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07 September 2017

Powerscreen’s Premier crushing & screening

First publishedon www.AggBusiness.com
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Powerscreen, Joe Cassidy
Joe Cassidy, Powerscreen's product manager, in front of the Premiertrak 400X at steinexpo 2017

Powerscreen’s Premiertrak 400X jaw crusher was a big draw at steinexpo 2017.

Showcased by the Northern Irish manufacturer’s experienced German dealers, C. Christophel and Jürgen Kölsch, the Premiertrak 400X is ideal for medium scale operators in quarrying, recycling, mining and demolition applications. The 400X with hydraulic adjust is part of a range also featuring the Premiertrak R400X with hydraulic release.

The Premiertrak 400X has many eye-catching features: the primary crusher’s post screen post-screen allows users to produce a high volume type one product from a solitary machine. The model also has a quick release system to ensure maximum uptime and easy service and maintenance.

At steienxpo 2017, Powerscreen was also exhibiting the Chieftain 2200 3 deck screen. Highly versatile, the model is well suited to customers who require large volumes of high specification products. Its patent pending drive system allows switching between 2 and 4 bearing with bolt-on parts. By splitting up into two individual screenboxes, the up to 700tonnes/hour capacity Chieftain 2200 3 deck is able to run aggressively without the constraints of a larger box.

Speaking at the exhibition, Joe Cassidy, Powerscreen’s product manager, said: “All the changes to the Premiertrak 400X compared to the Premiertrak 400 have been around further improving the plant’s serviceability, ease of use and reliability. There’s more clearance underneath the chamber, we’ve centralised hydraulics and electrics, and as much as possible is accessible at ground level. We fully launched the 400X in June and we’ve sold out until the end of this year.

“The Chieftain 2200 3 deck screen was launched last year. It is very, very good with fine screening, and switching between 2 and 4 bearing gives excellent capacity and product shaping.”

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