New Striker SQR scalping screens released

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Striker has released a new range of scalping screens – the SQR1652 and SQR2062 – and it will release a third new model at the end of this year

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The SQR screener range has full-size decks and can be fitted on the top deck with punch plate, grizzly fingers, tines or traditional mesh.

Onetrak was announced as the dealer of Striker in Australia in September last year, with the Striker team now focusing more on manufacturing and product development.

"When we began looking for a crushing and screening supplier, it became obvious that Striker indeed manufactured high-quality and productive machinery,"Onetrak managing director David Hazell explains. "More importantly for us, they understood the Australian market explicitly and shared a very simular can-do culture to Onetrak.

"A key ingredient we feel Onetrak can bring to this partnership is increased aftersales support from either of our six facilities located across Australia or any one of the 25 field service trucks that can attend our more remote customer’s needs."

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Striker manufactures screens to fill most applications from 100 tonnes per hour up to 750 tonnes per hour in track range and many more in the bare screen range.

"Max Plant and also the portable Max Plant screens give us great ability to meet most operator requirements, along with the utilisation of standard parts across the range.

"Also many parts interchangeable with the Striker track crusher range give the operator a great advantage of lowering their stock requirements for parts on site."

All Striker crushers and screens are track-mounted and used in various applications ranging from traditional quarrying, mining and recycling to more specialised applications like gold and copper heap leaching operations, rare earth projects and the disposal of illegal ivory.

Starting out in the track crusher market saw Striker focus on impactors, jaws and cones on tracks as well as large portable machines.

"It wasn't until the mid-2000s that Striker ventured into designing and building its own range of track screens, up until then we had purchased screens from European suppliers to sell under the Striker banner.

"So in early 2003 we developed the first of our range, an Australian designed and built screen to handle the harsh environment — the SC207 track screen — with a massive 20 x 7 double deck screen on it giving a massive 140 square feet of bottom deck area."

This machine proved popular and was used in gold and iron ore mines, as well as aggregate quarries and sand quarries across Australia and eventually went on to be exported to Asian mining projects.

With a taste for the track screen market, Striker then proceeded to design and produce various sizes of track screen along with utilising some European models to fill the spaces in the Striker range.

Fast forward to 2015 and Striker started to roll out the full range with our move to international markets through a growing dealer network.

In 2015 Striker released the new SQ range and SQR range that includes the SQ1862 and 1863 finishing screens, a true 18ft x 6ft screen on all decks, with all decks at true size and designed around traditional screening principles.

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