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IROCK Crushers Launches Finishing Screen for Medium to Large Producers

IROCK Crushers’ new TS-518 mobile tracked screening plant gives medium to large producers a compact, heavy-duty and easy-to-move finishing screen with a high output. IROCK developed the screener with hydraulically powered components, including conveyors, which allow operators to quickly and easily move the machine into place for production in as little as 10 minutes. The TS-518 track screen delivers fast, easy maneuverability around the jobsite without the need for a trailer, saving time and hassle. 

The screening plant optimizes productivity with its 12-cubic-yard hopper and 129 horsepower CAT® diesel engine. IROCK offers the TS-518 in two- or three-deck models. Both feature heavy-duty, high-energy, two-bearing screen boxes for sorting a wide range of materials, including aggregates, concrete and sand. Contractors can sort as many as three sizes with the two-deck unit and four sizes using the three-deck model. Producers can change out the screen media on each deck for full control over end-product size.

The screener’s feed conveyor offers an adjustable speed for efficient and effective material loading into the screen box. Producers can sort and stockpile as many as three different materials at once with the unit’s tail conveyor and two side conveyors. The tail conveyor quickly sorts material into stockpiles as high as 15 feet, 2 inches, while its two side conveyors offer an adjustable speed for fast sorting into stockpiles as high as 16 feet, 8 inches — among the highest in the industry. This high stockpile height allows operators to put more material under the belt before moving the screener to the next stockpile.
 
IROCK built the TS-518 to withstand rugged day-to-day use. It features a solid, heavy-duty steel chassis that provides ultimate durability onsite and during transportation. Maintenance is simple with the TS-518’s easy-to-access engine compartment that provides generous room for repairing or replacing components.  

IROCK offers several additional features to customize the unit for specific applications. An optional remote-controlled livehead effectively sizes and loosens heavy, dirty and sticky debris from product before it enters the hopper. This expedites the screening process and boosts productivity. Users choose from the standard tethered remote or IROCK’s optional wireless remote for greater flexibility around the site. A crusher chute gives producers the option to directly feed material into the hopper without removing the tipping grid. A single-shaft shredder is also available for topsoil screening.  

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  • IROCK Crushers

    7700 Medusa Rd.
    Oakwood Village , OH
    US , 44146

    IROCK Crushers is a leading manufacturer of portable crushing plants, screening equipment and other related products. The company, which formed in 1992, is committed to bringing the most productive and highest quality equipment and solutions to customers through innovation and expertise as well as outstanding service and support. 

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