New Cedarapids mobile screen introduced

By Lindsay Gale20 January 2015

Terex Mineral Processing Systems has expanded its CR Series mobile plant line with the addition of the Cedarapids CRS620S screen, which offers increased productivity with greater capacity, says the company. Terex MPS goes on to say that the new unit can be used in applications where traditional horizontal screens cannot because of the combination of its EL-Jay high g-force stroke motion combined with adjustable slope operation, which allow it to handle larger deck loads and larger screen openings. The screen slope can be hydraulically adjusted in 2.5° increments up to a maximum of 7.5° to allow the screen to be tailored to the application

Screen openings up to 152 mm (6 inch) are possible and patent pending “slant spring” screen suspension provides stability at all slopes. The plant features large capacity conveyors to handle the high production capabilities of the new LJ-TSV screen. The 1.2 m (3.4 ft) wide fines conveyor with elevated discharge and the two 0.8 m (2.5 ft) wide reversible cross conveyors that extend up to 1 m (3.3 ft) beyond the main frame easily feed off-plant conveyors. Roll-away blending chutes and extended walkways allow easy access to screen cloth. The patented low-maintenance flex shaft screen drive eliminates drive belt influence on the screen motion, belt whip, belt slippage, and spring loaded belt tensioners. There are no drive adjustments necessary when the screen slope is altered. In addition, the new flex shaft drive folds for travel, without shaft disassembly, to minimise transport width.

Ed Sauser, product manager at Terex MPS stated: “The addition of this new plant to our CR series portable plant line gives our customers a product that will handle more applications than other screen plants on the market. The increased capabilities, higher production, enhanced durability and maintenance friendly features make it an industry leader in productivity.”

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