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Demos Dominate at Terex ’Open Days’ Dealer Event

Fri October 08, 2004 - National Edition
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Terex Pegson and Powerscreen dealers from the United States and Canada gathered in Austin, TX, Aug. 26-27 for product information presentations and practical demonstrations of the manufacturers’ new and recently introduced equipment.

Terex Pegson products included the 1412 Tracpactor impact crusher, 4242 SR impact crusher, 1300 Maxtrak cone crusher and 650 HA Premiertrak jaw crusher.

Powerscreen products included the Phoenix 1600 trommel, Finesmaster 200 sand recovery system, Chieftain 1800 3-deck and 2400 3-deck dry screen plants, and Powershredder 1800.

New Terex Pegson 1412 Trakpactor Impact Crusher

The 1412 track-mounted impactor plant features a Hazemag horizontal AP-PH 1214/Q primary impact crusher with hydraulic controls for more uniform products, plus the latest PLC CAN BUS control system to automatically regulate the feed to the crusher based on engine load. The machine is designed for crushing concrete and asphalt rubble, brick and medium-to-hard limestone.

The Hazemag impact crusher utilizes a hydraulic apron-locking mechanism with overload protection and automatic reset. This provides consistent product size with less oversize than conventional spring-loaded impactors, as well as additional protection against tramp metal.

In addition, the crusher opens and adjusts hydraulically and is fitted with a hydraulic tilting feed plate to improve blockage clearance.

The crusher feed opening is 32 by 54 in. and rotor size 48 by 54 in. with four reversible Martensitic steel blow bars. Ceramic blow bars are optional and the maximum feed size is 24 by 20 by 20 in. cube or 48 by 40 by 20 in. slab.

The standard hydraulic folding feed hopper has over-center struts and wedgelok system and a vibrating grizzly feeder with an underscreen 14 ft. by 54 in. The unit features an optional 13.5-in. wide hopper for shovel feed from the rear and a Caterpillar C12 438-hp diesel.

A modular 48 in. wide dual drive discharge conveyor raises and lowers hydraulically for maintenance and transport with ample clearance under the engine and a ripstop product belt. The swivel type dirt conveyor is 2 ft. wide and gives 7.9-ft. high stockpile with a two-way dirt chute.

Terex Pegson 1300 Maxtrak Cone Crusher

The 1300 Maxtrak crusher plant features the Automax “all-in-feed” cone design and is engineered for high tonnage, specification and flexibility, with low operating costs.

The self-contained plant design includes a belt feeder with integral hopper that can be fed with full level control from a conveyor, bucket loader or Terex Pegson Premiertrak.

The whole feeder/hopper assembly can be hydraulically lowered into the feed ring for transport or raised for re-metaling. The on-plant conveyor has a metal detector as standard and the crusher feed chute has a level probe and dust sprays.

The “all-in-feed” process with level control for choke feeding is designed to maximize throughput and production, optimize shape and minimize wear in secondary, tertiary and quaternary applications. The unit employs a simplified hydraulic system. and is powered by a Cat C12 with HFO heavy-duty clutch.

To maximize service life and product flow, minimize friction loss, eliminate “bowl bounce” and simplify maintenance, Automax crushers do not use plain bearings, bronze bushings or bronze bearing seat; there are no accumulators for tramp metal release and no spider bearing above the cone head.

Further, the 1300 Maxtrak requires fewer screens and conveyors; so overall plant cost is reduced. The hydraulic system can be adjusted quickly and easily, even while crushing and the unit has direct readout of crushing setting and manganese wear.

Terex Pegson 4242 SR Impact Crusher Plant

The closed-circuit Terex Pegson 4242 SR horizontal impact crusher plant includes a screen and stockpiling conveyor with a magnetic separator on one self-contained chassis.

The unit features a 428 fixed-hammer impactor, a 42 by 28 in. feed opening, a 42 in. rotor width and rotor diameter (over hammers) and is suitable for primary or secondary applications with concrete and asphalt rubble, demolition debris and aggregates –– especially limestone with low to normal silica content.

The unit can be set up and operating within ten minutes of arrival on site and can produce up to 396 tons per hour, depending on the feed material and finished product size.

One, two or three screened product sizes can be produced and stockpiled. Oversize material can be returned to the crusher inlet in closed circuit via an on-board return conveyor for guaranteed finished top size.

The plant utilizes a heavy-duty, two-step vibrating grizzly feeder with a built-in underscreen and folding side conveyor for either stockpiling waste material or a fourth product.

Scalped material can be fed to the main product conveyor via a by-pass chute to increase overall capacity. The double-deck, 11 by 5 ft. vibrating screen has hydraulic drive and operates at 1,100 rpm. Dust-suppression sprays are standard and a special access system simplifies maintenance and screen mesh changing. PLC and plant controls are fitted onto the plant.

