The Trakpactor 320SR crusher has a quick-detach post-screen section, which converts it to a standard Trakpactor 320 unit.
Powerscreen has launched the Trakpactor 320SR impact crusher.
Damian Power, Powerscreen global product director, said, "Building upon the success of the Powerscreen Trakpactor 320 impact crusher for the quarry and recycling industry, the new Trakpactor 320SR crusher is set to establish itself as a class leader amongst its peers and demonstrates what is possible when we work with customers in defining features and specifications."
The Powerscreen Trakpactor 320SR is a mid-sized horizontal impact crusher redesigned with some key enhancements to offer operators and contractors reduction and consistency of product shape for performance in quarry and recycling applications. The crushing chamber features a 44.5 by 31.5 in. (113 by 80 cm) feed opening, hydraulically assisted CSS adjustment, four bar rotor and twin apron design, and hydraulic overload protection as standard. New to this model is an optional fully independent hydraulic pre-screen which improves fines removal and reduces chamber wear costs
The plant is capable of working in the most demanding environments and features rapid set-up time, fuel efficient direct drive system and increased output potential of up to 352 ton per hour (320 t). The plant features a recirculating conveyor which raises for transport allowing more ground clearance under the machine when moving on site and loading for transport. The Trakpactor 320SR crusher has a quick-detach post-screen section, which converts it to a standard Trakpactor 320 unit. Other available options contributing to the versatility of the machine are a grinding path, hydraulically folding mid-grade stockpiling conveyor, an extended fines conveyor with a class leading discharge height and a twin pole overband magnet. As with all Powerscreen equipment, it comes complete with the latest generation engines to meet all global emission standards.
For more information, visit www.powerscreen.com.
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