Crushing and screening industry specialist, Powerscreen, is preparing to launch Premiertrak 330 into its jaw crushing range. The machine will be fitted with a simple large fixed hopper, manufactured from an 8mm wear plate, a design that Powerscreen says will shorten set-up times, reduce pegging and increase the life of wear parts. The hydrostatic drive allows reversibility of the chamber, meaning the machine can unblock and run in reverse, allowing easier crushing of certain materials. In addition, a low engine speed improves fuel consumption and provides lower noise emissions for working in urban or restricted areas.
Powerscreen product manager, Neil Robinson stated, “The Premiertrak 330 is a lightweight machine, weighing less than 35,000kg with options, and boasts a number of new features. The Premiertrak 330 has been designed to promote an easy and effective flow of material to minimize any potential build-up, therefore maximizing uptime. Contributing to this is a two-piece grizzly feeder with the second section angled, which allows a better material flow towards the chamber and prevents bridging. These are just some of the features that contribute to the low cost-per-tonne performance.”
The Premiertrak 330 crusher uses a 1,000mm x 600mm (40in x 24in) jaw chamber and is capable of producing up to 280tph (308 US tph) of crushed material for a range of applications, including aggregate, recycling and mining.
The crusher also comes with the Pulse Intelligence system as standard, a remote monitoring fleet management system available on PC, tablet or smartphone, which gives operators and owners access to key data that can be analysed to improve machine operation, increase uptime, and help optimize in-depth reporting and fleet management. The system provides information on GPS location, start and stop times, fuel consumption, tonnages, cone settings, wear ratings, operating hours, maintenance status, and more.