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Powerscreen Chieftain 2100 Rinser


The track-mounted, three-deck Powerscreen Chieftain 2100 Rinser produces up to 500 tons per hour, depending on mesh and material. The fully mobile washing screen can work independently or as part of a Powerscreen multi-machine, full-range wash plant.

The track-mounted, three-deck Powerscreen Chieftain 2100 Rinser produces up to 500 tons per hour, depending on mesh and material. The fully mobile washing screen can work independently or as part of a Powerscreen multi-machine, full-range wash plant. It can be converted to a dry screen. The unit can produce up to three grades of sand. On-board conveyors can stockpile all product grades without traditional stand-alone conveyors. It has a four-bearing, free-floating screen box. Other standard equipment includes four hydraulic folding conveyors, radio-controlled tipping grid, integrated variable-speed belt feeder, hydraulic screen-angle adjustment, screen walkway and access ladder, and an engine-protection shutdown system. It is powered by a diesel-hydraulic or optional electric-hydraulic drive. Other options include single or double-deck vibrating grizzly, radio controlled tracks, fifth-wheel mobile, finger screens, 12-foot or 14-foot hopper, hydraulic screen tensioning, direct feed and TUV compliance. Incoming material is conveyed to the wash box, where a high volume of water is added to form a slurry. High-pressure spray bars on all three decks rinse the material as it passes down the screen. Fine sand and silt are flushed through the bottom deck meshes to a dewatering unit. The bottom deck/catchbox is split to keep the products separate. Terex