The Pronar MPB 20.55GH mobile drum screen effectively separates components of various sizes. The principle of operation of the screen is simple and ensures high efficiency. The mobile Pronar MPB 20.55GH trommel screen has an autonomous crawler suspension, so it can be moved at any time. The undercarriage is mounted on hydraulic cylinders that allow the machine to be raised, increasing the ground clearance, which facilitates transport in difficult terrain. The frame height adjustment also enables the screen to be levelled when working on sloping ground.
The wide-opening covers enable quick and efficient replacement of screening drums with different opening sizes. The engine with the pump unit of the Pronar MPB 20.55GH screener is placed on a hinged frame, which provides excellent access to the drive unit, charging hopper and hydraulic components.
KEY FEATURES & BENEFITS
- ENERGY SAVING – low consumption of diesel oil and consumables.
- EASY TO USE – thanks to the easy-to-use panel, the operator can quickly set the required parameters.
- LOW OPERATING COSTS – the production process uses the most modern technical and material solutions.
- SUITABLE FOR VARIOUS APPLICATIONS – sieves waste, black earth, gravel, chips and wood waste, separates debris from the ground.
- DRUM COMPATIBLE WITH DEVICES OF OTHER PRODUCERS – universal design and technology of operation were used.
- 19 mm x 19 mm screen aperture
- Punch Plate Drum 5.5m long x 2m diameter
- CAT 3.6 Engine
- Tele-Radio Remote Control System
- Tracked Chassis (Operated by Remote Control)
- Frame/Chassis Hydraulic Adjustable Angle
- Cleanfix System fitted to Engine Radiator
- Automatic Central Greasing System
- Hydraulically Height Adjustable Drum Cleaning Brush
- Hopper pressure sensor
- Additional 3-point working lights
$397,250 + GST ex Auckland
Price is subject to the current exchange rate and can fluctuate.
UDC Finance is available at competitive rates.
We offer competitive transport options across NZ.
We can arrange a demonstration if required.
021 278 0738 – Caolann Fitzpatrick (North Island)
021 278 7456 – Daniel Bartley (South Island)