Finnish waste management and recycling equipment manufacturer, TANA is to launch a new smart drum screen equipped with scales to measure both coarse grain and fine grain tonnages in real time at IFAT 2016 exhibition in Munich, Germany.
The manufacturer said that the new 6D drum screen completes its product range of waste compactors, chippers and shredders, and can be linked to a shredder, wheel loader or other machinery with TANA Smart Site system.
According to the company its new drum screen is mechanically reliable with just two hydraulic pumps, fully hydrostatic transmission, all electronic switches, pressure sensors to protect against potential damage and control system that enables preventative maintenance.
It was also said to have a huge capacity with a 5.5 metres long and 2.2 metres diameter drum, which is easily replaceable.
TANA explained that its Smart Site system measures fuel consumption, machine up-time and production tonnage of coarse and fine grain. This allows to control, analyse and streamline the entire work process, and can be accessed remotely via the Internet.
The company said that Smart Site has been further developed in co-operation with customers. Several contractors in UK have been using TANA Smart Site system for hundreds of hours.
“Smart Site reports include exactly the right information. They are easy to read and provide a good summary of the operation”, commented Oliver Dymott of Robert Hopkins Environmental Services, which uses the system.
TANA added that the 6D is easy to operate using main electronic control panel with a colour screen and auxiliary panels other side of the machine. Preset parameters can be saved in the system making it simple to change the screened material and to familiarise new operators.
Servicing was also said to be simple with good access to maintenance areas and maintenance kits available. Leaf spring tandem axle and ABS pneumatic brakes make it easy to move the machine from operating site to another.
The TANA 6D drum screen will be showcased at IFAT exhibition 30 May to 3 June in Hall C1, Stand 427/526.
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