Lincom Group recently sold a Powerscreen Premiertrak R300 and a Powerscreen Warrior 1200 to The Roading Company based in New Zealand.
The highly efficient Powerscreen Premiertrak 300 jaw crusher can run at low engine RPM, giving excellent fuel consumption and low noise emissions which is beneficial in built-up areas. Capable of up to 280tph production, the Premiertrak has been designed with maintenance accessibility in mind to minimise downtime. One of the features of the machine includes the hydraulically lowering conveyor for excellent access to reduce downtime in the case of a blockage. Additionally, there are significant clearances in the bypass chute to enhance material flow and lessen the chance of blockages with the crusher when processing sticky or delicate materials. A further maintenance feature is the large under crusher clearance and full tunnelling to reduce the possibility of obstruction due to re-bar build up.
The Powerscreen Warrior 1200 is the most compact 12ft scalping screen in today’s market. Building on the success of the Warrior 600, the Warrior 1200 boasts excellent service access, high capacity and a low cost of ownership. Its highly aggressive screen can accept bofor bars, finger screens, woven mesh and punch plates along with other application-specific media types. User benefits include a rapid set-up time and ease of operation aided by hydraulically folding conveyors, two-speed tracks and a fast two-way split conversion. Operator control is via an easy to use PLC screen system. Jaw speed and CSS can be changed by a single button to allow the machine to altered to various applications very quickly with no manual tools required. All folding is done hydraulically which results in fast setup times.
The Roading Company has been successfully involved in major roading projects for NZTA, Local Government, subdivision, and site works projects throughout Southland, Otago, Waitaki and Canterbury regions.