Powerscreen confirmed for Hillhead 2022
18 May 2022
Powerscreen has announced that it will focus on equipment and technology that is “in touch with tomorrow”, at this year’s Hillhead exhibition in the UK.
Under this guiding theme, the equipment manufacturer will take its latest screener, scalping and conveyor models to the event, which will run from 21 to 23 June at Hillhead Quarry in Derbyshire.
It will also showcase how digital and alternative power products that it believes will “play an important role in preserving the planet”, with the Powerscreen team on hand at its stand (L4) to help visitors.
Sean Loughran, Powerscreen business line director & general manager, said: “To say that we are excited to be back doing what we do best at Hillhead would be an understatement.
“It has certainly been a challenging couple of years - but the team at the factory have been working extremely hard behind the scenes and we are looking forward to sharing the results of this work with those who will be attending Hillhead 2022.”
Visitors to Powerscreen’s stand will be able to see its new Titan 2300 scalping screen, which is said to incorporate key features of the Warrior range that have been adapted to “a different section of the market at an attractive price point”.
Launched last year and described as the flagship of the Titan equipment range, the Titan 2300 will be displayed alongside the Chieftain 1700X 3-Deck mobile incline screen and the HLF75 Orbital conveyor.
As well the machines and technologies on display at the company’s stand, Powerscreen’s Premiertrak 450 jaw crushing plant, the Trakpactor 480SR impact crusher, and the new electric powered Chieftain 2100XE screener will feature in the event’s rock processing demonstration area.
Neil Robinson, Powerscreen product and applications manager, said: “Pretty much everything on display at Hillhead 2022 is the result of a collaborative effort between our team members, dealers and customers.
“It’s great to be interacting face-to-face again and we look forward to seeing some familiar faces (and some new) at the Powerscreen stand during the show.”