IRock debuts screener, redesigns old screener

By |  March 8, 2017

IRock releases the TS 518 mobile screening plant at ConExpo-Con/Agg. Photo courtesy of IRock Crushers

IRock Crushers launched its TS-518 mobile tracked screening plant and redesigned its TS-522 TDR track portable screening plant during ConExpo-Con/Agg 2017.

The new TS-518 gives medium and large producers a compact, heavy-duty mobile finishing screen. IRock developed the screener with hydraulically powered components, including conveyors that allow operators to quickly and easily move the machine into place for production in about 10 minutes, according to IRock.

The TS-518 screen delivers maneuverability around jobsites without the need for a trailer. The plant optimizes productivity with its 12 cu. yd. hopper and 129 hp Cat diesel engine, IRock says. In addition, it comes in two- or three-deck models that feature high-energy, two-bearing screen boxes for sorting a range of materials, including aggregate, concrete and sand. In addition, contractors can sort as many as three sizes with the two-deck unit and four sizes using the three-deck model.

IRock redesigned its TS 522 TDR screening plant with rinsers for ConExpo-Con/Agg. Photo courtesy of IRock

The company also redesigned its TS-522 TDR to include a rinser. The unit gives quarries the convenience to screen and wash materials such as aggregate. It can sort and wash as many as three-sized and one-oversized products at once, making it suitable for medium and large operations.

The TS-522 TDR processes 200 to 300 tph and features three decks with nine spray bars along the top deck and eight each on the middle and bottom decks. The spray bars’ brass heads deliver 25 psi of water pressure each to remove dirt and debris from material, IRock says. Technicians can rotate the spray bars to change the angle water hits the material.

IRock redesigned the TS-522 TDR to include a rinse box at the top of the unit that features two additional spray bars. The spray bars pre-soak material to facilitate faster and easier removal of tough mud and clay as the material hits the screen decks.

Additionally, the TS-522 TDR’s 14-ft.-wide hopper holds up to 12 cu. yd. of material, providing space to accommodate large amounts of aggregate. The unit’s 320 sq. ft. of screening area contributes to the machine’s high output, while the two 22 ft. x 5 ft. decks and 20 ft. x 5 ft. bottom deck media can be changed, the company adds.

About the Author:

Megan Smalley is the associate editor of Pit & Quarry. Contact her at or 216-363-7930.

Comments are closed