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A range limiting device for excavators is a safety feature designed to enhance the operational safety of excavating machinery. This device is engineered to prevent the excavator from operating beyond predefined parameters, ensuring that the equipment stays within a specified range of motion or working area.

The range limiting device utilizes advanced sensors and technology to monitor the excavator's movement and position. By setting predefined limits for factors such as reach, height, and swing, the device actively restricts the excavator from exceeding these predetermined boundaries. This is crucial in preventing accidental collisions, damage to surrounding structures, and ensuring the safety of both operators and bystanders.

The range limiting device can be installed on excavators, concrete pumps, telehandlers, and more. It integrates seamlessly with the excavator's control system and sensors.

A 2D digging system for excavators is a technology that significantly enhances the precision and efficiency of excavation operations. This system employs cutting-edge sensors and GPS technology to provide real-time data about the excavator's position and depth, allowing operators to achieve precise digging targets with accuracy.

The 2D digging system utilizes sensors mounted on the excavator's boom, stick, and bucket to constantly measure the equipment's position and orientation. Combined with GPS technology, this data is then processed by an onboard computer, creating a virtual representation of the excavation site. The system compares the actual position of the bucket with the desired design parameters, providing operators with visual and audible cues to ensure they stay on target.

Incorporating a 2D digging system into your excavator not only improves operational efficiency but also contributes to a safer and more cost-effective excavation process.

A scale for wheel loaders is a weighing system integrated into the loader's design to accurately measure the weight of materials being loaded or transported. This technology enhances the efficiency of material handling operations by providing real-time weight data, allowing operators and businesses to optimize load capacities and monitor material movement with precision.

The scale for wheel loaders incorporates load cells, sensors, and advanced electronics to measure the weight of the material in the loader bucket. As the loader lifts or moves materials, the system continuously calculates and displays the weight on a digital interface within the loader's cabin. Some systems also offer the ability to record and transmit data for further analysis and reporting.

Optimized payloads, reduced material waste and enhanced customer satisfaction. Incorporating a scale for wheel loaders into your operations empowers entrepreneurs to make more informed decisions, optimize load capacities, and ultimately increase profitability by maximizing efficiency and minimizing waste.

e-Trak systems can be installed at any time during the life of your machine. Contractors equip their machines with these safety systems primarily for their rapid return on investment, the increased safety on worksites and the time optimization that e-Trak equipment brings.

e-Trak is currently installed throughout North America. Our team of on-the-road technicians install the systems and provide technical support as required. We also offer remote technical support.

e-Trak is part of a group of companies known as GRYB International. The other companies are Shearex, Bateman Manufacturing, Winkle Industries, Serco Loaders, GRYB, Dalkotech and Radtech. GRYB International is located out of Victoriaville, QC, and aims to create the ultimate heavy equipment attachment portfolio in the material handling industries.