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Pilot Crushtec has enjoyed considerable success with its Generac mobile tower lights since introducing them to the South African market more than a decade ago.
In today’s market customers have to maximise their return on investment to stay competitive, and companies like Pilot Crushtec partner closely with customers to ensure equipment will continue to produce at the lowest cost per ton.
Pilot Crushtec is introducing Metso Outotec’s Lokotrack® ST4.10™ mobile screen to the southern Africa market. With an extensive 9 m² screening area, the triple deck screen is ideal for large-scale aggregate production in either a closed-circuit crushing process or for final sizing.
Leveraging the new Lokotrack® LT200HPX™ mobile cone crusher’s two-deck pre-screen, contractors are not only able to increase their material throughput by up to 30%, but also reduce unnecessary wear and energy costs by limiting the amount of fine material that reports to the crushing chamber.
A key attribute of Metso Outotec’s Lokotrack® ST2.3™ scalping screen is not its compact design but its ability to be deployed in several applications and process various feed materials.
Under the pressure of demanding timelines and production targets, operations staff on a crushing site will always want the best equipment with the most responsive service offering.
The popularity of mobile plants which host a crusher and a screen on a single chassis is testament to the benefits they deliver to the market; but the design should not compromise production performance.
Leading crushing contractor B&E International has invested in Metso’s latest mobile screening solutions from Pilot Crushtec, in advance of what is hoped to be a better year for road-building and other construction in 2022.
As the economic pinch continues in sectors like construction and mining, there has been an alarming increase in the number of companies let down by underperforming crushing and screening equipment, spares support and technical aftermarket support, according to Pilot Crushtec director of sales and marketing Francois Marais.