New Terex Pegson 650 HA Premiertrak Jaw Crusher Plant

The Terex Pegson 650 HA Premiertrak utilizes an M Series single-toggle jaw crusher with hydraulic setting adjustment. The feed opening is 26 by 44 in. with a vibrating grizzly feeder 14 in. by 3.5 ft.

The 15 by 8 ft. hydraulic folding feed hopper has up to 13 cu. yds. gross capacity, depending on method of feed. The 3.4 ft. wide on-plant product conveyor has a discharge height of 10.8 ft. and hydraulic raise/lower of the tail section.

Canvas removable dust covers are fitted at the head and beyond the magnet area. Polyurethane belt-scraper blades are standard. The 24 in. wide on-plant dirt/side conveyor has a discharge height of approximately 7 ft.

Standard equipment includes a suspended, self-cleaning, overband magnetic separator; dust-suppression sprays; heavy-duty tracks; and a 6-cylinder Cat C-9 diesel engine.

Optional equipment includes mild steel feed hopper liner plates, a heavy-duty 4-ply product belt, a single idler belt weigher fitted to the main product conveyor, a plant-mounted hydraulic pick breaker, a camera mounted over crusher mouth with screen in operator’s cabin and a hydraulic-driven water pump for pressurized water to the dust-suppression sprays.

New Powerscreen Phoenix 1600 Trommel

The new, high capacity, road-portable Powerscreen Phoenix 1600 trommel screen normally sets up in less than five minutes. Typical applications include topsoil, recycling, compost and wood chips.

The prime features of the Phoenix 1600 include a high performance hydraulic system (David Brown pumps, Danfoss motors, oil cooler, Commercial Hydraulics control valves), a friction 4-wheel drum-drive system, a hydraulically adjustable machine working angle, and an angle-adjustable radial conveyor. The power unit is a Caterpillar 3054 C 109-hp diesel.

The hopper length is 12.1 ft.; the capacity is 5.65 cu. yds. with a feed-in height of 9.5 ft. The drum size is 16.2 by 5 ft. and the screening area is 195.5 sq. ft. with angle adjustment from 4 to 8 degrees.

The mesh includes 3 panels along the length with 4 meshes per panel. The variable speed control is adjustable to 24.5 rpm maximum with reversible operation to “rock” the barrel.

The feed conveyor has a 36 in. wide, 3-ply plain belt, direct drive system and hydraulic variable speed control with reversible operation to clear blockages, plus a hydraulic “kick-out” system to prevent barrel stalling. The collection conveyor is 48 in. wide.

The hydraulically folding, 32-in. wide radial conveyor has a 180 degree radial arc. It is angle adjustable and has a 2-function remote control system for radial and angle adjustment.

The oversize conveyor also has variable speed control and is angle adjustable.

The twin-axle suspension is solid mounted to the chassis and the unit includes air brakes and plastic mud guards. Running lights and tandem axle with leaf spring suspension are optional.

New Powerscreen Finesmaster 200 Sand Recovery Plant

The new Powerscreen Finesmaster 200 sand recovery plant can produce one or two grades simultaneously at up to 200 tons per hour. Virtually no salable product is lost to the pond system, thus increasing production and reducing pond maintenance.

The skid-mounted unit sets up quickly and is designed for high-efficiency operation and long service life with minimum maintenance. Smaller 120- and 60-tons-per-hour models are also available.

Finesmasters recover 96-98 percent of all material above 200 mesh and 100 percent above 100 mesh. Typically, the moisture content of the material is 10-15 percent by weight, leaving it ready for loading and dispatch.

The Finesmaster 200 incorporates high-capacity twin bucket wheels with variable speed control up to 3.3 rpm, a centrifugal slurry pump, a collection tank and 2 rubber-lined hydrocyclones with fixed-spigot discharge to a split (coarse and fine product) dewatering screen –– all on a single chassis.

Each 8.5-ft. diameter wheel has 14 buckets with a capacity of 0.14 cu. yds. per bucket. Specially designed inlet boxes reduce turbulence to the bucket wheel tank and the weir discharge system reduces the volume of fines entering the cyclone collection tank.

The bucket wheels recover 80 percent of the product to the 12.5 by 5 ft. high-frequency dewatering screen, which has 0.023 polyurethane screen aperture. The twin hydro-cyclones recover the remaining 20 percent of the product to the dewatering screen.

New Chieftain 2400

The new, high-capacity Chieftain 2400 is Powerscreen’s largest dry screening plant, featuring true 20 by 6 ft. direct-feed 3-deck and 2-deck screen versions and numerous options for volume treatment of sand/gravel, coal, aggregate and crushed concrete/asphalt rubble.

