More orders for Arck - June 2008

France-based Arck Sensor is understood to have another order... 

 
Press release in WORLDCARGO NEWS - June 2008
MORE ORDERS FOR ARCK (PDF)
www.worldcargonews.com

France-based Arck Sensor is understood to have another order for its Sirrah and Spica sensors from Yaskawa Siemens, in connection with a crane control system being engineered for an automated, rail-mounted stacking crane in a Chinese port. Spica is an optical sensor with infra-red detectors that measures position of the container edge to ensure accurate stacking. One detector is installed at each corner of the spreader and they and the central calculator, which is connected to the main PLC, are protected from shock damage and vibrations in a special steel housing with rubber silent blocks. The Sirrah sensors are used to evaluate beacon angles and measure sway and skew. Normally they are positioned downwards on the trolley while the beacon faces upwards on the spreader. The sensors are connected to the PLC through an RS422 serial interface or a Profibus interface, and they can be designed to measure the beacon’s angular speed as well as the alignment. Details of the new order are not known, but Arck is known to have been working on a tandem spreader application, also believed to have been for a yard crane. In this case the tandems are fitted with six sensors, one on each of the outer corners and one at the same end of each spreader.

New anti-collision sensor from Arck - Feb.2011

France-based Arck Sensor has introduced a new system to prevent collisions ...

Exhibition at ALUMINIUM 2012

09-11 October 2012 / Düsseldorf, Germany

Exhibition at TOC Europe 2012

12-14 June 2012
Antwerp, Belgium

 

Exhibition at TOC Asia 2012

13-15 March 2012 
Hong-Kong

Exhibition at ALUMINIUM China 2011


July 13 - 15, 2011
Shanghai New International Expo Centre

ARCK SENSOR is presenting a pinhole detector to be installed at the exit of the aluminium foil separator.

Exhibition at TOC Europe 7-9 June 2011 Antwerp, Belgium

Visit us our booth n° D32 at TOC EUROPE 2011 in Antwerp, Belgium.

We will present you our new sensor dedicated to Quay Crane Boom to Vessel anti-collision :

Exhibition at ALUMINIUM 2010

Exhibition at TOC Europe 8-10 June 2010 Valencia, Spain

Visit us at TOC EUROPE Valencia, Spain.

 

Exhibition at TOC Europe 16-18 June 2009 Bremen, Germany

Arck Sensor will exhibit for the 13th time at the Terminal Operations and Conference EUROPE event : The Shipping, Ports and Terminals Event for EUROPE. 
For the first time at TOC Europe, Technical Workshops and Seminars will be offered free-to-attend for all visitors at TOC Europe 2009.

Information note : upgrade to our range of infrared beacons - February 2009

 

More orders for Arck - June 2008

France-based Arck Sensor is understood to have another order... 

Chassis Positioning from Arck - May 2008

France-based Arck Sensor has recently installed a new chassis positioning ...

Pin-hole detection on a continuous strip : a new improving process to fully cover the sheet - December 2006

Innovative pin-hole detector : Arck Sensor proposes an automatic detector called CEPHEE …

Drive monitoring and productivity - June 2006

Crane monitoring systems can help improve productivity as well as crane maintenance.

Quayside crane productivity is a key performance indicator for terminal operators, yet many have surprisingly little data on actual crane performance... 

Arck Sensor formed - May 2006

Arck Sensor is a new company formed recently by France-based Arck Electronique, part of Groupe Arck Ingénierie (GAI), in conjunction with Marc Brouant, ...

New Arck Sensors - July 2004

France-based Arck Electronique is set to introduce a new sway/skew ...

Spread that market share - April 2004

World Port Development takes an in-depth look at the world of the spreader and components: When describing the spreader market three words spring to mind: buoyant, innovative and competitive.

Sirrah sensors increase crane productivity - Winter 1999

The continuous increase in container traffic also requires more accurate and more efficient container cranes. Performance can be improved in different ways but the most important factor is to avoid waste of time by decreasing the transfer time of the container from the vessel to the quay. 


Réalisation SYSTONIC 2008