TS4080 Tracked Stacker
TS4080 TRACKED STACKER
The newly designed TS4080 is McCloskey International’s newest addition to the materials handling division. Designed to allow operators to stockpile/transfer material directly from mobile crushing and screening plants it offers the perfect solution to all your material handling needs. It offers the flexibility and mobility needed to ensure that the stockpiling process is as fast and efficient as possible, it eliminates the use of a loader and also the double handling of materials.
The unit can also be containerized for transport, with minimal setup time, substantially reducing transport costs.
- 1000mm (40") x 80' Main Conveyor
- 4 meter tracks deliver superior maneuverability and stability.
- Full-length flashing minimizes nip points, increasing safety.
- Fast on-site setup time (5 minutes)
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