Launched at ConExpo 2020, Kolberg-Pioneer’s hybrid-powered FT4250CC mobile impactor plant features a two-deck, 4-ft. x 7-ft. pre-screen that minimizes the amount of undersized material that passes through the chamber, reducing wear costs and increasing the amount of final product by up to 30%.
A hybrid power option offers allows producers flexible power options in one convenient package. Producers can operate using line power, genset, or traditional diesel power. The most ecological source, line power, offers producers several operational and environmental benefits. Reduced noise levels, no engine emissions, the ability to run indoors and not having to refuel the equipment create a cleaner atmosphere for communities, while decreased operational and maintenance expenses create opportunities for producers.
- Scalp the feed, crush the material and post-screen all on one unit
- Screen features module-style, top-deck media and split, end-tensioned second-deck media
- Track-mounted FT4250CC features a heavy-duty steel frame, which is mounted on the track undercarriage that supports the hopper feeder, impact crusher, under crusher conveyor, diesel engine and hydraulic drive
- Plant includes a hopper with a vibrating feeder below it to convey material to the impact crusher
- Closed-circuit impact plant includes a vibrating screen and return conveyor to size and send oversized material back to the impact crusher for further processing
- Vibrating screen module can be removed, if necessary
- Optional twin cross conveyor allows customers to produce two final products
- Operate using a wireless remote control
- Operator can control the vibrating feeder speed, track movement of the plant and can start and stop the unit
- Remote control enables one operator to feed the plant and control it from the cab of the excavator or loader
- Horizontal shaft impactor is available in three- or four-bar configurations, offers up to 30% more uptime and 25% more capacity than competitive models
- 36-in. feed opening
- Well-suited for aggregate and recycling