Konecranes biomass cranes

With U.S. headquarters in Springfield, Ohio, Konecranes offers biomass handling cranes. Features include:

  • automatically starts the working cycle to fill the hopper from the storage after it receives the command from the sensor
  • every time crane deposits or picks up material, it updates the storage in that coordinate location
  • integrated rope/cable drum
  • vertical power cable for the bucket
Visit www.konecranesusa.com for more information.

The Ratto Group/Wrighspeed truck

Wrightspeed Inc., Alameda, California, and The Ratto Group, Santa Rosa, California, have unveiled the first commercial application of a range-extended electric collection truck powered by Wrightspeed’s The Route. Features include:

  • recognized by the state of California for its ability to help meet progressive climate and air quality mandates
  • delivers economic, environmental and performance benefits in both original equipment manufacturers-installed new vehicles and existing fleet retrofits
  • designed as a replacement for conventional piston engine and transmission systems
  • provides unlimited range and fuel cost reductions
Visit www.wrightspeed.com for more information.

Haas Tyron shredders

Haas Recycling Systems has released its Haas Tyron shredder, distributed to North America exclusively through Shred-Tech, headquartered in Cambridge, Ontario. Features include:

  • is capable of processing difficult materials
  • able to processes more than 100 tons per hour with minimal dust generation and low wear and tear
  • available in three models—the 1500, 2000 and 2500
  • central lubrication, radio remote control and a control system that works in extreme temperatures
  • available options include trailer or track mounting, hopper extension, particle filter and sprinkling device
Visit www.shred-tech.com for more information.

Empasys processing system

Empasys, Wilmington, Delaware, introduces the on-site AESRPT-BG, a commercial scalable waste-to-energy solution that can be used to produce electricity, heat or cooking gas using organic waste. Features include:

  • the ability to be designed as a single system or multiple systems installed above ground
  • can be installed without a sewage pump if its connected directly with the drain pipe of the sewage system
  • biomass waste can be fed into the system manually or by an automatic sewage pump
  • available as four different systems—System 1 Fermentation, System 2 Fermentation, System 3 Fermentiation and System 4 Fermentation
Visit www.empasys.wordpress.com to learn more.