EDGE Innovate, which manufactures equipment used in the quarrying, port handling and recycling industries, has revealed its latest portable material handling offering with the launch of the TSR80.
The EDGE TSR80 is an 80ft long tracked mounted conveyor with radial stockpiling functionality. Essentially, the TSR80 has packaged all the advantages of a mobile radial stacker and that of a tracked mounted stockpiler into one product. The TSR80 has the ability to self-propel across even the roughest terrains and the capacity to create massive radial stockpiles. It is an efficient stockpiling solution for operators who frequently reposition their processing plant or want a conveyor to fulfill a number of different roles on-site.
The TSR80 offers operators a host of design features such as a high torque belt drive, 1200mm (48 inch) wide conveyor, hydraulic variable feed in height, adjustable operating angle, radial stockpiling functionality and quick transition from transport to operational mode. With a maximum discharge height of 11.8m (38'10 inches) and 360° radial capability, the EDGE TSR80 can create stockpile volumes up to 34,237m³ (40,947 cubic yards). In addition, the TSR80 has an optional automatic stockpiling program which combines automatic radial drive functions and self-angle adjustment enabling the TSR80 to create huge radial stockpiles with minimal supervision and prevents material segregation.
The core design principal for the TSR80 has been to provide customers with a conveyor that could create large radial stockpiles and can easily be transported both locally and around site with minimal fuss or cost. The TSR80 has been designed to fold down with it's own power source and to drive onto a range of low boys and low loaders.
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