McCloskey International introduces 123 track sizer.
"With the 123, we set out to provide our customers with a vibratory screener built like a tank," Pascal McCloskey, president and founder of McCloskey International, says. "We designed it to go anywhere customers need it to go, and stand up against any heavy material they need to process. And to do it every working day, year after year."
The 123 also has a crawler undercarriage.
"The bolted construction is far superior to welded boxes for this kind of use," McCloskey says. "With steel as thick as this, every weld is a potential weakness. The bolted box retains the full strength of the steel." The top deck is made from high-tensile steel punch plate to withstand the severe pounding of oversize rock and concrete as well as the ongoing wear of abrasive fines.
The undercarriage of the remote-control crawler fits fully under the unit's superstructure, which allows the heavy-gauge steel track skirting to mount flush with the body. "Keeping the guards flush to the body means there is no way for anything to wedge itself into the tracks--the machine either rolls over debris or pushes it aside."
The standard machine design provides a woven mesh, end-tensioned bottom screen deck, but optional finger decks or Bofor bar decks are also available. Customers can specify Duetz or Caterpillar diesel engines.
More information on the 123 model is available at www.mccloskeyinternational.com.
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|Title Annotation:||EQUIPMENT REPORT|
|Publication:||Construction & Demolition Recycling|
|Date:||Nov 1, 2006|
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