Perfect electro-hydraulic systems
For over 70 years, brake thrusters of our subsidary EMG Automation GmbH have been used on crane systems and container bridges in ports around the world. To date, their reliability and continuous optimisation, and the further development of all individual parts and assemblies, guarantee the safe actuation of brake systems and therefore form the basis for the fault-free handling of goods.
High availability and reliability, as well as the extreme challenges presented by port facilities throughout the world, do not allow for any compromises in safety.
The ELDRO® and ELHY® brands set the technological standard in the brake sector. Despite the use of electrical or electronic components in modern plants and systems, mechanical safety brakes with electro hydraulic brake thrusters still assume the most important tasks even today. As the last link in the chain of safety measures, our brake thrusters guarantee the safety of personnel and systems, even in a power failure.
Alongside this, EMG products impress through a significant reduction in the installation expenditure, minimal service costs in operation and short commissioning times.
We increase the level of automation, productivity and above all safety on crane systems in container ports
The ports should be a safe place to work. Productivity should be predictable. Employees should have a good, comfortable, ergonomic workplace. The crane operators should be supported in their work.
These are only a few examples of the motivation to use the laser measuring systems of our subsidiary LASE Industrielle Lasertechnik GmbH.
Mostly their measuring systems are used on crane systems (STS, ASC, RMG, RTG). They are used to prevent collisions, support automatic stacking, automatic stacking and automatic container transfer to the horizontally working transport vehicles (trucks, AGVs, straddle carriers), to prevent accidental lifting of trucks or wagons and many more.
LASE supplies the measuring equipment for new cranes and for retrofit projects.
Learn more about LASE's solutions for container ports by visiting their website.