Product News: August 2016

Check out the latest product offerings for the portable sanitation industry
Product News: August 2016
ScreenCo Systems Mega Screen septic receiving station.

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ScreenCo Systems septic receiving station
The Mega Screen septic receiving station from ScreenCo Systems is designed for industrial-scale processing that can quickly off-load large tankers and fleets. A 6-inch inlet with dual fan spreaders feeds a 40.5-square-foot screening area. Front screens are self-cleaning and process up to 1,000 gpm. The dual-screen design uses gravity to separate trash from the waste stream. The standard unit features all-aluminum construction with stainless steel 3/8-inch gapped bar screens on opposing angles that meet 503 regulations. The unit can be set up with two 4-inch inlet hoses capable of off-loading two trucks simultaneously. Built-in forklift skids make the unit portable. OSHA-compliant catwalk included. 208/790-8770; www.screenscosystems.com.

DPL Telematics GPS tracking system with anti-tamper protection
The Trackall OBDII vehicle tracking system from DPL Telematics delivers real-time vehicle and driver behavior data. The unit plugs into the existing OBDII port of most vehicles and installs in seconds. Anti-tamper features include a backup battery that delivers immediate disconnection notifications with location, as well as GPS jamming detection. Managers can wirelessly monitor vehicles through an internet-based software package and mobile app. 800/897-8093; www.dpltel.com.

LunarGlo solar-powered vent fan
The LunarVent from LunarGlo by RJ Products is a solar-powered vent fan that removes up to 20 cubic feet of air per minute out the stack of any portable restroom that has a 4-inch exposed vent pipe. The fan is designed to operate up to 50,000 continuous hours under normal conditions. 574/294-2624; www.lunarglo.com.



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