The new McCloskey S250 Screener rises above all industry standards, positioned as one of the world’s largest track mobile screeners. The 22 x 6 heavy duty high energy 2 bearing 3 deck screeners deliver more true screening area. Engine options, including Cat and Volvo, deliver the required power for maximising throughput.
Available in double or triple deck models, the S250 features 900mm (36”) wide side conveyors and an 800mm (32”) wide oversize conveyor for higher material flow. The oversize conveyor also features an open roller design, reducing power requirements. This class leading screening area, along with its high energy screening action, ensure that the McCloskey S250 is the superior choice for aggregate material screening.
Salzburg Austria Grows Greener
Customer quickly grows collection of McCloskey machines Austria-based Sandra and Ferdinand Polixmair are always happy to see a satisfied and productive customer. They make sure customers get everything they are…Read full story
Customers like Duivenvoorden Haulage, based in Innisfil, Ontario, understand the power and the practicality of filling quarries with McCloskey. They have a fleet of McCloskey equipment at work in three…Read full story
Metcalfe Farms (Haulage) Ltd
Widely known as one of the fastest growing heavy haulage companies in Europe, Metcalfe Farms (Haulage) Ltd are first and foremost a successful dairy farm, housing 1,300 dairy cows on 3,200 acres…Read full story
Jon Rudolph has a long relationship with the railroad, from his father serving as a personnel safety manager in the 1970s to his latest project: a loop for the White…Read full story
Creasey Crushing & Screening Ltd
In 2015, Lincolnshire based David Creasey founded Creasey Crushing & Screening Ltd with just 2 members of staff in a local quarry. Shortly afterwards, David secured the lease on a second quarry…Read full story
Dean and Carolyn Kropf’s family business, DINO Trucking, has come a long way since they bought their first dump and started hauling aggregate for southwestern Ontario producers in 1975. “Carolyn…Read full story