The McCloskey 628 Trommel Screener is suited for large heavy-duty applications. With a 6’ diameter screen, the 628 Trommel generates a powerful screening action while the 28’ long drum ensures longer time on the screen and the highest quality end product.
Available in Dual Power, as a wheeled mobile unit or hydraulic raise/lower bogie system, McCloskey provides numerous drum and feeder options that are offered to meet each customer’s unique requirements.
All McCloskey trommels undergo extensive field testing and are continuously improved through customer feedback.
- Dual Power available
- Easy transport site-to-site
- 1050mm (42") radial conveyor
- 1830mm x 8530mm (6'x28') trommel screen
- Ground level brushes to keep screen clean
- Wheel mobile bogie system
- 10 minute set up time
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