Powerscreen brings out two Warrior variants

07 July 2016

Based on the highly successful Warrior 2100 triple shaft screen, Powerscreen has launched two further variants for the model – the Spaleck and a single shaft screen.

The Warrior 2100 screen is engineered to include the company’s proven Triple Shaft technology which is now well established in markets worldwide. This Triple Shaft technology, unique to Powerscreen heavy duty mobile screens, is designed so the 16 ft x 5 ft screenbox is highly effective and efficient while maintaining exceptional throughput productivity. The extreme screening acceleration offers the Warrior 2100 screen improved capabilities, especially in sticky scalping applications.

The new PowerscreenWarrior 2100 Spaleck Screen has at the core of the plant is a two-deck high performance waste recycling screen with a Flip-Flow-bottom deck. The stepped top deck design combined with Flip-Flow technology on the bottom deck puts this screen is attractive to customers in many sectors of the waste recycling industry.

Key to this is the introduction of the Flip-Flow bottom deck on the Warrior 2100 screen, which uses rubber panels that move in a smooth wave motion expanding and contracting to keep the material constantly in motion. This breaks down sticky material, such as clay and soil, making it possible to produce 0-10mm fines with minimal contamination from non-inert material such as wood and plastic, which will generally fall into the +10mm particle band.

Recyclable material enters the top deck, comprised of five stepped 3-D screening segments formed from open surface panels. As well as preventing waste from catching in the surface and reducing downtime for clearance, this design helps ensures long, thin pieces cannot pass through to the bottom layer, thereby reducing wear and tear on the bottom deck media.

The deck panels on the top and bottom deck, are easily removable, and can be replaced individually or together.

The single shaft screen provides the Warrior 2100 with the balance to screen efficiently in less demanding applications when the power of a triple shaft drive or the precision of a Flip-Flow deck is not required. The single shaft screen provides effective screening capabilities with a more conventional approach.

The drive system is mounted directly to the screen side and is pulley driven to ensure that optimum hydraulic efficiency can be realised at both standard and increased amplitudes, making the Warrior 2100 Single shaft a leader in the conventional 16 x 5 class.

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