Nordberg Senator Keeps Production High With Three Stacking Conveyors
Fri March 24, 2000 - West Edition Construction Equipment Guide
The heavy-duty, self-contained Nordberg Senator comes equipped with three on-board stacking conveyors and a 12.7- by 17.8-centimeter (5 by 11 in.) four-bearing hydraulically adjustable screen, which allows for more material and higher production. A 6.1-cubic-meter (8 cu. yd.) loader can be used to feed the Senator and a bucket up to 4.4 meters (14 ft. 5 in.) can be used to remove underscreen product. It also has a built-in automatic folding maintenance platform for easy access, machine maintenance and transport. Several features of the Nordberg Senator which allow for safe and efficient plant operation are the adjustable speed control on the over wing conveyor and a remote control grizzly. There also is an optional hammer mill shredder available which allows for more efficient separation of materials prior to screening. For more information, call 800/558-6818 or visit www.nordberg.com.
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