The Powerscreen Pegson XA750 offers customers jaw crushing productivity at up to 827 tph (750 t).
Powerscreen, a provider of mobile crushing, screening and washing equipment, has launched the Powerscreen Pegson XA750, offering customers greater jaw crushing productivity at up to 827 tph (750 t).
Pat Brian, Powerscreen global sales and marketing director said “The Pegson XA750 has been designed to ensure that large scale end users and operators experience unmatched performance, reliability and productivity in the toughest of applications.”
The Pegson XA750 is fitted with a hydraulically driven pan feeder and live pre-screening unit, complete with a bolt-in cartridge style grizzly section, to remove fines and sizes prior to crushing, avoiding packing and unnecessary manganese wear. Pre-screened material can be stockpiled via an optional dirt conveyor, or re-directed via the by-pass chute onto the main product conveyor.
An unrestricted feed opening of 55 by 32 in. (140 by 81 cm) prevents bridging and maintains a consistent feed to the powerful Terex WJ55 single toggle jaw crusher, which features a hydraulic closed side setting (CSS) adjustment system that can be changed at the touch of a button for maximum control of product sizing.
Powering the Pegson XA750 is the latest generation 389 hp (288 kW) diesel engine, which uses a direct drive system to achieve enhanced power transmission and fuel efficiency versus hydrostatic systems. Engine power is transmitted to the crusher via a robust, self adjusting dry plate clutch with self regulation “push button” auto start up sequence and v-belt drive.
User benefits include a hydraulically adjustable product conveyor with a 13 ft. 1 in. (4 m) discharge height, a modular hopper that can be removed for transport and two speed tracks for maximum site mobility. The product conveyor can be raised and lowered hydraulically during operation and for transport and maintenance purposes. Maintenance downtime is reduced due to a hydraulic draw back rod retention system and under crusher access. The plant weighs 159,000 lbs. (72,000 kg), including magnet and dirt conveyor.
For more information, visit www.powerscreen.com.