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February 7, 2020

QED Environmental Systems SEM Rover.

QED Environmental Systems Inc., Dexter, Michigan, has announced the new SEM Rover, a wheeled sampling wand that provides functional improvements to the LANDTEC SEM5000 methane detector for landfill surface emissions monitoring (SEM). Features of the SEM Rover include:

  • a lightweight, high-strength aluminum framework
  • durable, high-visibility powder coat finish
  • an adjustable push handle
  • three large wheels to maintain stability and ease transit over all types of terrain

Visit www.qedenv.com for more information.

Tomra Gain deep learning add-on.

Asker, Norway-based Tomra Sorting Recycling has launched Gain, a deep learning-based sorting technology to further enhance the performance of its sensor-based sorting machines. Gain will be available as an add-on option for the company’s Autosort machines. Features of Gain include:

  • ejection of silicon cartridges from a polyethylene (PE) stream using camera information
  • sensor-based ejection of bundled, damaged and deformed cartridges
  • supports full belt speed up to 3 meters per second, ensuring optimal performance
  • helps sorting machines adapt to new waste streams

Visit www.tomra.com/en for more information.

Astec Mobile Screens Ranger line.

Astec Mobile Screens, Sterling, Illinois, announced a new line of compact track-mounted equipment. The Ranger line will include a variety of jaw crushers, impact crushers, cone crushers, incline screens and trommels. Features of the Ranger line include:

  • easily transported via shipping container
  • ideal for smaller operations that require powerful equipment with a limited footprint
  • allows for increased versatility and flexibility during operations
  • serves markets such as building and construction, landscaping, recycling and more

Visit www.kpijci.com for more information.

BossTek variable frequency drive.

BossTek, Peoria, Illinois, has introduced an optional variable frequency drive (VFD) to its lineup of dust suppression equipment that allows users to adjust airflow to suit a broader range of applications and working environments. Features of the VFD control include:

  • a ducted fan design to atomize the water flow into droplets 50-200 microns in size
  • flexible motor control options, including volts per hertz, sensorless vector control and economizer mode
  • a dual-port Ethernet/IP card for networking flexibility
  • LCD human interface module

Visit www.bosstek.com for more information.