TRACKED CONVEYOR FOR YOUR NEXT PROJECT.
GREENROCK EQUIPMENT HOLD A LARGE INVENTORY OF TRACKED CONVEYOR STACKERS FOR LEASE, RENTAL AND SALE.
The sizes we stock are:
65 foot x 40 inch
80 foot x 40 inch
100 foot x 48 inch
All our tracked stacking conveyors have CAT engines and have low fuel consumption. As standard, we provide the unit with hopper extensions and with impact beds at the tail section.
- Can be continually fed by any Primary / Secondary Crusher, Screener or Grinder
- Can reduce fuel, maintenance and labour costs by up to 80%
- Eliminate double handling of material with wheel loader
- Fully tracked for on-site mobility
- Impressive stockpiling rates from 100 -1000+ Tonnes per Hour
- Discharge heights up to 13.5m (44’3”)
- Fuel consumption from 5 litres per hour (1.3 USG)
- Transports easily via low loader or packed in container for shipping
TRACK STACKER CONVEYOR
MOBILE STOCKPILING SOLUTION
Its no surprise that track stacker conveyors are an integral part of any efficient materials processing setup. Their low running costs in comparison to manual wheel loading of material gives a fast return on investment. Where the tracked conveyor comes in to its own is when mobility on site is required. Simple to set up and simple to learn, the track stacker can be mobilized quickly, folded for transport quickly and transported easily & inexpensively.
EDGE Innovate has taken decades of experience in manufacturing conveyors and created a track stacker series that offers operators an efficient, reliable and robust material handling solution. Designed to work in the harshest of environments the TS-Series ensures that screeners and crushers operate at maximum capacity by freeing up excavators and wheel loaders to continuously load rather than creating stockpiles.
Boasting an array of design features, the Track Stacker Series includes a highly efficient hydraulic drive system with variable belt speed, low fuel consumption, adjustable feed height and variable discharge height. Hydraulic main lift and top fold are standard, as is the diesel power unit. Electric and dual power are also available to get the job done, no matter what application. The 22.5 degree maximum conveyor angle allows for the highest stockpiles per conveyor length in the industry.
Whether it is; sand and gravel pits operators, aggregate producers, mulch yards or waste management facilities; the EDGE TS-Series is the perfect stockpiling solution for a vast range of applications and material types.
Width (40”) /(48” OPTION)
Drive Drum (43”) / (51” OPTION)
Tail Drum (43”) / (52” OPTION)
Engine Power 38kW (50hp) @ 2200rpm
Diesel Tank Size (57USG)
Hydraulic Tank Size (87USG)
Fuel Consumption 5.2-6.2ltr/hr.
Track Length (138”)
Track Shoe Width (16”)
Trackive Effort 14300dAN
Gearbox Ratio 134:1
Hydraulic Motor Rexroth 32cc/Rev
Height (7’ 7”)
Maximum Discharge Height (36’2”)
TS8040 Standard Weight (15.1US Tons)
TS8048 Standard Weight (14.3US Tons)
Capacity 600 TPH / 1000 TPH
Travel speed (0.95mph)
Max slope climbing 22 Degrees
1. HEALTH & SAFETY WITH A RADIAL STACKER
Health and safety is one reason to own a radial stacker stockpile conveyor.
When using a radial stacker, a process including moving vehicles is removed. Studies have shown that over 40% of work site accidents occur due to moving vehicles.
There are benefits for the environment with using a stockpile conveyor. On site emissions are reduced as well as there being reduced dust levels. Noise pollution is greatly lowered; a key factor when working in a built up area.
2. WASTEFUL LABOR COSTS
The California state minimum wage will rise to $15 per hour soon. Operators often get paid much more, and so knowing that each worker is bringing added value is critical.
By using a radial stacker conveyor, the labor provided by the operator can be better used elsewhere. All the downsides of human labor are removed in this process and it will now give 100% capacity. Expensive overtime costs are reduced/removed.
A radial stacker can work with no downtime, which leads to the next point.
3. INCREASED PRODUCTION AND REDUCED COST PER TONNE WITH A RADIAL STACKER
As stated above, conveyors have the ability to operate at full work rate every hour of operation. This means time is spent doing what makes money – loading the crusher.
Many crushers have short discharge conveyors, which means smaller stockpiles. In these cases, it is often a full time job just keeping these piles from damaging the crusher conveyor head drum!
With the introduction of a radial stacker, operators can leave crushers and screens running without the need to move material. The introduction of stockpiler conveyors means no double handling of material and therefore cuts the cost per tonne.
The big advantage however for employing a radial stacker stacking conveyor is the production improvement. With crushers and screeners no longer starved, wheel loader operators can focus on loading crushers rather than creating the stockpile.
4. REDUCE LARGE CAPITAL SPEND
Cash flow is a continuing problem for one in five small business owners. Larger businesses are as likely to encounter cash flow problems, if not more so, than the smallest.
On average, wheel loaders demand a high retail price. This is a spend that may hinder a business from financing other needed equipment. Buying a radial stacker can help your business to grow. Stockpile conveyors represent a substantial saving and an alternate to wheel loaders stockpiling material and therefore freeing vital funds to help a business expand.
5. MAINTENANCE AND RUNNING COSTS
Adding radial stacker conveyors to stockpile material minimises operating costs. A site with wheel loaders moving material requires more planning, while also having higher maintenance costs. Fuel expenses are also reduced greatly. Studies have shown that wheel loader maintenance can cost 95% more than conveyors annually.
Along with this, fuel consumption can also be reduced compared to using wheel loaders. The EDGE TS Series consumes on average 5 litres of fuel per hour.
6. QUALITY MATERIAL
The sixth benefit of owning a Stockpile Conveyor is the high quality uniformed aggregate. This is vital in the production of many materials such as concrete and asphalt.
Heavy equipment such as wheel loaders can damage aggregate such as expanding clay, shale or slate through compacting and crushing.
Better material means increased value, and ultimately a more impressive bottom line for your company.