Prolec support JN Bentley to upgrade its excavator safety systems for deployment to complex, critical infrastructure projects throughout the UK.
As part of this, the company wants to continue its drive towards complete safety by upgrading its safety systems to meet the exacting standards of several high-profile organisations and companies. One of these companies is Severn Trent.
The expansion will allow vessels up to 300m in length to berth while enabling the transfer of 6,000-tonne cargo loads per vessel. On completion, the harbour will feature 1.3km of protective breakwater…
VCMF – a leading specialist in maritime and river works based in France – required a machine control solution that could be delivered, installed, calibrated, and tested within a narrow lead time at its facility in Villeneuve-le-Roi, Paris.
The OEM required a proven envelope monitoring solution for high-reach boom excavators to meet the safety standards, factory integration needs, and in-field serviceability demands of its global operations.
Contracted to complete piling work in close proximity to 275kV power lines, the international engineering specialists took every precaution by choosing Prolec’s PME400 safety system.
With over 20 years of industry experience, Ashleigh Contracts – a leading UK marine civil engineering specialist – has collaborated with Prolec to increase the productivity of its marine and coastal defence construction operations.
In May 2019, a Singapore-based Kobelco dealer approached Prolec to purchase forty PME200 RCI (Rated Capacity Indicator) systems for its range of excavators.
In July 2019, Medway Internal Drainage Board invested in extended warranties for their Spearhead fleet’s new PME100 systems. Medway originally asked the team to replace its ageing Heightmaster systems with solutions of the same kind.
The specifics of Hydradig’s design and function meant Prolec had to engineer a bespoke solution which would not only fit the excavator’s compact dimensions but also be capable of reliably controlling its range of motion.
The system represents the culmination of five years of development, to produce a weighing system which can be incorporated into Caterpillar’s articulated dump trucks (ADTs).
After securing a contract for in-shore harbour reclamation works in Hamburg-Moorburg, Heinrich Weseloh GmbH were required to remove the contaminants in the harbour seabed.
Real-time height restriction was required to maintain the safe operation of EA’s telehandlers for jobs around their yard. PME100CZH – a system designed specifically for use with telehandlers – was fitted.
Contractor 4Recycling has been working alongside dredging specialist Land and Water Services to find a solution to treat and reuse more than 32,000 tonnes of PCB-contaminated sediment.
Digmaster Pro was chosen by GP Papenburg to enhance the productivity of their excavators in earthmoving and road construction. A major reason for choosing Digmaster Pro was the intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI)…
The German inland waterway network stretches to around 7300km and is crucial to the country’s economy. Not only is it well used by tourists and holidaymakers, but it is also an integral trade hub for international freight transport.
After a highly successful project with Prolec in the past providing a tailored 3D machine guidance package for use with its highly specialised scissor excavator ‘MAX’, GeoOcean decided to continue its partnership with Prolec.
Reuse GmbH, a civil engineering company specialising in coastal protection completes a substantial dyke reconstruction project in Büsum, Germany.