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Quick set up, portable screener

Quick set up, portable screener

The Pitbull 2300, commercial-grade portable screener can be towed virtually anywhere via several hitch options, sets up in minutes, and will screen dirt and debris with maximum productivity. These screeners are manufactured with high quality construction and feature a 47-hp Tier 4 compliant diesel engine, a two-tier shaker table with quick-change two-piece screens, a hydraulic levelling system, and an adjustable height stacking conveyor.  

The Pitbull Screener offers a large 78-inch x 76-inch screen area with a deep loading apron that allows for fast loading of material with a front end loader or excavator. A dual tier shaker table design includes two sizes of screens that can be quickly changed, with standard screen openings from ¾-inch to 3-inch square.  

A 20-foot long heavy duty stacking conveyor is hydraulically adjustable in height from 4 feet 6 inches to 13 feet, for stock piling or loading directly into a truck or other equipment. 

Company info

9843 Martin Avenue
Lake City, PA
US, 16423

Website:
pitbullscreeners.com

Phone number:
888-448-2486

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