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Genesis Attachments GDT 590

Genesis Attachments, Superior, Wisconsin, has announced the release of its GDT 590, which it describes as the largest Razer Demolition Tool in the line that features four models. Features of the line include:

  • a lighter weight design that is optimized to fit on standard and most high-reach excavators
  • extends the minimum excavator weight to 120,000 pounds, up from the 45,000-, 66,000- and 90,000-pound minimum excavator weights of previous models
  • a 52-inch jaw opening, 46.5-inch jaw depth and 12-foot-plus reach
  • an open relief area that allows material to easily pass through and prevents jamming, which is designed to further enhance processing capability
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NRT color-based optical sorter with Al

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Nashville, Tennessee-based National Recovery Technologies (NRT), a subsidiary of Bulk Handling Systems (BHS), Eugene, Oregon, has released the ColorPlus with Max-AI. Features of the optical sorter include:

  • an additional layer of AI that creates new sorting capabilities by combining the ColorPlus sorter’s high-volume and high-confidence capabilities with Max-AI’s person-like identification decisions
  • a high-resolution RGB color line-scan sensor to identify and sort recyclables by color
  • a camera and deep-learning-based AI to identify recyclables similar to the way a person does
  • tuned to aggressively detect brown fiber and identifies material by type
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Fontaine Magnitude 60LCC lowbed trailer

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Springville, Alabama-based Fontaine Heavy-Haul is introducing a new lowbed trailer called the Fontaine Magnitude 60LCC. According to the company, it can haul 60-ton loads in an efficient configuration. Features of the trailer include:

  • designed for customers operating in regions where spread axle configurations are not required to maximize trailer loads
  • improved maneuverability with a reduced overall length of more than 11 feet compared to a trailer equipped with a flip box, spreader and fourth axle
  • 60-ton capacity and 18-inch deck height
  • boasts a 26-foot clear deck length and a loaded deck height of 18 inches with 6 inches of ground clearance
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Taylor Machine Works lift trucks

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Louisville, Mississippi-based Taylor Machine Works Inc. has announced the release of its XH-650L and XH-700L lift trucks. Features of the new trucks include:

  • powered by a 250-horsepower Cummins QSL9 Tier 4 final turbocharged diesel engine
  • a full range of structurally enhanced Ultra-View XD masts
  • equipped with heavy-duty planetary axles, wet disc brakes, multispeed automatic powershift transmissions and a steer axle
  • backed by Sudden Service Inc. personnel, along with Taylor’s team of authorized dealers and direct factory store locations
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