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Datatag shows Compact Cesar

Datatag launched two security products designed to protect small tools and equipment. Datatag manages the established Cesar (Construction Equipment Security and Registration) scheme, whose prominent triangular registration plates are being fitted to an increasing variety of new plant in the UK. Now, there are smaller sized registration markers for power tools and items such as plate compactors, rammers, portable generators and hydraulic power packs.

The new Compact Cesar system uses a green triangular registration plate carrying a

registration number, which is securely bolted to the equipment. There are also four tamper evident mini triangular Cesar labels, together with a hidden RFID transponder to provide an ‘electronic fingerprint’. Where surface space on an item is really limited, Datatag can now provide a durable label with a unique identification number which incorporates ‘stealth UV etching technology’. Even if thieves remove the label, the ultraviolet fingerprint will continue to positively identify the item.

08450 700440 CBL displays high-tip Messersi

Having become a regional dealer for Messersi tracked dumpers last September, CBL exhibited the recently improved CH 2-N 13D 550kg-capacity high-tip model. Manufactured in Italy, this 800mm-wide machine now features a better-positioned 13hp Kubota Z-482 engine. The 9-litre fuel tank is now located inside the

re-designed engine canopy, and there is also a new control panel. Another change is the adoption of longer-life bearings in the idlers of the undercarriage. The machine weighs 680kg and it has a scissor mechanism to raise the skip to provide a maximum discharge height of 1360mm.

02380 603712

Seddons promotes micro crusher

After being revealed at last year’s Executive Hire Show, the Camon C3 tracked crusher from Tracmaster went into production during the middle of 2010. The latest unit, which features an improved hopper that folds down flat for easier transportation and storage, was shown this year on dealer Seddons’ stand.

The C3 utilises the chassis from Seddons’ proven TD650 rubber tracked dumper with its 13hp Honda GX390 petrol engine. The machine weighs 650kg and is only 660mm wide to allow access to confined spaces. The 1000mm square hopper, with its feed height of 1700mm, enables convenient loading by hand or with a small excavator or loader.

The jaws have a maximum feed area of 330mm x 370mm and they exert a maximum pressure of 18 tonnes. The opening can be adjusted to provide three different grades of crushed material that is discharged from a chute at the front of the machine at the rate of up to 2 tonne per hour.

01204 854600


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