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KPI-JCI Cone/Screen Plant Capable of High Production

Thu May 19, 2011 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

KPI-JCI, Johnson Crushers International Inc. has developed the GT200CC track mounted cone/screen close circuit plant, engineered exactly with a 6 by 12 ft. (1.8 by 3.6 m) — 2 deck vibrating screen. The 6 ft. screen width provides up to 20 percent more screening area and production capacity than comparable models, according to the manufacturer.

The GT200CC features the Kodiak 200+ cone crusher, which was originally developed as a robust quarry duty cone crusher for traditional aggregate producers. When matched with the 6 by 12 ft. inclined screen, the GT200CC will provide an efficient and productive closed-circuit cone/screen system. With an on-board feeder, power unit, and control system, this plant is designed specifically for rapid set-up and tear-down for enhanced portability, but still provides optimum crushing power.

“Portable contractors and aggregate producers alike can deploy the GT200CC as a complete, self-contained mobile system for secondary crushing screening, or to crush surplus aggregates into more valuable crushed materials,” said Paul Smith, product manager at KPI-JCI.

This machine is part of the global track line offered from KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens. This model has the flexibility to pair with other Astec FT and GT track machines for a seamless processing system.

The GT200CC has an optional detachable dolly that allows this plant to be transported without a trailer. It also has an optional discharge conveyor to stockpile two sized products

For more information, call 605/668-2524 or visit

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