Finland-based Metso’s newest mobile screen from the Lokotrack series - Lokotrack ST2.4 - combines high screening capacity with exceptionally low fuel consumption, according to the company. This user friendly, economical combination has been achieved thanks to the optimized hydraulic design and state-of-the-art control system.
The Lokotrack ST2.4 is well suited for accurate classifying of a wide range of feed materials: from pre-screening of the coarsest gravel to fine classifying and processing of natural sands or any demanding recycling materials. With the efficient two-stage screen, operators can produce three clean end product sizes in one process, says Metso.
“We believe that the Lokotrack ST2.4 sets a new standard for real mobility. Our new screen is thoroughly designed for fast setup from trailer to screening. All the conveyors are folded hydraulically and secured mechanically. You just set the screen angle, lift the feeder up and start screening,” says Kimmo Anttila, Metso Product Manager for mobile screens.
“Quick set-up helps contractors to add real screening uptime, and thus helps make even small jobs more economical. This, along with low operating costs and easy, simple service make the ST2.4 a real user-friendly tool,” Anttila adds.
The Lokotrack ST2.4’s screen opens hydraulically for ease and safety of service. The Lokotrack ST2.4 can be equipped with a variety of screen media, from steel meshes to high-performance Trellex rubber and polyurethane materials.
With available options, the ST2.4 can also be equipped with features like a vibrating apron feeder with grizzlies or finger bars. Other options include an apron feeder, magnetic separator for recycling, and remote radio controls. Spare parts and service are available through Metso’s worldwide network and authorized distributors.
The Lokotrack ST2.4 screen box size is 5 feet by 12 feet. It features a 101.9 horsepower Cat C4.4 diesel engine. The ST2.4 transport dimensions are: length: 46 feet, 7 inches; height: 11 feet, 2 inches; width: 9 feet, 10 inches; and weight (with belt feeder): 51,800 pounds.
More information is available at www.metso.com/miningandconstruction.