WS4065 Wheeled Stacker
The WS4065 is a wheeled stacker that was designed to allow operators to stockpile/transfer material and compliments our existing range of mobile crushing and screening plants very well. It offers a low-cost solution to stockpiling material, where space is at a premium.
The WS4065 offers the flexibility and mobility needed for any application and eliminates the use of a loader and the double-handling of materials.
This unit can be containerised for transport (2 per high cube open top container), thereby substantially reducing transport costs.
- 1000mm (40") x 65' Main Conveyor
- Units can be containerized, which significantly reduces transport costs.
- 350mm head drum prolongs the life of the conveyor belt.
- Fast on-site setup time (5 minutes)
- Hydraulic folding frame for easy transport
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