ProStack unveils Ranger duo

ProStack has added the Ranger 4-15H and Ranger 4-15L to its Ranger series of tracked conveyors. These 50ft high-level and low-level conveyors are said to be among the most cost-efficient and effective ways of stockpiling material on the market.
April 27, 2022
ProStack’s new 4-15H tracked conveyor in a quarry application
ProStack’s new 4-15H tracked conveyor in a quarry application

With a high level of portability and being suitable for almost any working environment, the new conveyors are ideal for operators who want to maintain a controlled flow of material when feeding secondary equipment, loading ships and rail wagons, or simply stockpiling material.

Operators can stockpile directly from crushers, screens or other material sources, removing the need for double handling of material.

This greatly reduces site traffic, labour and maintenance costs. Key applications include quarrying, aggregates, mining and ports.

The Ranger 4-15H is a robust machine offering superior strength and can easily achieve an output of 450 tonnes per hour. Options include a choice of a 4-, 5- or 6-inch tipping grid, allowing for the removal of oversize materials, resulting in a better-quality product. There is also an option of a single-deck vibrating grid, and the machine can produce two separate products to meet customer needs fully. There is a regulated flow of material from the feeder at the discharge point, ideal for operations where surging is a problem.

The Ranger 4-15L can be fed from three sides, allowing the operator to have greater versatility when loading the hopper. Hopper extensions can be deployed via hydraulics with support arms fitted. This removes the need for manual bolting of the hopper, which enables a faster set-up time. An optional feed hopper outlet door is fully adjustable, allowing the operator to control the amount of material passing from the feed conveyor to the discharge conveyor. Operators will have an unregulated flow of material from the feeder, resulting in improved handling of difficult material and elimination of feeder blockages.

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