ASGCO will showcase its latest innovative product — the Safe-Guard Return Idler Cage. It is designed to catch the return idler to prevent it from falling onto workers or equipment. The cage is made of durable powder-coated A36 and requires no welding. The open slots prevent material from building up. It is easy to install and remove for belt maintenance using the quick mounting kit, which includes beam clamps, links, and adjustable chains.
NOMIS Seismographs will showcase its full line of monitoring equipment, including the Supergraph and the Mini Supergraph. Booth visitors will be able to see a demonstration of Super Graphics Analysis and download software, and will see the newest in vibration and sound monitoring equipment.
JWS will showcase its Apex Kiosk with the Apex Auto ID Module, which provides attended/unattended vehicle identification, check-in/check-out, tare-in/ticket-out, loader notification, and auto load. The integrated touch screen allows driver input/verification of load information, purchase order number, trailer number, inbound material, and other information. The kiosk can communicate with a variety of input/output devices, including traffic lights, site lights, traffic gates, and vehicle position photo sensors.
Endecotts will have its EFL2000 particle analyzer on display at the show. The EFL is specially designed to operate with heavy samples without the loss of performance. It is equipped with a power source that ensures the right vibration is imparted to the sample for fast, accurate, and reproducible tests. The company says it is simple to operate, offers quick-release clamps, accommodates sieves from 8 to 12 inches in diameter, and is suitable for wet or dry sieving.
PPI’s new line of Pro Duty Drums will be highlighted at the show. The drums are made with a solid profiled end disc that has the hub machined into it rather than welded in. The company says this eliminates the hub-to-end disc weld that is responsible for over 90 percent of drum pulley failures. The tapered profile design decreases the bushing stress up to 40 percent.
Libra Systems will have its Camera ID on display.
The company says the system eliminates the delays/costs of paper signatures and provides proof-of-purchase for quick, fool-proof resolution of billing disputes. It requires no action by the driver. The billing clerk can easily retrieve transaction images (with imbedded ticket data) and e-mail them to the customer.
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