As part of the companies’ joint vision to ensure that all operators return home safely from work, the service improves off-track plant safety and productivity, delivering reliable protection for operations in close proximity to live railway lines.
After equipping its latest RRV with PME Euro Rail as standard, IH Systems were impressed with the reliability of the system’s height and slew control, coupled with its RCI (Rated Capacity Indicator) capability.
The system enables hazard mitigation to be delivered across a wide range of construction applications, addressing industry challenges associated with hazard strikes and conducting operations in close proximity to the passing public.
Prolec, a global leader in the design and development of innovative productivity and safety solutions, unveiled a suite of new additions to its extensive product portfolio on stands N9 and N10 at this year’s Plantworx exhibition.
The pcX-Pro guidance system allows the user to see detailed digital terrain models and designs of the environment around them. On water-based projects this allows the operator to ensure they dredge the sea or riverbed to the correct depth – a process called ‘on grade’ – without actually seeing it.
Following a recent audit, James Fisher Prolec is pleased to have achieved the standards required for ISO 9001:2015 certification. This recommendation to retain certification was achieved with no non-conformances raised.
James Fisher Prolec has been shortlisted for ‘technological innovation of the year’ at the London Construction Awards for its industry-revolutionising automatic machine safety limiting system, PMX.
Tolk and Dusterhüs have recently cemented a long standing partnership with James Fisher Prolec after signing a distributor agreement which will allow them to supply Prolec’s innovative machine productivity and safety systems in Germany.
James Fisher Prolec, a world-leader in innovative machine productivity and safety systems, has re-established a strong working relationship with Wycliffe crane and excavator safety systems, who have signed a new distributor agreement.
James Fisher Prolec, a world-leader in innovative machine productivity and safety systems, welcomes IH Systems as its latest distributor for Poland. The distribution deal follows IH Systems’ recent purchase of Prolec’s Eurorail system.
Young Plant Sales has recently signed an agreement that will see the company become a distributor of James Fisher Prolec’s world-leading, innovative machine productivity and safety systems in Scotland.
James Fisher Prolec (JF Prolec), the world-leader in innovative machine productivity and safety systems, has developed a suite of customer-centric accredited training courses for its industry-leading PME product range, to be delivered in conjunction with the Construction Training Academy (CTA).
James Fisher Prolec, a world-leader in innovative machine productivity and safety systems, has recently launched a 24 hour phone line providing technical support services for its customers.
James Fisher Prolec, a world-leader in innovative machine productivity and safety systems, is pleased to announce that Sphere 24, formerly a Prolec distributor, has been appointed as a sales agent for Prolec products.
James Fisher Prolec, a world-leader in innovative machine productivity and safety systems, has recently expanded its service offering, in response to unprecedented levels of demand, to include two fully chapter 8 compliant service vans.
Pelican is their quarterly newsletter which lists news from all the James Fisher Prolec group of companies. The publication provides a regular update of news and views from across the organisation.
James Fisher Prolec, a part of James Fisher and Sons plc, has successfully achieved full Automatic Weighing Instruments EU-type approval from the National Measurements and Regulatory Office (NMRO) for its innovative Container Weight System (CWS)™.
The High Output Plant System (HOPS) train being used to electrify the 235 miles of railway between Maidenhead and Swansea has been uniquely designed to have the capability to work ‘adjacent line open’ so trains can still run when work is being carried out.
Prolec launched its distributor network at the beginning of 2013. It looked to build partnerships with companies that could boast technical competence, knowledge of the Prolec brand and its product range, and which demonstrated ambition in developing their own businesses alongside Prolec.
Last year’s changes in safety legislation for the Norwegian rail construction industry have provided a challenge for plant suppliers required to meet tightened safety standards and an additional requirement for the monitoring of safe load functionality.
The system is a modular range focused on machine control and safety. At its heart is an innovative, patented platform concept called the Prolec Machine Engine (PME). This technology controls a vast range of equipment types by deploying sophisticated modelling strategies to precisely determine machine positioning.
The event was for around 100 customers keen to witness the introduction of this next-generation, modular safety and control system for plant machinery across a broad range of applications. At the launch, Prolec focused on safety, showing PME as an elegant replacement to its legendary Liftwatch and Heightwatch product ranges.
With the Infrarail awards highly respected across the rail industry, Prolec is delighted to have secured the coveted award for health and safety, and to have prevailed over nine other nominated contenders in this category. The company’s Liftwatch Rail technology (now PMERail) recently received European type approval and is the only safety control solution with this accreditation.
The all-new modular architecture at the core of the Prolec Machine Engine (PME) allows it to address and control a vast range of equipment types. Key to its adaptability is a sophisticated software modelling strategy that precisely determines machine positioning in real-time, irrespective of the machine type.
The first product models from an entirely new modular range focused on machine safety will be unveiled at an event being staged at Donington Park Raceway on 9th May 2012. At the heart of the new system is an innovative, patented new platform concept called the Prolec Machine Engine (PME).
The company’s birthday is Christmas Eve – still the far end of the year but nonetheless significant for the industry’s leading provider of construction plant safety system solutions. Like many industries, the past 30 years has seen dramatic changes. For Prolec, the advance of technology has been at the heart of its innovative solutions.
This extra functionality will allow plant owners and site managers to review operational efficiencies and develop better productivity strategies across a broad range of plant applications and markets. The new Prolec control system already features a huge memory capacity as an inherent part of its microprocessor controller design.
The ruggedised display module and its icon-driven control software will be immediately familiar to users of modern Smartphones and latest-generation Sat-Nav systems. Alongside safety, efficiency is key to plant operators.