roll-off hoist Articles

  • Technology helps advance collection efficiency: imperceptible to the eye, yet major to the industry

    It’s common knowledge to any one of us who work in the waste management industry in North America that, until quite recently, the average citizen didn’t give much thought to the technology behind the collection truck that rolled by every week in their neighborhood. In fact, they might have been surprised to know that collection vehicle manufacturers have been producing trucks that are ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Upgrade of turbine intake damper controllers on SS Cape Isabel - Case Study

    Overview SS Cape Isabel is a 655ft, 15,000 ton roll on/roll off cargo ship based at Long Beach and operated by the US Military Sealift Command. Launched in 1976, the ship is powered by two steam turbines. The Reason The ship’s two turbine intake radial vane dampers were equipped with pneumatic controllers (actuators) which were now obsolete. The old ...


    By Rotork

  • Skidding system, mastered & powered by Holmatro

    With the recent delivery of a double-acting skidding system, the industrial section of Holmatro is focusing on the development and production of complete, client-specific solutions in the field of heavy transport. With this, besides the usual vertically oriented applications such as hoisting and lifting, Holmatro is concentrating on the horizontal movement of heavy loads. Reducing hassle for ...


    By Holmatro

  • M-Coating – drain & sewer spraylining the economical solution to manhole shaft renovation

    M-Coating – Procedure for renovating a manhole shaft using ERGELIT Kombina KS M-Coating is a new, innovative renovation technique for both round and rectangular drainage shafts from 500mm to 1200mm. It is based on over 15 years of the Hermes company’s experience. Using this centrifuge spray technique, walls of shafts up to 10 metres deep can be coated to a realistic thickness. ...


    By HERMES Technologie Ltd.

  • Cleaner Production in the Mining Industry: Mount Isa Mines

    MIM Holdings Limited has implemented a program of innovations which has enabled the company to open a new mine and add new electricity-using activities while cutting total annual electricity use and carbon dioxide emissions. MIM has committed to the Australian Governmentís Greenhouse Challenge. This Federal and State Government sponsored initiative requires companies to reduce emissions of carbon ...


  • The case for automatic weirs

    With hosepipe bans returning to parts of the country this summer, it’s easy to forget the disastrous floods of recent years – unless, of course, you were personally affected. This year’s harsh winter and modest levels of spring and summer rainfall belie a growing trend of more extreme weather events hitting the UK and a pattern of warmer winters and wetter summers. As we saw ...


    By Kijlstra LTD.

  • Glass blended rapidly with abrasion resistant rotary mixer

    While most reading this article may be unfamiliar with the Kopp Glass name, most are likely familiar with Kopp Glass products. From a humble beginning more than 80 years ago, as a manufacturer of red glass for railroad signals, Kopp now claims to be the world's leading producer of precision molded industrial quality technical glass.  The company is known worldwide among the ...

  • Desubmerge Your Submersible Pump

    A few decades ago, well, definitely not more than four, a contractor was introduced to electric powered submersible pumps. The crew’s first reaction was, “What! You’re going to throw that electric motor in the water? You’ve got to be crazy!” After a few weeks of getting comfortable with the subs, the whole crew was handling them like ...


    By Griffin Dewatering

  • The rising tide of environmental refugees

    Our early twenty-first century civilization is being squeezed between advancing deserts and rising seas. Measured by the biologically productive land area that can support human habitation, the earth is shrinking. Mounting population densities, once generated solely by population growth, are now also fueled by the relentless advance of deserts and may soon be affected by the projected rise in sea ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Hungarian water companies use British Cranes

    Water companies in Hungary are benefiting from British innovation to handle pumps and other equipment in access shafts safely and economically after local handling specialist Modul Stor supplied compact cranes designed and manufactured by Penny Hydraulics in the UK. Some of the companies are using portable Davit Cranes ...


    By Water Active Ltd

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