New tracked conveyor introduced by ProStack

By |  November 17, 2023
ProStack's Ranger 6-24TR tracked radial conveyor is suitable for numerous industries including quarrying and mining. Photo: ProStack

ProStack’s Ranger 6-24TR tracked radial conveyor is suitable for industries such as aggregates and mining. Photo: ProStack

ProStack, a Terex brand, launched the Ranger 6-24TR tracked radial conveyor, the latest addition to it stacker range.

Designed for stockpiling across multiple applications including the quarrying and mining industries, the Ranger 6-24TR provides efficiency, versatility and automation, according to ProStack.

The Ranger 6-24TR features a semi-automated stockpile program that allows operators to stockpile materials in set patterns to suit their specific needs. This feature comes standard with an optional fully automated program available. It also features hydraulic discharge height adjustment, allowing for further flexibility when operating in different applications, ProStack says.

The conveyor includes a hydraulic fold over features, allowing it to be folded for transportation, reducing downtime and ensuring swift relocation to different job sites according to the company. Coupled with the already compact design, ProStack says this feature allows the Ranger 6-24TR to be transported within a shipping container.

“We have really focused on making the Ranger 6-24TR easy to use at every stage of design,” says Alan MacCombe, engineering manager at ProStack. “Features like the automated stockpile program and hydraulic discharge height adjustment, coupled with the fact that this conveyor can be operated with a remote control are a result of this focus.”

The Ranger 6-24TR has a working length of 72 in. and weighs approximately 20 tons. It can achieve a maximum through put rate of 600 tph, according to ProStack, and has a maximum discharge height of 35 ft., 3 in.

“Our global distribution network has shown great interest in [the] Ranger 6-24TR tracked radial conveyor,” says Steven Aiken, business line director at ProStack. “After many months of testing and refinement, we’re excited to finally get to share it with them. It will make a great addition to our product line.”

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