Metso M&J F320 shredder


Helsinki, Finland-based Metso Outotec has introduced the M&J F320 to target the production of alternative fuels like refuse-derived fuel (RDF) or solid recovered fuel (SRF). Features of the new shredder include:

  • a unique cutting system that requires minimal daily maintenance
  • generates a limited amount of heat, so operators can avoid downtime due to encountering materials such as molten plastic
  • easy access to the shaft from both sides for servicing and cleaning, and the knife blocks have been designed for easy replacement
  • 35 percent lower operating expenses, low total installed power requirements and low operational energy costs

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Cat M320 wheeled excavator

Cat, Deerfield, Illinois, says its new M320 wheeled excavator is designed to optimize performance and efficiency at the job site. Features of the wheeled excavator include:

  • up to 9 percent more swing torque than the Cat M320F to get work done faster
  • longer wheelbase increases operating stability and improves machine ride at speeds reaching 21.7 mph
  • upgrades in machine design reduce the time needed for daily maintenance, while extended filter life and longer service intervals maximize machine uptime availability at the job site
  • powered by a 174 horsepower Cat C4.4 engine that meets EU Stage V and U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final emissions standards

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Fairbanks Scales ACC-3300 quad loadcell launcher

Fairbanks Scales Inc., Overland Park, Kansas, has announced the launch of the ACC-3300 quad load cell controller (QLC). Features of the ACC-3300 include:

  • created to enhance the performance of industrial floor scales, tank scales and hopper scales
  • offers monitoring and troubleshooting capabilities
  • cell-addressed information allows for the immediate identification of issues, reducing service time and improving scale uptime
  • allows for real-time load cell diagnostics and identification of load cell issues

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Eagle International Eagle Edge 360

Eagle International, Lyons, Nebraska, has debuted the Eagle Edge 360, which is designed to produce high-quality mulch from the treads and sidewalls of over-the-road (OTR) tires. Features of the Eagle Edge 360 include:

  • multiple rasp heads in three locations at varying angles increase the surface area that can be claimed as mulch and speed up cycle times
  • can shred rubber mulch from the tread and sidewall simultaneously
  • uses semi-automation through PLCs to maximize efficiency by providing consistent pressure and tire rotation to remove mulch evenly across the whole surface of the tread
  • operators can control rasp angle and depth with a remote function

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