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Powerscreen Launches Warrior 2400

Wed February 24, 2010 - National Edition
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The Powerscreen Warrior 2400 features a heavy duty incline screen with a high amplitude triple shaft drive mechanism.
The Powerscreen Warrior 2400 features a heavy duty incline screen with a high amplitude triple shaft drive mechanism.
The Powerscreen Warrior 2400 features a heavy duty incline screen with a high amplitude triple shaft drive mechanism. The screen will accept a wide variety of media making it suitable for many applications. Set-up time and ease of operation are aided by hydraulic folding tail and side conveyors, 2-speed tracks, a slide-out tail conveyor facility to aid media access and load sensing collection conveyor circuit to avoid blockages.

Powerscreen has launched the new Powerscreen Warrior 2400 as part of its new product development program.

“The Warrior 2400 builds on the global success of the Warrior 1400 and Warrior 1800, representing the next step in the evolution of heavy duty track mobile screeners. With the Warrior 2400, Powerscreen extends our range of heavy duty screeners, to meet the needs of larger end users and operators in the quarrying, mining and recycling sectors,” said Pat Brian, Powerscreen global director of sales.

The Powerscreen Warrior 2400 is a multi-purpose unit, capable of handling large feed sizes while remaining convenient to move and transport, according to the manufacturer.

It features a heavy duty incline screen with a high amplitude triple shaft drive mechanism, lending itself to screening, scalping, 2 or 3 way splitting and stockpiling materials like aggregates, topsoil, coal, construction, demolition waste and iron ore. The screen will accept a wide variety of media making it suitable for many applications.

Set-up time and ease of operation are aided by hydraulic folding tail and side conveyors, 2-speed tracks, a slide-out tail conveyor facility to aid media access and load sensing collection conveyor circuit to avoid blockages. Its simple-to-use electrical control system allows operators to monitor and diagnose the machine onsite via an LCD display without specialist tools. The Warrior 2400 also will be offered with optional dual power.

For more information, visit www.powerscreen.com.