ESCO technology detects bucket component loss
The G.E.T. Detect System provides instant feedback to the operator so the machine can be shut down to avoid damage
ESCO has released a parts monitoring system for shovels and loaders which works exclusively on the Nemisys Lip System.
The new G.E.T. Detect System provides instant feedback to the machine operator for G.E.T. component loss so the machine can be shut down to avoid damage to the bucket lip system and the necessary steps can be taken to prevent lost parts and damage to expensive crushing equipment.
The Nemisys lip components are equipped with sensors that are monitored in real-time by two receiving antennae on the exterior of the machine. In the event of component loss, the machine operator receives an audible signal and a visual indication on a screen as to what location the component loss occurred at.
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