Peterborough, ON The new R155 High Energy Screener from McCloskey International provides the industry™s first true 16 ft. x 5 ft. screenbox, with a full 155 sq. ft. of screening area, for maximum production in the heaviest screening applications.
Unveiled at the 2007 Hillhead International Quarry & Recycling Show, McCloskey recently demonstrated the newest application of its High Energy Screenbox, designed to maximize throughput for a full range of rock, quarry, C&D and soil products to customers in the US and Canada.
The R155 model is the first vibratory screener in the nominal 16™ x 5™ class to be equipped with an upper screen that measures a true 16 ft. x 5 ft., coupled with a lower screen deck measuring 15 ft. x 5 ft. With an extra large top-mounted hopper, a hefty 125 hp Caterpillar engine plus the McCloskey High Energy Screenbox, the R155 will process the heaviest rock and quarry materials while providing the versatility to produce finer material with equal efficiency. McCloskey says the R155 can handle primary screening for feeding a crusher, for example, as well as screening finished products.
The R155 is built around the High Energy Screenbox, which can run with a high-powered vibratory stroke of up to 10 mm at 950 RPM, or 6 mm at 1,130 RPM. The screenbox is available with a complete range of screening decks including the standard punch plate and optional woven mesh, finger deck or Bofar bar deck.
To keep pace with the production capacity of its screenbox, the R155 has been fitted with a hopper that™s 30% larger, or more, compared to other units in this screener range. The new 10.5 cu. yd. hopper also introduces a new design that effectively eliminates the spillage problems common to this type of equipment. The system is configured to allow loading from the rear of the screener with most standard loaders.
McCloskey International Limited designs and manufactures innovative trommel screeners, vibrating screeners, stacking conveyors and picking stations. Since 1985, McCloskey International has been exceeding customer expectations with reliable, durable and high performing products. McCloskey equipment is used by topsoil producers, landscape contractors, composting facilities, waste management and recycling operations, aggregate producers and quarry operators to help achieve profitable volumes.