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Powerscreen Prepares to Launch Premiertrak 330

Tue August 20, 2019 - National Edition
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The Premiertrak 330 crusher uses a 40 by 24 in. (100 by 60 cm) jaw chamber and is capable of producing up to  308 ton (280 t) of crushed material. It can be used in a range of applications including aggregate, recycling and mining.
The Premiertrak 330 crusher uses a 40 by 24 in. (100 by 60 cm) jaw chamber and is capable of producing up to 308 ton (280 t) of crushed material. It can be used in a range of applications including aggregate, recycling and mining.

Powerscreen's most recent addition to it jaw crushing range, the Powerscreen Premiertrak 330, is fitted with a simple large fixed hopper and is manufactured from an 8mm wear plate, improving set up time, reducing pegging and increasing the life of wear parts. The hydrostatic drive allows reversibility of the chamber, meaning the machine can unblock and run in reverse, allowing easier crushing of certain materials. In addition to this, a low engine speed improves fuel consumption and provides lower noise emissions for working in urban or restricted areas.

These benefits provide customers with exceptional levels of reliability, efficiency and performance, according to the manufacturer.

"The Premiertrak 330 is a solid addition to the Powerscreen jaw crushing range," Powerscreen Product Manager Neil Robinson said. "The lightweight machine, weighing less than [77,161 lbs.] with options, boasts a number of new features.

"The Premiertrak 330 has been designed to promote an easy and effective flow of material to minimize any potential build-up, therefore maximizing uptime. Contributing to this is a two piece grizzly feeder with the second section angled, which allows a better material flow towards the chamber and prevents bridging. These are just some of the features that contribute to the astounding low cost per ton performance of the Premiertrak 330."

The Premiertrak 330 crusher uses a 40 by 24 in. (100 by 60 cm) jaw chamber and is capable of producing up to 308 ton (280 t) of crushed material. It can be used in a range of applications including aggregate, recycling and mining.

Since 2014, Powerscreen has been a trail-blazer in machine telematics, being the first mobile crushing and screening manufacturer to offer such a solution. All Powerscreen crushers come with the ground-breaking Pulse Intelligence system as standard. Powerscreen Pulse is a remote monitoring, fleet management system allowing crushing and screening equipment operators and owners to have unrivalled access to key data. This data has the power to revolutionize operations and analyzing it can mean improved machine operation, increased uptime, in-depth reporting and fleet management, according to the manufacturer.

Powerscreen Pulse Intelligence is available anywhere at any time, on a PC, tablet or smartphone. The system provides comprehensive information on the GPS location, start and stop times, fuel consumption, tonnages, cone settings, wear ratings, operating hours, maintenance status, and much more.

For more information, visit www.powerscreen.com.




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