October 9, 2012
McCloskey says its R230 screener is one of the most robust, heavy-duty mobile screeners in the world. The machine is capable of operating as a stand-alone plant or as a primary scalping component for a portable crushing spread. The unit features a heavy-duty, high-energy screen box that raises at the lower end for easy bottom-deck access. Other features include a direct-feed, Hardox-lined hopper with a large loading area, a wide feed opening for the free flow of material and high-volume capacity, and a chute design that minimizes material spillage and blockages.
The machine is powered by a 225-horsepower, six-cylinder Cat C6.6 Tier III diesel engine. It offers track mobility, integrated-hydraulic folding stockpiling conveyors, travel-out walkways requiring no folding or disassembly for transport, and fast on-site setup time — as little as 10 minutes. Standing room inside the powerpack and an open-access service bay make maintenance and service easy, saving time and money. Additional options include a radio remote control for tracks, top-deck and bottom-deck finger screens, and a plate apron feeder rather than a belt feeder.
Transport length 54 feet, 11.7 inches
Transport width 9 feet, 10 inches
Transport height 11 feet, 5.8 inches
Weight – track 88,200 pounds
Hopper capacity 15 cubic yards
Screen box dimensions (top deck) 20 feet x 6 feet
Screen box dimensions (bottom deck) 18 feet x 6 feet