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Site Equipment - What’s New

JCb Hammermaster hydraulic breaker ranges are to get CESAR marking as standard. JCB shows the way with CESAR marking from breakers

JCB today stepped up the battle against construction equipment theft by announcing that seven models in its Hammermaster hydraulic breaker ranges are to get CESAR marking as standard.

JCB say that this move means, the first major manufacturer to make CESAR standard on its construction range in 2007, is the only company to offer the anti-theft marking system on its breakers in the UK.

Paul Hartshorn, Director and General Manager of JCB Attachments, said, “This move is in direct response to our customers, who have asked us to come up with an effective anti-theft deterrent for their breakers.

“Theft of attachments is an ever-growing and often uninsurable problem for our customers and is having a big impact. By registering the breakers with CESAR we are aligning our hammers with the JCB carrier machines which are already protected by CESAR and Datatag technology.”

Datatag has developed a special marking system to cope with the demanding application and working conditions that a hydraulic breaker will encounter. This includes a tamper evident triangular registration plate, with a unique number for each breaker. Radio frequency identification (RFID) transponders are installed on the hammer, along with uniquely numbered ultra-destruct labels with additional covert marking.

“We wanted to ensure that we had a durable security marking solution and so we developed the new system in conjunction with leading hirer Clee Hill Plant,” says Chris Harrison, Datatag’s Sales Director.

“We have had a security system working on Clee Hill breakers for over a year and so we’re confident about the durability of the CESAR breaker system.”

In response to customer demand

JCB Attachments offers a range of 15 hydraulic breakers, to suit its full line of minis, JS excavators, skid steers and backhoe loaders. CESAR will initially be offered on the HM100, HM100Q, HM140, HM140Q, HM166Q, HM266Q and the HM386Q in response to specific customer request. Additional models may be added at a later date to meet customer demand.

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All-New Prolec Product RangeAll-New Prolec Product Range

The first product models from an entirely new modular range focused on machine safety have now been introduced. At the heart of the new system is an innovative, patented new platform concept called the Prolec Machine Engine (PME). This technology can control a vast range of equipment types by deploying sophisticated modelling strategies to precisely determine machine positioning.

Within the PME platform, which sits at the heart of the new Prolec Safety Controller, core software processes sensor data to model exact positional references. This real time machine position allows safer operation across an array of equipment functions including lifting safety, height and slew control, overturning protection, reach control and cab protection.

The Prolec Safety Controller can be installed on virtually any piece of construction plant to instantly deliver access to a range of safety solutions. When combined with Prolec’s all-new intelligent operator interface the systems that can be deployed are almost unlimited.

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