Harris to roll out "E" series. (ISRI Expo Preview).Harris Press & Shear, a Division of the Harris Waste Management Group Inc., Peachtree City, Ga., will introduce its "E" Series line of ferrous ferrous (fĕr`əs), iron in the +2 valence state.
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Harris is referring to the "E" Series as "the first dedicated line of processing equipment designed specifically to meet the stringent package requirements of Electric Arc Furnace An electric arc furnace (EAF) is a furnace that heats charged material by means of an electric arc.
Arc furnaces range in size from small units of approximately one ton capacity (used in foundries for producing cast iron products) up to about 400 ton units used for secondary (EAF EAF - Effort Adjustment Factor ) operators and consumers."
Among the equipment models making up the "E" Series are:
* The all new Harris GS line of baler/logger/shears with 500-ton (GS-5-E), 700-ton (GS-7-E), 900-ton (GS-9-E) and 1,100-ton (GS-11-E) shearing capacities
* The TG-2-E and TG-4-E line of ferrous balers
* The H-7-E 700-ton side-squeeze baler/logger/shear; and
* The Harris HS line of shredders also will carry the "E" designation.
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2. our product and service offerings in the scrap industry and to proactively address changes in our customer's businesses," says Scott Williams, vice president of sales and marketing for Harris. The new equipment utilizes the latest advancements in Harris power and hydraulic technology and was designed using the latest in Solid Edge 3D computer aided software, says Williams.
"The "E" Series machinery specifications were designed from a material consumer's, or mill point of view," remarks Williams. "The feedback we received from EAF mill operators, our customers, and even a large Electric Arc Furnace manufacturer led us to design and build around desired material package specifications from the mill."