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:: A Whole New Range of Screening, Washing and Recycling Plants from Powerscreen

Powerscreen continues to dominate the international market for dry screening, washing and recycling plant and equipment with the development and launch of yet another series of new machines. The highly successful Warrior programme gets two new additions with innovative user benefits, based on existing site-proven models.

The Warrior 1400 model has a new option making it an even more flexible screening product. Adjustments can be made on site in approximately 2 hours to refit the Warrior conveyors so that the mid size and oversize materials can be combined onto the oversize conveyor. This is ideal when you want both the mid and oversize product to feed into a crusher.

The Powerscreen Warrior 1800 Radial has a new radial feature option. The new radial fines conveyor is an enhanced version of the popular Warrior 1800, with the added benefit of increased stockpiling capacity with a 180 degree, swivelling fines conveyor.

The Warrior 1800 Radial is built for tough, high capacity tasks and is equally at home processing crushed stone, sand, gravel, topsoil, coal or construction, demolition and building waste. One of the most versatile screening machines on the market today, the Warrior 1800 Radial has a highly aggressive screenbox which is able to operate with finger screens, woven mesh or punch plate on both top and bottom decks - the top deck can also operate with Bofor bar. Screen angle is hydraulically adjustable and the bottom deck options include Z meshes, square elongated meshes, speedharp, flexiharps and Self Cleaning Balldeck Screen.

The machine is capable of screening, three-way splitting and stockpiling and, typically, can be set up ready for operation within 15-20 minutes of arrival on site. Output can be up to 500 tonnes per hour, depending on materials being processed and screen choice.

Both the Warrior 1400 and 1800 have horizontal feeders and the additional feature of a lift-up screen box to allow easy mesh change, collection belt change and cleaning bottom deck mesh in sticky applications.

 

 

   

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