Powerscreen to highlight crushing equipment at Bauma

Mobile crushing, screening and conveying equipment manufacturer Powerscreen is to exhibit at Bauma 2022, where it will show the Premiertrak 330 Jaw Crusher and Chieftain 1700X 3 Deck Incline Screen.

According to the company, which will exhibit alongside German distributors Kölsch and Christophel, the Premiertrak 330 boasts a two-piece grizzly feeder which allows better material flow towards the chamber.

An aerial shot of a jaw crusher The Premiertrack 330 will be available to view at Bauma. (Photo: Powerscreen)

User benefits include track mobility for a quick set-up time and variable crusher speed that allows the operator to fine tune the machine and maximise output.

The Powerscreen Chieftain 1700X, a mid-sized tracked mobile screen aimed at end users requiring high volumes of finished products, has a quick set-up time, drop down tail conveyor and the patented four bearing screenbox with the ability to switch to a two bearing setup in less than three hours.

Joe Cassidy, Powerscreen international sales director said, “We are delighted to be participating in this year’s Bauma with our strategic partners Kölsch and Christophel. Both companies have been representing the Powerscreen brand for many years and offer an extremely professional service to end users of our equipment across the country.

“We are strongly committed to the German market and look forward to continued success and growth in the region.”

In the lead up to Bauma 2022, KHL is providing rolling news which covers the latest product launches, event announcements and any other news related to the show.

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