Terex Ecotec releases tracked variant of established trommel screen
Terex Ecotec has further enhanced its trommel offering with the launch of the new Phoenix 2100T. The Phoenix 2100T is a tracked variant of the Phoenix 2100 trommel. The new machine has been designed to offer operators ideal throughput, application flexibility, and serviceability. Fully equipped with a Stage V/Tier 4 Final engine and the latest intelligent screening technology, the Phoenix 2100T delivers screening efficiency. Ideal for medium-sized operations, the Phoenix 2100T can accurately screen a variety of materials including compost, biomass, soil, green waste, C&D waste, and aggregates.
"The Phoenix 2100T is the latest trommel to be launched by Terex Ecotec and will complement our strong range of trommels already in the market," says Pawel Kononczuk, a sales director at Terex Ecotec. "Whilst maintaining the key features of the existing Phoenix trommel range, it has been purposefully engineered to provide improved service and maintenance access. Manoeuvred via heavy-duty crawler tracks, the Phoenix 2100T offers increased site mobility and is a great solution for difficult terrain."
The Phoenix 2100T is quick to set-up and is ready to work in minutes with no tooling required. The user-friendly control system offers simple operation and diagnostics, allowing the operator to configure the machine to suit the required application. The fully proportional, hydrostatic feeder combined with an intelligent control system continually monitors the machine, adjusting the feeder speed to optimize screening performance and throughput.
The Phoenix 2100T is fitted with a 1.94-metre by 6.45-metre screening drum with heavy-duty mesh or punch plate options available. Equipped with a hydrostatic four-wheel drive system, the Phoenix 2100T offers ideal startup torque and screening efficiency. The machine uses a fully independent track subframe and the drum screening angle can be adjusted from zero to seven degrees while in operation. Maintenance and inspection can be carried out easily due to the side drum access.
Powered by a 102kW (137 horsepower) CAT C4.4 Stage V/Tier 4 Final engine, the Phoenix 2100T offers the perfect blend of power and efficiency, reducing operating costs. Both noise and emission levels are reduced due to the machine running at a lower engine RPM. The swing-out power unit provides ideal service access enabling daily checks and maintenance to be carried out from ground level. The 180-degree radial fines conveyor with a variable discharge height of up to 5.3 metres can be remotely controlled whilst in operation, maximizing stockpile capacity. Both the radial fines and oversize conveyors lower to ground level hydraulically for maintenance.
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