A new breed of binlift, designed for municipal and commercial waste vehicles, was launched at RWM through a strategic partnership between Moba and Logic Fleet Management (LFM).
The steel portions of the LL-1 binlift are engineered in England while assembly is carried out at LFM’s headquarters in Dublin.
Michael Gray, LFM managing director said: “There was a growing trend towards product over-sophistication, which can lead to increased maintenance costs and downtime.
“So there has been demand from the market for a vertical binlift which can be serviced promptly via smart diagnostics resulting in lower maintenance and whole-life ownership costs.”
The LL-1 is a fully automatic split product that incorporates semi-automatic functions for trade bin collections. It has a reduced overhang of 700mm and a low centre of gravity, as well as increased payloads, a reduction in binlift damage and greater vehicle manoeuvrability.
The binlift employs an IFM electrical control system, and utilises electronic and manual locking systems for trade bin collections. It is fitted with smart display diagnostics, which allow a customer’s own engineers access to the system’s diagnostics without the need of a laptop.
For easier servicing, the binlift is fitted with a simple hydraulic circuit, and is mechanically prepared for weighing technology.
Moba also launched its waste management software MAWIS Web, which allows municipal and trade waste operators to manage their collections more efficiently.
Its key components include route optimisation, vehicle tracking, vehicle diagnostics, data management, telematics and invoicing.