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Powerscreen debuts secondary scalping screen line

By |  October 21, 2021
Powerscreen says the Titan 1300 has been tested in a sand and gravel application in Germany. Photo: Powerscreen

Powerscreen says the Titan 1300 has been tested in a sand and gravel application in Germany. Photo: Powerscreen

Powerscreen launched a brand-new range of secondary scalping screens, with a goal of providing the market with cost-effective solutions in high-volume, smaller-sized and recycling applications.

The new Titan range includes three models – the Titan 600, Titan 1300 and Titan 2300. Powerscreen says Titan is a simplification of its Warrior range.

“As we continue to review the global market, we are seeing a split in the applications in which our Warrior range is being used,” says Sean Loughran, business line director at Powerscreen. “While some are screening large-sized materials, others are being used as secondary scalpers, such as after a crusher or in the recycling market – screening topsoil, C&D waste and biomass materials.

“The Titan range has been specifically designed with the customer, for the customer, as a more cost-effective machine to cater [to] those secondary or recycling screening applications,” Loughran adds. “It has both a range of features and unrivaled performance that will increase the bottom line of any of its owners.”

The Titan 1300

According to Powerscreen, the Titan 1300’s tail conveyor has the optimum combination of rollers and impact slips for durability while maximixing the power draw of the machine. Photo: Powerscreen

According to Powerscreen, the Titan 1300’s tail conveyor has the optimum combination of rollers and impact slips for durability while maximixing the power draw of the machine. Photo: Powerscreen

The Titan 1300 “packs a punch” while having a compact footprint for ease of transport, Powerscreen says.

The Titan 1300 is comprised of an extra-large-capacity twin-drive feeder at the rear of the machine with an 1,100-mm feeder belt. The feeder comes with hydraulically folding extensions to allow for side loading of the machine. The Titan 1300 can withstand heavy loads because impact bars are under the belt in place of impact rollers, Powerscreen says. The plant also has a folding rear door to allow for maximum versatility.

The Titan 2300

The Titan 2300, meanwhile, is a completely new machine to Powerscreen in terms of concept and design, encompassing a large belt feeder. The Titan 2300 features a twin gear box drive and a combination of impact bars and impact rollers for optimum power usage, the company says. The plant also has the steepest hopper Powerscreen ever designed to enable ease of emptying without bridging – with an eye specifically on the recycling market.

Kevin Yanik

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Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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