August 24, 2016
Powerscreen says its new Warrior 2100 Spaleck Screen is the ultimate in mobile screening and separation technology. The unit features a two-deck, high-performance waste recycling screen with a Flip-Flow bottom deck, which has rubber panels that move in a smooth wave motion, expanding and contracting, to keep material in constant motion. This breaks down sticky material, such as clay and soil, making it possible to produce 0-10 mm fines with minimal contamination.
The top deck is made of five stepped 3-D screening segments formed from open surface panels, a design that helps prevent long, thin pieces from passing through to the bottom layer, thereby reducing wear and tear on the bottom deck media. Top and bottom deck panels are easily removable and can be replaced individually or together.
Powerscreen says the Single Shaft Screen gives the Warrior 2100 balance to screen efficiently in less demanding applications where a triple-shaft or Flip-Flow deck are not required. The Single-Shaft screen offers a more conventional approach and is supported on 2 x 130 mm bearings for an impressive screening stroke and screening angles up to 18 degrees.
Powerscreen says all three models have unrivalled conveyor and stockpiling configurations, as well as high-performance, two-speed tracks and superior serviceability and maintenance access.