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Address 200 Coalisland Road, Dungannon, Co Tyrone, BT71 4DR, GB
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Powerscreen adding Premiertrak 330 to jaw crusher range

Powerscreen is adding the Powerscreen Premiertrak 330 to its jaw crushing range. The new Premiertrak 330 is fitted with a simple, large fixed hopper improving setup time, reducing pegging and increasing the life of wear parts. The hydrostatic drive allows reversibility of the chamber, meaning the machine can unblock and run in reverse, allowing easier crushing of certain materials. In addition to this, a low engine speed improves fuel consumption and provides lower noise emissions for working in urban or restricted areas.

Powerscreen of Canada to show latest crushing and screening plants at National Heavy Equipment Show

Powerscreen is one of the world's leading providers of mobile crushing, screening and conveying equipment. Official distributors, Powerscreen of Canada will exhibit at the National Heavy Equipment Show in Toronto, from March 28-29th, 2019. Exhibiting at booth number 5004, experts will be on hand to talk crushing and screening and visitors will have the opportunity to get up close to a Powerscreen Chieftain 2200 screen.

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POWERSCREEN WARRIOR 1400X SCREEN

The PowerscreenWarrior 1400X screen was launched in 2012 at Hillhead and since then it has impressed customers across Europe. Powerscreen New England, a ­­­long serving distributor in north-eastern USA, purchased the first Warrior 1400X for the American market and it has since been sold to Carrier Home Builders Inc.

Powerscreen® Crusher Chosen To Crush Six Tons Of Ivory For Us Government Initiative

On Thursday, November 14, U.S. federal officials used a Powerscreen® impact crusher to pulverize 6 U.S. tons (5.4 tonnes) of illegal elephant ivory to discourage poachers and wildlife traffickers.  The “Ivory Crush” event took place at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Wildlife Property Repository at Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge near Denver, Colorado, and was attended by representatives of African nations and other countries, dozens of leading conservationists and international media representatives. This was the latest in a series of actions by the U.S. government designed to crack down on international poaching and illegal wildlife trafficking.