ST80 Wheeled Stackers
The McCloskey ST80 36” x 80’ Stacker has been designed for high capacity stockpiling operations. All units come as standard with diesel power units, hydraulic main lift and hydraulic top fold. Electric power is available as a model option based on the best application for the customer’s business.
This heavy-duty mobile stacker has a setback axle and 22.5 degree max conveyor angle allowing for the highest stockpiles per conveyor length in the industry. With its durable truss frame, large feed hopper and production capacity up to 500 TPH, the McCloskey ST80 stacks up well above the competition.
Available as a wheeled or tracked unit with numerous custom options offered to meet each customer’s unique requirements.
With a speedy set up time and high degree of mobility, the McCloskey ST80 Stackers are exceedingly efficient due to minimal downtime and maximum throughput and stockpile capacity.
ST80V WHEELED V-BIN
ST80 Wheeled Stackers feature a high volume 5.75 m3 (7.5 yd3) V-Bin for high capacity material handling.
- Electric model available
- 900mm (36”) x 80’ heavy duty main conveyor belt
- Adjustable hopper height to optimize efficiency
- Large feed hopper
- Road towable
- Hydraulic folding for easy transport with Air Brakes, Mud Flaps, and Lights.
- Fast on-site setup time (5 minutes)
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