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Powerscreen to unveil new Warrior at Intermat

Warrior 600 mobile screen

Versatile and compact heavy-duty Warrior 600 to be officially launched in Paris in April

POWERSCREEN will officially launch their newest mobile screen, the Warrior 600, at the Intermat show in Paris, which takes place from 20–25 April 2015.

Commenting on the forthcoming line-up at Intermat, Powerscreen brand leader Colin Clements said: ‘At this important exhibition, we will be showcasing some of the new machine’s key features including its compact size, which allows it to be transported in a shipping container and makes it easy to move between job sites at minimal cost.’

As the most recent addition to the Warrior mobile screening product family, the most compact heavy-duty mobile screen makes the Warrior range the widest in the market with six machines of varying size to meet a variety of customer requirements.

Ease of transport is only one of many features of the new model. The Warrior 600 screen is also highly versatile with its ground-breakingly simple conversion from three-way-split mode to two-way-split mode completed in minutes.

Specifically designed for operators for whom versatility, manoeuvrability and transportation are of key importance, the Warrior 600 features a highly aggressive 8ft x 4ft screenbox capable of 6g of acceleration. The high-strength, high-amplitude, two-bearing screenbox promotes easy handling and separation of large pieces of rock or recyclables from material fines.

Other user benefits include a rapid set-up time and ease of operation aided by hydraulically folding side conveyors, rigid feed hopper sides and two-speed tracks.

Intermat attendees are invited to visit the Powerscreen booth (F129) in Mining and Aggregates Hall 7, to receive first-hand information on the company’s equipment and services, and to meet members of the sales and customer support teams, including representatives from Powerscreen’s French distributors Catecom, Framateq, Mégamat and Starloc.

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