Designed to process material up to 10 inches in diameter, the mobile Horizon 5163 precision scalping and screening plant from Terex-owned Powerscreen is claimed to turn out up to 600 tons per hour of high-specification product for concrete, road building and paving, be it from aggregate, coal, iron ore, and recycled concrete and asphalt. The plant also works in closed-circuit primary, secondary and tertiary crushing set-ups to achieve high tonnage of fine-sized product. Also part of the Terex Crushing & Screening display, the new two- and three-screen Powerscreen Chieftain 1700 dry screen can separate up to six products. Adjustable, high-amplitude, two-bearing screen action exposes the material to varying amplitudes and G-forces to help separate it into the various required specifications. Both Powerscreen units set up ready to run in 30 minutes or less.
The 873 mobile screen works as a frontline screening machine or after a primary crusher.
The Masaba C125 screening plant has a grizzly hopper module that hydraulically lifts off the wide flange beam chassis for travel.