Mastry Supplies Reliable Power for Screen USA Inc.

Fri September 04, 2009 - Southeast Edition
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Screen USA turned to Mastry Engine Center for its Yanmar TNV Series diesel engines.
Screen USA turned to Mastry Engine Center for its Yanmar TNV Series diesel engines.

For more than 35 years, Screen USA Inc. of Smyrna, Ga., has manufactured portable screening plants for operations around the country. When the company needed reliable power for its smaller trommel screens, it turned to Mastry Engine Center for dependable, Yanmar TNV Series diesel engines.

“We’ve been using Yanmar in our trommel screens for about a year and are very happy with the results,” said Screen USA President Rick Cohen. “The engines are perfect for our applications. They don’t vibrate and they’re compact, quiet, balanced and fuel efficient.”

Employing Yanmar 3TNV76, 3TNV88 and 4TNV98T engines, trommel screens are ideal for sorting all kinds of materials. By manufacturing different screen technologies, including shaker, trommel, star and box screens, Screens USA can provide the best fit for a customer’s applications.

“We also chose Yanmar for its dependability and extensive dealer network,” said Cohen. “We work with a lot of smaller businesses that can’t afford to be down. If there’s ever a problem with their Yanmar, we know they can get the parts and service they need right away.”

Mastry has been providing power solutions to OEM and re-power markets since 1962. Mastry supports a network of more than 140 authorized dealers throughout the United States and Caribbean.

For more information, call 727/522-9471 or visit www.mastry.com.




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