Metso Lokotrack LT220D combines screening and crushing
Metso has introduced the Lokotrack LT220D, a track-mounted plant that reduces crushing and aggregate contractors’ operational costs by combining a cone crusher and a screen onto the same chassis.
The Metso unit reduces both fuel consumption and running costs by running both crusher and screen with a single diesel engine and delivering maximum power to the crusher by using direct-drive power transmission.
In addition, distributor Tutt Bryant Equipment says, its total weight of 44 tonnes and compact transport dimensions give the Lokotrack LT220D excellent transportability.
"This enables contractors to take on smaller contracts that previously would have been unprofitable for them," the company says. "A reduced number of transported units and a quick set-up translate into a significant increase in effective production time. "
Hydraulically operated screen lifting and folding side conveyors enable the Lokotrack LT220D to be ready for action in "just minutes", Tutt Bryant adds.
The machine is equipped with a high-performance Metso cone crusher, either the HP200 or the GP220, and combined with the same three deck screen as used on the ST4.8.
An intelligent control system is designed to provide safe and reliable processes in all applications. For instance, when paired with Metso’s Lokotrack LT106 mobile jaw plant, the new secondary unit is capable of producing up to three calibrated end products.
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