The 860 models can be ordered with electric power, as stationary or tethered units. The swing gear is driven by a closed circuit loop with independent swing pump, piggybacked on the main pump. Both mobile platforms provide an extra-wide stance allowing the machines to lift and swing full loads through a 360o arc.
More information is available at www.sennebogen-na.com
CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc., Sabetha, Kan., has introduced its new brand, ArmorHog. ArmorHog provides high-performance screens, tips, hammers and other replacement parts for all brands and models of industrial grinders. ArmorHog also provides custom made hammer mill screens and grates for all brands, all configurations and all grinder models. It provides grinder tips, bits, strikers and replacement hammer heads.
ArmorHog uses the high quality parent metal in all of its forgings and has its own blend of carbide called NitroGrit, a proprietary blend of carbide found that the company says is best suited for grinding applications. NitroGrit can be applied in any custom pattern that customer's request, and is available in a variety of grit levels.
More information is available at www.armorhog.com.
CyberLock from Corballis, Ore.-based Videx, provides electronic versions of standard mechanical lock cylinders. According to the company, retrofitting lock hardware is as simple as removing a mechanical lock's key-cylinder and replacing it with the electronic cylinder.
With more than 270 electronic lock cylinder designs, CyberLocks can be used to secure interior and exterior doors and cabinets, audit container and cargo activity, manage access to computer carts and servers and protect cash in transit fare boxes, ATMs and gaming and vending equipment. CyberLock says its electronic cylinders, programmable keys and access management software are designed to offer a variety of solutions to provide physical security and key control.
Each person's key can be programmed with specific access permissions needed to do their jobs, determining which locks they can open and when. Both the electronic key and lock record openings and exceptions, including unauthorized attempts to enter, according to CyberLock. “This detailed audit reporting and email alerts increase accountability and can be valuable when management needs to know who and when someone has accessed an area,” the company notes in a press release.
The electronic keys cannot be duplicated or copied at the local hardware store, which erases the threat of unknown keys in circulation, according to the company. If a key is lost, it can be blocked from accessing any locks.