Aggregate truck body
Philippi-Hagenbuch, Inc. introduced a new design for its Aggregate HiVol
Body. The new body, developed for use in quarry environments, fits all brands
of off-highway, rigid-frame haul trucks. Designed to match the life of the truck,
the new body is said to decrease carryback of sticky material. Engineers gather
information on height and width restrictions, as well as loading tools and hopper/loadout, to create a body tailored for maximum productivity and minimum maintenance according to site-specific needs. The body's design also
incorporates the tailgate, allowing for maximum payload.
Philippi-Hagenbuch | www.philsystems.com | Text INFO to 205-289-3782 or visit aggman.com/info
Fully independent pre-screen
Powerscreen says its XH320X impact crusher was developed
with a fully independent, hydraulically driven pre-screen, which
improves fines removal and reduces chamber wear costs for the
customer. A hydraulically folding extended side conveyor with a
stockpile height of about 12 feet has been added to the machine.
The hopper capacity has been increased by the addition of hopper extensions, which also can be hydraulically folded for transport. The new hopper design incorporates hydraulic locking pins for rapid set-up time and removes the need for manual wedges. The unit
has a full-length product conveyor with optional under-pan feeder for recycling applications. An optional extended, hydraulically folding
product conveyor increases stockpile height to slightly more than 13 feet.
Powerscreen | www.powerscreen.com | Text INFO to 205-289-3782 or visit aggman.com/info
AGGREGATES MANAGER December 2013