Harbour handling

11 April 2008

The ever-greater quantities of goods handled globally, mixed with modern logistics, means safety and equipment availability is more important than ever, says Germany-based sensor specialist Tecsis.

The PS01 monitors loads on harbour and boom cranes, detects when the cable is slack, and prevents overloading by sending commands to the crane control system.

“It simultaneously determines and compares the crane's parameters, preventing operating states that could compromise crane safety,” says Tecsis.

“Thanks to its clear technical and financial benefits, it is ideal for use in ori g inal equipment of new cranes, but also as a replacement or for retrofitting to existing systems, ” ex plains the company.

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