The two-bearing box has a 10 mm throw and large 6-in. diameter oil-bath bearings require fewer oil changes (500 hour intervals).

This powerful and versatile machine can process up to 750 tons per hour, depending on mesh sizes and material type.

The Chieftain 2400 has three product conveyors to stockpile fines, mid-side and oversize processed materials, plus an optional fourth conveyor to route oversize material to stockpile or back to the feed crusher for secondary reduction.

The machine can be fed directly from a crusher or conveyor. The heavy-duty main conveyor has hydraulic variable speed control and features impact rollers beneath the feedboot impact point.

Both the tail and crusher-return conveyors are angle adjustable. The tail conveyor and both side conveyors fold hydraulically for travel.

An optional roll-in bogie system is available for towing without the need for a low loader. Other optional equipment includes a 30 ft. by 32 in. stockpiling conveyor, a 50 ft. by 26 in. recirculating conveyor and a wedge-tensioning system. Power is supplied by a 6-cylinder Deutz 171-hp diesel engine.

The large plant typically sets up in less than 15 minutes and is built for agility on the job. It is mounted on a heavy-duty, low-ground-pressure crawler undercarriage with removable pendant remote control or optional radio control.

New Powerscreen 3-Deck Chieftain 1800

The new Powerscreen Chieftain 1800 dry screen can process up to 500 tons per hour, depending on mesh size and material type, and features a 16 ft. by 5 in. triple-deck screen unit mounted on 12 springs.

The unit has an aggressive 10 mm throw (9 mm under load). The oversize chute is hardox lined and the unit is designed and built for low maintenance.

Typical applications include sand/gravel, topsoil, coal, crushed stone, and concrete/asphalt rubble. This highly mobile unit typically sets up ready to run in 15 minutes and is available on tracked or wheeled chassis. An optional tri-axle bogie system allows the track machine to be transported without the need for a low loader.

The design and construction provides maximum access for easy maintenance, plus operational efficiency and mobility. The force in the screen is 25 percent greater due to larger bearings, providing optimum performance in wet, sticky applications.

The angle-adjustable tipping grid is radio controlled via double acting tipping grid rams and features integral loading and wing plates. A vibrating grizzly is optional.

The triple-deck screen unit is huck bolted –– not welded –– and has an oil-filled two-bearing system which eliminates the need for constant greasing.

The feed conveyor has variable speed for optimum material-feed control. The main conveyor is hydraulically adjustable and fully skirted and sealed to prevent spillage. Both side conveyors have variable speed control and are hydraulically folding, as is the tail (fines) conveyor. An auxiliary conveyor is standard.

Power is provided by a Deutz 201 C engine. All hydraulic pumps and motors are high performance, heavy-duty Danfoss and David Brown units. The approximate transport dimensions for the track-mounted unit are 55.2 by 9.5 by 11 ft. The approximate dimensions for the wheel-mounted unit are 55.2 by 9 by 13.1 ft.

New Powerscreen Powershredder 1800

The new Powerscreen Powershredder 1800 is compact, versatile, mobile, powerful and operates efficiently with low noise and dust levels, and is available on tracks or wheels.

The unit provides volume and size reduction with consistent and uniform sizing with almost any material, such as domestic and household waste, light C&D, waste wood and pallets, railway sleepers and ties, logging and sawmill waste, green and industrial waste, trees and brush, plastics and light metals.

A variety of shaft configurations are available for high and medium throughput with the various materials. Wear tools include knives, hooks and combs according to shaft configuration. The tools are easy to rotate and replace.

The low loading, tipping hopper can be remotely operated at a safe distance. The hopper target area is 15.5 by 6.5 ft. with a capacity of 5.9 cu. yds. and features optional hopper extension plates.

The shredder unit target area is 6.5 by 5.8 ft. with a shaft diameter of 2.2 ft. and a maximum torque of 59,000 lb/ft.

The 55-in. wide chevron belt conveyor with hydraulic motor and chain drive collects material from under the shredding chamber. The variable-speed conveyor has hydraulic adjustment from 15 to 35 degrees with a length of 11.3 ft. and a discharge height of 9.9 ft.. The head section folds hydraulically for transport.

The power unit is a Cat C-9 and the conveyor motor, shredder motor, flywheel pump and PTO pump are all Danfoss.

Options include an overband magnet and a breaker bar that can be installed below shafts to reduce material size.

For more information on Terex Pegson and Powerscreen products, call 502/276-5200 or visit www.powerscreenusa.com or www.blpegson.com.

Photo: The Terex Pegson 1300 Maxtrak cone crusher plant can be fed from a conveyor, loader or Terex Pegson Premiertrak.