Eagle Iron Works Eagle Trek Line Standardizes Portable Washing Solutions

Eagle Iron Works (EIW) has offered customers reliable, easy-to-operate equipment mounted on portable chassis to handle washing and classifying applications for many years to meet customer requirements. Now EIW has introduced its Eagle Trek line of portable wash equipment, which includes the same well-known solutions and proven Eagle equipment designed into a standard array of sizes. 

Eagle Trek TSP

If your site is looking to produce aggregates to specifications using a highly compact, quick to set up, and easily moved unit, the Eagle Trek line has what you need, the company stated. Being able to move quickly from site to site means more time operating, which increases productivity and profit. EIW is currently offering two standard portable lines available in a wide range of sizes depending on your need. 

The first is the Eagle Trek TSP, which is an EIW classifying tank over top of a double screw washer. EIW’s Water Scalping-Classifying Tanks and reblending controls have proven themselves through the years in many plants that continue to provide excellent results throughout the world. Combined with an Eagle Double Screw Fine Material Washer, two typical construction grade sand specification products can be made simultaneously. 

The second unit, known as the Eagle Trek SSP, contains a horizontal screen and a double-screw washer. For the first time, this plant includes an Eagle triple-shaft horizontal vibrating triple-deck screen, which is able to size your washed rock products for direct stockpiling. 

Integrating with an EIW CONDOR (standard) or Classic (optional) Double Screw Fine Material Washer, the Eagle Trek SSP can size and wash three aggregate products and one sand product. 

Based on years of experience with portable plants, all Eagle Trek plants meet Department of Transportation requirements to be easily transported. All Eagle equipment means that you can work with Eagle dealers directly to receive complete service and support. 
Eagle Iron Works, www.eagleironworks.com

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