Screencore broadens crushing and screening product range

Northern Ireland-based compact mobile crushing, screening and stockpiling equipment maker Screencore is broadening its scope to produce a range of dual power crushers and mobile pugmills.
Crushing Static & Mobile / April 17, 2023
By Liam McLoughlin
Screencore's product line has expanded to include the 30 ton Trident 165 scalper
Screencore's product line has expanded to include the 30 ton Trident 165 scalper

Screencore is located in Coalisland, and although a relatively new entrant into the global crushing and screening market, it has a management team with over 100 years of experience in the industry. The company says this has enabled it to develop a range of mobile – and now stationary – crushing, screening, stockpiling and pugmill solutions in a relatively short period of time.

All members of the range have been designed for users who require a powerful and transportable unit without sacrificing productivity. “Our focus on quality and performance means that our customers can rely on our units getting the job done, no matter where they are located, and virtually whatever the applications,” says company director Ciarán Ryan. 

“While our product line has expanded to encompass the formidable 237 trommel and the 30 ton Trident 165 scalper, our fundamental concept remains consistent: simplicity of use."

Ryan says this simplicity is evident in features like hassle free transport, swift set-up time, intuitive control systems, and distinctive design elements such as full sized bottom decks on scalpers or augers within the trommel hoppers. 

The Screencore range consists of a selection of tracked and highly mobile scalping screens, trommels and compact, yet productive jaw crushers.  

The Boxer pugmill for precision mixing, blending and dosing have now been added to the Screencore product range, which Ryan says has been developed in order to meet customer needs. 

As part of its on-going development strategy, Screencore has called on its many years of management expertise to put together a global distributor network that it says is unrivalled for a company of its size and longevity. 

“We now have an excellent team of established screening and crushing professionals located throughout the world," says Ryan. "The team has been able to channel customer feedback directly to the design and manufacturing process to ensure that we keep abreast of real customer requirements."

He adds that although the dealership network is extensive, it still has opportunities in the US, France, Germany and many other countries.

“We’ve got exciting plans for the short, medium and long terms,” says Ryan. “In the coming months we will properly launch our 30t XJ dual power jaw crusher and other exciting new developments. The manufacturing process is continually being developed, and we are working with our suppliers to ensure that we provide the highest quality levels to our customers."

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