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Powerscreen Launches Warrior 2100 Screen

The Warrior 2100 provides flexible screening options, generous stockpile heights, quick setup times and an improvement in downstream production. The screen jack-up facility also allows for quick scree

Fri March 28, 2014 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Powerscreen has launched the Warrior 2100 screen.

Oliver Donnelly, Powerscreen product manager said: "As a multinational organization with almost 50 years’ experience, we see innovation as being more crucial than ever before. We strive to develop innovations and ideas that help us stand out from the crowd while at the same time offer our customers meaningful operational advantages. The new Powerscreen Warrior 2100 screen does just this. Offering improved performance, lower operating costs and easier serviceability than competitor models while introducing the ultra-aggressive screening action of a triple shaft drive system to the 16 by 5 foot category for the first time."

G.D. Harries & Sons Ltd. tested one of the first units. Site Manager Dirk Simkiss said, "The Warrior 2100 provides flexible screening options, generous stockpile heights, quick setup times and an improvement in downstream production. The screen jack-up facility also allows for quick screen media changes. Overall an excellent machine which allows us to retrieve value from overburden material. Being able to effectively screen this difficult material reduces the requirement to blast, eliminating the associated environmental impact whilst also saving us time and money. We can now utilize overburden material and turn it into a valuable product."

The Warrior 2100 screen includes triple shaft technology, first developed for the Warrior 2400 screen, a model which is now well-established in markets worldwide. This triple shaft technology is designed so the 16 by 5 ft. (4.8 by 1.5 m) screen box is highly effective and efficient while maintaining exceptional throughput productivity. The extreme screening acceleration offers the Warrior 2100 screen improved capabilities over its class rivals, especially in sticky scalping applications, according to the manufacturer.

The Warrior 2100 screen is designed with economy in mind, with reduced fuel consumption being offered through a lower engine running speed of 1,800 rpm and enhanced hydraulics. With media solutions which include Bofor Grizzly, finger modules, punch plate and new 3D punch plate, the Warrior 2100 screen is efficient in scalping, screening and recycling applications.

The adjustable speed, stroke and timing parameters of the screen, positions the Warrior 2100 with versatility and performance through a broad spectrum of applications including recycling, biomass markets and the more mainstream segments including aggregates and sticky over-burden.

Generous stockpiling capacity is standard on all conveyors with the chassis riser and the telescopic side conveyor option offering further benefits. The Warrior 2100 screen is equipped with a long tail conveyor that allows feeding of a secondary plant without benching in almost all instances.

A particular benefit to contractors is the reduced set-up and shutdown time. Serviceability features include a screen box raise function and the ability to raise the collection conveyor. Optimal chute design in conjunction with the feeder under-tray slide-out feature minimizes any potential spillage and reduces any harmful material build-up around the machine, according to the manufacturer.

The Warrior 2100 screen boasts enhanced mobility with a two speed tracking system as standard. The high speed mode is further enhanced with automatic engine speed ramp-up.

The Warrior 2100 screen can be fitted with either a Tier III/Stage IIIA Caterpillar C4.4 ATAAC - 4 cylinder diesel engine developing 120 hp (90 kW) at 1,800 rpm, or a Tier IVi/Stage IIIB Caterpillar C4.4 - 4 cylinder diesel engine developing 131 hp (98 kW) at 1,800 rpm.

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