Siqura security cameras

Siqura, a Netherlands-based TKH Security Solutions provider of surveillance systems with U.S. offices in Germantown, Maryland, launched the 1100 Series range of intelligent security cameras. Features include:

  • indoor and outdoor domes, with infrared capabilities and full pan/tilt/zoom function
  • can be housed in the classic bullet and box shapes
  • is engineered for seamless integration with other TKH Security Solutions, including VDG Sense, iProtect and other third-party products
  • designed to meet clients’ security requirements at a lower cost
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Powerscreen Pulse technology

Powerscreen, Louisville, Kentucky, introduces Powerscreen Pulse, digital tools designed to help improve crushing and screening operations. Features include:

  • the ability to view information on production tonnages, fuel usage and fuel costs per ton
  • alarms alerts for rapid response to production issues
  • ability to check at a glance the status and key information of all machines in a fleet
  • designed to identify cost savings using in depth stats and analytics
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JCB Loadall telehandler

JCB of Savanah, Georgia, has released the 540-140 Hi Viz, the fourth model in its Hi Viz telescopic handler range to use JCB’s high-visibility, low-boom-pivot design. Features include:

  • maximum lift capacity of nearly 8,500 pounds, with a maximum lift height of 44.2 feet on wheels or 45.2 feet when using stabilizers
  • the lowest boom mounting in its class, up to 9.25 inches lower than the standard 540-140, for greater visibility across the offside and to the rear of the machine
  • powered by JCB’s EcoMAX diesel engine
  • a low-maintenance 74-horsepower version that meets the latest engine emission standards with no requirement for a diesel particulate filter (DPF) or diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) is available
  • optional single-lever control (SLC) reduces the need for complex interlocks or “dead-man” switches on hydraulic controls
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Doppstadt self-cleaning screening star system

Doppstadt, with U.S. offices in Rockville, Maryland, has announced it has patented its self-cleaning star system. Features of the machine include:

  • wet material can be screened without interruption and materials that may stick to the cleaning stars can easily be patted off
  • the cleaning procedure should not require any additional equipment
  • the patent permits the stars to clean each other because the star fingers gear into the space of the neighboring star screen shaft
  • longest star finger of a screening star is equipped with a metal piece, which strikes the neighboring star screen shaft thus shaking off the adherent materials
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