McLennan Earthmoving has purchased its fourth Powerscreen equipment this year following significant demand from its customer base. The new Powerscreen Warrior 2400 follows the purchase just a few months ago of the company’s third Powerscreen Chieftain model.
McLennan Earthmoving is an earthmoving and civil construction contractor situated in Grafton, NSW catering to the North Coast area.
The Powerscreen Warrior 2400 is being fed by a Powerscreen XR400 Jaw and is configured with a 125mm punch plate on the top deck and with a 40mm aperture mesh on the bottom deck, giving three end products. The +125mm fine is used for small end Gabion rock. The mid-size material (-125mm to +40mm) is used for drainage rock and finally, the -40mm for base rock for road projects.
The Powerscreen Warrior 2400 is specially designed for large scale operators in the quarrying and mining sectors and is capable of handling larger feed sizes; it’s the most aggressive scalper on the market. The machine features a heavy duty triple shaft incline screen with a high amplitude triple shaft drive mechanism, lending it to screening, scalping, 2 or 3-way separation and stockpiling of materials like aggregates, topsoil, composts, coal, construction & demolition waste and iron ore.
User benefits include:
- Slide out tail conveyor facility to aid screen media access
- Hydraulically lifting screenbox to help with skirting changes and general maintenance
- Load sensing collection conveyor
- Side fines conveyor circuit to avoid blockages by slowing or stopping the feeder conveyor when high volumes of material are detected on the belts under the screenbox.
In addition to their new Powerscreen Warrior 2400 McLennan Earthmoving also have in their fleet a wide range of Powerscreen equipment including Chieftain 1400, Chieftain 2100X (2 and 3 deck models), H6230R 3 deck, 1300 Maxtrak, 1000 Maxtrak and 1000SR Maxtrak. They also have two jaw crushers in their fleet, XA400S and XR400, all available for commercial, government and private projects.