Anaconda unveils its largest mobile incline screener


Anaconda has introduced the SR520 mobile incline screener as a high-volume solution for applications where retaining fines is of the utmost importance. 

The new innovation is the biggest in Anaconda’s range,  and it is expected to become an integral part of the company’s product offering as the manufacturer rounds off its screening range.

“The SR520 incline screen now allows us to offer our customers screening solutions from compact to primary high volume. We have already had a lot of interest in the models from our existing customer base and are confident it will be a big hit for us as we move forward,” said Anaconda CEO Alistair Forsyth.

The SR520 is designed to process vast quantities of product in order to retain as many fines as possible. With an estimated output of 450 tonnes per hour, the versatile screener has the ability to deal with various applications such as recycling, quarrying and mining.

In order to achieve optimum productivity levels, Anaconda recommends the SR520 is introduced to an application where the user is aiming to extract fines from their initial product.

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Being very economical to run, allows for operators to save on fuel consumption costs while the screener stockpiles up to four different products.

Fitted with a 6.15 metre by 1.52-metre-high energy screen box in either double or triple deck dry or rinser screen, it can also adjust to a range of applications. With five settings on the screen box angle from 20 to 30 degrees, an aggressive 10 mm stroke and 940 rpm shaft speed, the SR520 is all about allowing the customer the ability to fine-tune the plant to their specific application.

It comes complete with a 4.2 metre feeder hopper with a radio remote tipping grid as standard, with options such as a 3.7 metre double deck vibrating grid, dust covers, overband magnet and radio remote control.

Fully pre-tested before dispatch, the SR520 arrives on site folded in its transport position. The hydraulic controls then allow for the finishing screen to be set up into working position.

It is then estimated that the screener can be fully operational within 20 minutes. In an ever more complicated industry the SR520, as with all Anaconda models, is designed with the user experience in mind, focusing on ease of access, quick set-up and break-down times, as well as user-friendly controls.