Terberg Omnidel Binlift Sequel Premieres At Pollutec 2010 With The Promise Of A Surprise Product Launch
30 November 2010, News release from Terberg Matec UK Ltd
The world of film-making is awash with lacklustre sequels, we've all too often sat through painful big budget follow ups attempting to cash in on the box office success of their predecessors but rarely do they deliver.
In the world of waste management, leading environmental equipment manufacturer Terberg Matec are set to premiere a sequel that breaks away from that norm, promising that it not only delivers more than its predecessor, it collects better too!
At Pollutec 2010 in Lyon, Terberg Matec will unveil the latest evolution in their "Omni" line of bin lift equipment, the all new OmniDEL. Featuring an all star line up of features the new OmniDEL looks set to offer the waste management market the best available performance from a bin lift and will certainly be worth a look on their show stands G147 and G148.
Terberg have also promised a surprise product launch, the details of which will be revealed on their stand at the show.
The all new OmniDEL bin lift has received much more than a 'nip and tuck' and bears improvements borne of global customer feedback received from over six years of operation of thousands of OmniDEL units.
So what can you expect from the new OmniDEL?
Well, collection efficiencies are certainly going to improve as the new OmniDEL offers a reduced cycle time of 6 seconds, shaving a whole second off the previous cycle time per bin. The same lightweight design principles remain making the new OmniDEL one of the lightest, full featured, low level automatic bin lifts available today.
Maintenance times are reduced too, with several reliability improvements such as vibration resistant, IP69K rated, automotive components offering better resistance to high pressure, high temperature cleaning and the harsh environment of modern bin collections. Bearing housings are improved and Terberg have integrated contactless wear-free angle sensors to the design. Also improved is the hopper plate with increased reinforcement to withstand potential damage.
In the unlikely event of a breakdown repair times are expected to be shorter too. Better access to control boxes and components, the addition of 'Plug and Play' connections to all cables, an improved intelligent diagnosis system and a CAN controlled system that includes CleAN open protocol to offer simpler interfacing with truck chassis and bodies all improve ease of repair and maintenance.
Terberg are confident that the combined effect of everything above will result in a binlift with even better reliability and less downtime than the previous incarnation of OmniDEL.
Terberg have moved the position of the OmniDEL's Emergency Stop buttons to a location that provides a better ergonomic fit with operators, OmniDEL's fold-out safety arms haven't escaped the overhaul either, these are now redesigned to be more robust and have a longer life.
Popular features carried over from the previous OmniDEL include automatic mode changeover between trade and domestic operation, sonar sensor anti-spillage system to automatically shake bins containing materials that are difficult to discharge, single point greasing to offer easy greasing of all ten points, a two-speed lift cycle providing a safe, smooth bin pick up and a tip angle of 50° to ensure discharge of 'sticky' materials.
Last but not least, the new OmniDEL retains Terberg's unique pick-up geometry that prevents kick back of bins to reduce the likelihood of operator injury.
We mentioned a surprise product launch earlier and it is this product that Terberg are most excited about, the new product is set to build upon the benefits offered by Terberg's innovative eco-Pump system and promises to provide collection operations a much needed alternative power solution for bin lifts that will eliminate fuel consumption and CO2 emissions attributable to the bin lift and reduce noise emissions. All will be revealed on Terberg Matec's stand at Pollutec.
Director for Terberg Matec France, M. Bert-Jan Haverkamp had this to say: "Pollutec 2010 represents our opportunity to present the best of innovation and ingenuity that Terberg Matec have to offer. This year we have a very good feeling that our stand is set to surpass the performance of previous years.
We have taken additional stand space, we are planning the launch of two brand new products for which demonstrations will be given and we have the excellent KTZ product.
We are very much looking forward to meeting up with clients old, new and prospective and extend an open invitation to all to come and join us for a chat and a coffee on our stands. We are confident that Terberg Matec at Pollutec 2010 will have something of interest to everyone"
Visitors to Terberg's stand will be able to see demonstrations of the new OmniDEL, their new alternative power solution and their latest evolution of trade collection binlift, the OmniTRADE.
Also on their stand, Terberg's innovative underground and above-ground waste container collection system, the KTZ, offering safe, efficient collection of waste and recyclables will be available for viewing together with their latest developments in weighing, RFID and telematic systems that integrate perfectly with their collection product lines.
TERBERG MATEC FRANCE - STANDS G147 & G148 - www.terbergmatec.com
For further information please email Terberg Matec UK Ltd