The Northern Irish mobile crushing and screening equipment manufacturer says the Trakpactor 230 and 230SR have been designed to offer both excellent reduction and high consistency of product yield.
The machines can be utilised in a range of applications including aggregates, recycling and mining.
The Trakpactor 230SR includes a post screen system and recirculating conveyor which allows oversize material to be passed back to the crusher for further sizing.
Powerscreen product manager Neil Robinson said: “The new Trakpactor 230 and 230SR are very welcome additions to our mobile impact crushing range and are the first of many exciting new product development initiatives for Powerscreen this year. Addressing feedback from Powerscreen dealers and customers, both machines are suited to small to mid-sized operations that require a reduced footprint without compromising on output performance."
He added that the Trakpactor 230SR has the ability to convert to the Trakpactor 230 in minutes thanks to the quick-detach SR section, making it a suitable solution for regions with transport weight restrictions. Robinson said the units have been designed to promote optimal flow of material and offer excellent serviceability to maximise uptime for customers.
The Trakpactor 230 & 230SR crushers both use an 860mm x 720mm impact camber with an output potential of up to 250 tonnes per hour (275 US tph) of crushed material.
The two new crushers come complete with the Powerscreen Pulse remote monitoring, fleet management system allowing crushing and screening equipment operators and owners to have access to key data via a PC, tablet or smartphone. The system provides information on the GPS location, start and stop times, fuel consumption, tonnages, cone settings, wear ratings, operating hours, maintenance status, and much more.