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09 October 2012

Powerscreen launches Warrior 1400X screen

First publishedon www.AggBusiness.com
Crushing and screening manufacturer Powerscreen has launched the new Warrior 1400X screen.

Damian Power, Powerscreen global product director said: “The new Powerscreen Warrior 1400X offers improved performance, lower operating costs, and easier serviceability while building on the reliable foundation of our class-leading Warrior 1400 scalper.”

The 1400X has reduced engine running speed and enhanced hydraulics, and the company says it offers a reduction in fuel consumption of up to 15% in comparison to its predecessor, which can” translate into a substantial financial saving for customers over the lifetime of the machine.”

Powerscreen says that improved versatility and design specifications are other key achievements of the Warrior 1400X, with the screening angle range widening of 13°-19°. Standard stockpiling capacity on all conveyors has increased by up to 25%. With the chassis riser option and the telescopic side conveyor option, the fines and mid-grade stockpiling capacity is increased to more than double that of a standard Warrior 1400.

“Time required for set-up and shutdown is faster than the previous model, which will be of particular benefit to contractors. Serviceability features include a class leading screen box raise function and the ability to raise the collection conveyor. Optimal chute design in conjunction with the new feeder under-tray slide-out feature will minimise any potential spillage and reduce any harmful material build-up around the machine,” says Powerscreen.

The Warrior 1400X now boasts improved mobility with a two-speed tracking system as standard. The high speed mode is further enhanced with automatic engine speed ramp-up making the 1400X the fastest tracked machine in its range.

The unit can be fitted with either a Tier 3/Stage 3A Caterpillar C4.4 ATAAC four-cylinder diesel engine developing 90kW at 1,800rpm, or a Tier 4i/ Stage 3B Caterpillar C4.4 fourcylinder diesel engine developing 82kW at 1,800rpm.

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