Powerscreen Warrior Radial Made for N. American Needs

Wed July 26, 2006 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The new Powerscreen Warrior Radial is capable of dry screening, three-way splitting and stockpiling a wide variety of materials in recycling, aggregates, C&D debris, compost, topsoil, coal and iron ore. applications.

The unit is ready in approximately 20 minutes and screens up to 550 tons per hour.

The design includes features specifically requested by North American customers.

The screen box can be raised and lowered hydraulically for ease of maintenance, and several sizes of screens and wires can be bolted in. When the side conveyor is removed, the unit can be converted to a two-way split machine with two products onto the tail conveyor. A heavy-duty horizontal apron feeder is designed for heavier, more rugged applications. The radial fines conveyor can rotate to 180 degrees, which provides much greater stockpiling capabilities.

The incline/horizontal belt-feed-hopper discharges onto the screen box from above allowing the material drop weight to spread on impact and flow more equally over the screen. The rear hopper door folds down hydraulically to allow level material feed from the crusher discharge conveyor.

Other features include a grease-filled, two-bearing screen box; hydraulic folding conveyors; hydraulic screen angle adjustment; hydraulic retractable oversize conveyor for ease of mesh change; hydraulic folding hopper sides, screen walkway and access ladder; engine protection shut-down system; and integrated high-capacity, variable-speed belt feeder.

For more information, call 502/736-5200 or visit www.terexcs.com.




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