Products and Solutions that Increase Port Productivity
Banner products and solutions for port equipment increase operator efficiency and improve throughput. As a long-standing member of the Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA), Banner understands the challenges unique to ports.
The sensors, safety equipment, wireless products, LED lights and indicators we design and develop for port applications are built to withstand and reliably perform in harsh and challenging conditions. Every day, in ports all around the world, terminal operators, carriers, stevedores, bulk cargo handlers and shippers benefit from adding our advanced solutions to their machinery.
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Wireless monitoring of rotating parts on coal conveyors throughout a large port allows operators to utilize predictive maintenance to prevent failure and save money while reducing downtime.
Banner’s WLS28 Work Light Strips provide numerous energy-efficient solutions for illuminating work areas and enclosure interiors with intense, long-lasting and durable cool white light. These LED lighting strips not only provide even, extremely bright cabinet illumination, but they also conveniently fit in the enclosure and can be plugged into any local power source.
Visual indication is an easy, effective way to communicate status to keep equipment operating efficiently and increase productivity. Intensely bright beacon lights are highly visible during daylight and indicate the condition of the spreader twist locks to the operator cabin to ensure a secure lift. The beacon lights feature intense levels of light output and are very rugged and durable, making them ideal for outdoor indication applications.
Applications involving such large machinery can make wiring difficult and unsafe. Fortunately, wireless solutions allow for easy transmission of distance data. Various wireless devices can be setup up between cranes so multiple cranes can service the same area. Wireless products are also offered in rugged housing making them suitable for outdoor environments. Using wireless equipment to accurately monitor the cranes prevents costly repairs or replacements.