SmicoSymons Vibratory Screens, in collaboration with Advanced Screening Technologies Inc., will exhibit the screening industry’s first hydraulically-operated opening and closing clamp rail system for fast change outs of worn or broken tensioned screen media on one or more decks simultaneously at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2014 in the Platinum Lot, booth 90710.

Smico/Symons Screens, now based near Oklahoma City, Okla., recently moved into a new, state-of-the-art office and manufacturing facility that will improve manufacturing efficiency, shorten lead times, improve test lab capabilities and parts delivery and make room for expected company growth.

MICO Incorporated offers the 520 Series hydraulic apply caliper disc brake for on and off-highway service braking applications. The fixed caliper type brake uses a modulated hydraulic pressure source, such as a master cylinder, to control brake torque.

MICO Incorporated S12 Series Electrohydraulic Brake Valve (EBV), provides more than triple the flow capacity of a traditional EBV. In large, spring-applied, hydraulic release brake applications, it has been able to replace two standard electrohydraulic brake valves operating in parallel or an EBV and relay valve.

MICO Incorporated’s brake-by-wire system combines the control flexibility of electronics and the power of hydraulics. Ideal for on- and off-highway applications, the brake-by-wire system offers numerous advantages to traditional mechanical braking, according to the manufacturer.

MICO Incorporated’s full-power brake system with ABS and traction control provides added control for multi-wheeled vehicles operated both on and off-highway. The system enhances vehicle stability while decreasing stopping distances and improving acceleration under low traction conditions.

MICO Inc. has introduced the Object Detection and Brake Interlock System, providing a layer of safety and protection for a variety of vehicles, including construction vehicles, utility trucks, delivery vans and airport ground support vehicles. The new system unites the MICO 691 brake lock and the PreView radar object detection system from Preco Electronics Inc.