Deister adds highly-mobile, heavy-duty horizontal screening plant with feed conveyor to new line of versatile portable units
October 27th, 2011
Company: Deister Machine Company
Category: Portable Screens
FORT WAYNE, IN – Deister Machine Company, Inc., a leading manufacturer of high-quality vibrating feeding, scalping and screening equipment, introduces the Deister Portable Heavy-Duty Horizontal Screening Plant with Feed Conveyor as the latest addition to its new line of premium portable screening plants. Available in 6-foot x 20-foot; and 8-foot x 20-foot models; and offered in a number of custom configurations, the Deister Portable Heavy-Duty Horizontal Screening Plant with Feed Conveyor is a highly-mobile and versatile solution that is ideal for in-pit portability or ease of transport from site to site in crushed stone, and sand & gravel; or in concrete and asphalt recycle applications. Centered on the superior performance of the Deister heavy-duty horizontal triple-shaft vibrating screen, every Deister premium portable plant is engineered for maximum longevity, value and uptime – and is supported by unequaled service and parts availability.
The Deister Portable Heavy-Duty Horizontal Screening Plant with Feed Conveyor incorporates numerous innovative features that include an optional 42-inch screen feed conveyor (48-inch on the 8-foot-wide unit); walking beam tandem-axle suspension; access ladders and walkways on both sides and front of the screen with hydraulic folding on one side; centralized grease points; chutes and hoppers lined or made from AR 400 plate; a 60-inch undersize conveyor below the 6-foot x 20-foot screen (or an 84-inch undersize conveyor on the 8-foot x 20-foot screen); 30-inch motorized head pulley cross conveyors (or 36-inch on the 8-foot x 20-foot screen); and self-cleaning, wing-type tail pulleys.
Additional optional features include a receiving hopper for crusher return; an optional four (4) leg hydraulic leveling package with 12 VDC power pack and filtration; optional hydraulic cylinders to fold conveyor and additional cylinders to adjust discharge height; optional six (6) or eight (8) hydraulic leveling/Run-On cylinders powered by a Honda engine; and optional spring loaded belt scrapers.
As a family-owned business with nearly a century of manufacturing excellence, Deister Machine Company remains a customer-focused leader in the aggregate and mining industries. For more information on Deister Premium Portable Screening Plants; or on its complete line of feeding, scalping and screening equipment; call 260-426-7495 or email email@example.com; or visit http://www.deistermachine.com/.
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