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New Warrior ready for action

POWERSCREEN have launched the Warrior 800 as part of their new product development programme. The machine is the latest addition to the company’s range of heavy-duty screening units, which includes the Warrior 1400 and Warrior 1800. Later this year the range will be complemented further by the biggest Warrior to date, the Warrior 2400

Designed with the customer in mind, the Warrior 800 features a multi-purpose, heavy-duty, inclined two-deck screen, capable of stockpiling, three-way splitting or scalping either before or after crushing units.

The machine will accept material feed up to 400mm (16in) in size and can handle up to 300 tonnes/h, depending upon the application. The new 2-deck screen box, which measures 2.77m x 1.22m (9ft x 4ft), is designed to accept a wide variety of screen media, making it suitable for a variety of applications including topsoil, recycling, C&D waste, sand and gravel and aggregates.

 

Other key machine features of the Warrior 800 include a low-profile feed hopper with rear door for direct feeding from Powerscreen Pegson XH250 and Powerscreen Pegson Metrotrak machines without benching, generous conveyor discharge heights and a patent pending folding tail conveyor with integral slide-out facility to aid screen media changes.

Set-up time and ease of operation are aided by the hydraulic folding tail and side conveyors, rigid feed hopper sides and two-speed tracks, while a new simple-to-use electrical control system allows operators to monitor and diagnose the machine on site via an LCD display without the need for specialist tools.

Powerscreen say the machine will be available in either tracked or wheeled mobile configurations, with both configurations offering a compact transport footprint with a width of 2.5m (8ft 2in), thereby minimizing transport permit requirements throughout Europe.

 

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