The FSL100 – Anaconda’s new scalping screen

By Lindsay Gale07 January 2014

Anaconda’s new FSL100 can produce two end products and is claimed to be ideal as a pre or post crush

Anaconda’s new FSL100 can produce two end products and is claimed to be ideal as a pre or post crushing screener

Anaconda has celebrated the start of 2014 with the introduction of a new scalping screen, the FSL100, which it says has been designed for some of the toughest applications in quarries, mines and recycling facilities. It is intended to meet the demand from customers who do not require conventional three way separation of product.

The machine is powered by a JCB444 Dieselmax engine or a Deutz TD2011FL04i engine.. The two-deck vibrating grid can be fitted with grizzly bars, fingers, punch plate or mesh, with the hopper protected by a heavy duty plate to prevent damage when oversize is cleared. Both the feeder and discharge belts offer variable speed control with the machine controlled by wired or radio remote control

Anaconda managing director Alistair Forsyth said of the FSL100: “Designing new products in tandem with our dealer network has been a key factor in our success to date. The FSL100 has once again evolved from these discussions and we hope we have been able to address a gap in the market for this type of machine. Although the machine is different from what has gone before, our customers will find the same core ingredients in this model – quality, robust design, easy to use and affordable.”

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