IROCK Crushers introduces TS-620 scalping screen
For large-scale operators, increased tonnages
IROCK Crushers introduces the TS-620 Scalping Screen, the company’s largest track screener. The unit is one in a line of five IROCK tracked screener/scalpers.
The TS-620 will expand the breadth of IROCK’s lineup and allow IROCK to serve any customer, from small contractors to larger producers. The TS-620 is ideal for large-scale operations looking for high output in heavy-duty scalping applications such as quarrying, recycling, construction and demolition.
Featuring the heavy-duty, robust overall design that marks all IROCK products, the TS-620 is powered by a 225-horsepower Caterpillar C6.6 engine and is capable of processing materials at a rate of up to 900 TPH.
Allowing high production rates, the TS-620 features a heavy-duty hopper rated to 11.7-cubic-yards, the highest capacity available in its class. This direct-feed unit also features conveyors with stockpiling heights up to 16 feet.
The TS-620 also has the largest screening area in the industry, further contributing to the machine’s high output ratings. With a 20-foot by 6-foot top deck and a 19-foot by 6-foot bottom deck, the machine has a total screening area of 234 square feet. This two-deck design enables the production and sorting of up to three different size products. In addition, the decks are interchangeable for more control over end-product size.
IROCK also offers the widest discharge conveyor in the market, offering a 63-inch-wide over size conveyor with an impact bed in comparison to the industry standard 48-inches.
Optional components further enhance the machine’s durability. An apron feeder can be substituted for the belt feeder for improved longevity in more rugged environments. Top deck bofar bars allow producers to retain more valuable fine material while rejecting unwanted oversize products. Top-deck punch plates are another option that prolongs screen life in scalping or heavy-duty screening applications.
Several additional options allow for easy maintenance and portability. While the TS-620 comes standard with an attached cord and remote for controlling and maneuvering the screener around a job site, a wireless remote option is also available. Walkways alongside the screeners provide full access to each side of the screenbox for ease of maintenance or screen changeouts. Further, walkways can be folded hydraulically for smooth set up and transportation.