Departments - Products & Equipment

April 30, 2014
CDR Staff

1. Fecon depth control rotor system. Fecon Inc., Lebanon, Ohio, has introduced the Depth Control Rotor (DCR) system, which the company says brings a new level of performance and value to mulching, controlling the depth of bite and directing material flow so that energy is reserved for production. Other features of the DCR system include:

  • builds on Fecon’s reversible Samurai knife tool to enable more cutting with less horsepower
  • depth control rings lend further impact protection to the tool body, and reduces shock loading to the mechanical or hydraulic drive line
  • available in skid steer model mulching attachments and most PTO (power take-off) and hydraulic prime mover models

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2. Eye Trax ranger series construction camera. Eye Trax, a Charlotte, N.C.-based manufacturer of wireless outdoor security cameras, has launched the Eye Trax Ranger Series construction camera, a wireless, cellular-based surveillance camera designed for remote security monitoring of construction job sites, the company says. Other features include, according to Eye Trax:

  • indefinitely powered by a 14-inch by 14-inch solar panel
  • motion-sensing and night vision capabilities
  • controlled by a web-based user interface or mobile phone application

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3. Rotobec orange peel grapple. Rotobec Inc., Sainte-Justine, Quebec, offers orange peel grapples for handling various types of scrap metal. Features include:

  • available in a range of sizes and models with the option of closed, semi-closed or open tine configurations
  • the 4-tine models range from 0.5 to 3 cubic yards, while the 5-tine models range from 0.5 to 1.8 cubic yards
  • option to include an integrated magnet, which is effective for scrap yard cleanup or material separation
  • an interlocked head structure, enclosed cylinder guards and Rotobec-patented RT rotators also are options

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4. Terex Finlay horizontal impact crusher. Terex Finlay, based in Northern Ireland, has launched its new I-100RS direct drive 34-inch by 34-inch horizontal impact crusher. The machine’s variable speed gives operators unprecedented levels of fuel efficiency and production in both recycling and quarrying applications, the company says. Other features include:

  • direct drive crusher chamber with unique belt tensioner system allowing for rapid adjustment
  • hydraulic apron setting assist provides convenient and efficient adjustment of the aprons and hydraulic overload protection
  • detachable single deck screen returns oversize material back to the crusher via the on-board recirculating system
  • detachable screen, fines and transfer conveyor allow for open circuit crushing

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