The McCloskey 733 trommel screeners are high production machines with a 160º radial fines conveyor and an oversize end conveyor for extensive stockpiling capabilities.
Also available in dual power, the 733 boasts a 130 kW (225HP) engine powering the world’s highest capacity mobile trommel.
With a 10.06m (33ft) long drum – allowing the material longer time on the screening surface – and a range of drum options, the 733 offers an unrivalled high quality product in a variety of industries including construction and demolition, topsoil, compost, waste recycling, and many other large screening applications.
The 733 trommel is available as a wheeled mobile unit, with numerous custom drum and feeder options that are offered to meet each customer’s unique requirements.
- Dual Power available
- 2130mm x 1006mm (7'x33') trommel screen
- 1200mm (48") wide radial conveyor
- Wheeled mobility
- Ground level brushes to keep screen clean
- Ground level engine bay
- Easy transportation
- 10 minute set up time
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