Portable screener delivers high output with light design

By |  February 17, 2017
Pitbull 2300B portable screener from Lake Erie Portable Screeners

Pitbull 2300B portable screener

Lake Erie Portable Screeners plans to showcase its Pitbull 2300 and Pitbull 2300B portable screeners at its booth (S5193) during ConExpo-Con/Agg 2017 from March 7-11 in Las Vegas.

The company developed its Pitbull 2300B as a smaller alternative to the Pitbull 2300. It features a small frame that offers a simple, light design. It delivers high outputs of various materials, including topsoil, mulch, gravel, stone and asphalt. The machine is ideal for rental centers and small- to mid-sized contractors in landscaping, construction and excavation, the company says.

“We want to make sure our product is attainable to everyone who could benefit from it,” says Stuart Foradora, a factory representative at Lake Erie Portable Screeners. “That’s why we created an entry-level machine for smaller contractors and rental centers. The 2300B has the same screening rate and durability as the 2300 but in a smaller, more economical package.”

The Pitbull 2300B features a 21.5 hp Honda two-cylinder air-cooled gas engine. Similar to the Pitbull 2300 model, it also includes full hydraulic operation, tubular frame construction and a reversible shaker.

The portable screening plant comes with an anti-spill loading apron that accepts up to 3 cu. yd. of material at a time, depending on the feeding rate. With its low dump height of just over 8 ft., operators do not need loading ramps as they can fill the hopper using typical construction equipment such as backhoes or excavators. In addition, the Pitbull 2300B does not come with a conveyor so material deposits onto a large open space below the screener.

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