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ACE Plant targets events

ACE Plant displayed its Ecolite-P Plus version of the eco-friendly lighting tower developed originally by Taylor Construction Plant (TCP). As well as a 9.1m mast with four high-efficiency ceramic discharge lamps, it is fitted with a CCTV camera with pan, tilt and zoom capabilities, wi-fi communications technology and a public address system. ACE MD Frank Cundell believes the machine is ideal for use at concerts and other

events as it offers many functions from one unit. It is also useful for monitoring the safety of personnel working in remote locations such as large quarries or construction sites.

01908 562191 Get hitched with JCB

JCB Attachments promoted a double locking quick hitch that features independent locking of the front and rear pins. Designed for use with tracked excavators, including the JS130 through to the JS460, and the wheeled JS130W to the JS200W, the hitch is compatible with the manufacturer’s buckets and scoop buckets, along with its powered attachments. The Dualock uses the blocking bar system from JCB’s Bug coupler to secure the rear pin lock. In addition, a mechanical front lock secures the front pin independently of the rear. The face of the front locking mechanism is painted red and can easily be seen from the cab, ensuring the operator can be confident that the bucket is securely fastened before operating the machine. A series of warnings and alerts help the user

confirm that each stage has been completed successfully.

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Speedy shows security

Prominent on Speedy’s stand was the Camwatch CCTV tower that incorporates a bulletproof camera, a digital video recorder and a public address system. The passive infrared detectors work within a range of up to 40m and the camera can record at a maximum rate of 50 images a second on to the integral 200GB hard disk. The hirer also gave details of Msite, developed by Human Recognition Systems, which provides biometric access control for site security. The system is based round a steel anti-vandal cabin with turnstiles and a software program that links to a biometric reader, which scans a person’s hand or iris to allow authorisation.Various reports can be generated relating to attendance of personnel and hours worked.

0845 850 0310 GenQuip’s battery Fusion

The new F360 Fusion from GenQuip is a 12V battery powered version of the popular G360 Groundhog welfare unit, which accommodates up to six people.The water, heating and lighting facilities run off the 12V supply, which can reduce by up to 80% the use of the 6kVA generator, which GenQuip describes as operating more like a battery charger. Each Fusion also

carries an energy value certificate, similar to those on white goods, to highlight its environmentally friendly characteristics. Also available is the Fusion+, whose additional features include a fully insulated floor and a flush toilet that recycles rainwater collected from the roof.

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