Mobile stacking conveyors are the perfect solution for stacking and storage optimization of bulky materials, breakstone, compost, or other materials in need of transport. These units easily integrate with crushers and trommels, increasing their efficiency. Bandit has partnered with Pronar to give customers exclusive access and unbeatable support for these accommodating machines.
The PS-60 can stack material as high as 28 feet, and features a throughput of up to 400 tons per hour. This lets operators build incredible piles of material, without needing an additional operator or loader. The tracked chassis means the machine can move around a jobsite. And the compact size of this machine makes it road legal, so operators can haul it anywhere without a special permit.
With this compact and efficient unit, the stacking height capability is extended up to 37 feet. High-strength steel ensures rigidity of the invidual segments of the conveyor, which can move up to 400 tons per hour depending upon material. An additional operator or loader will not be required as the tracked chassis means the machine can be positioned anywhere on the jobsite. The size of this machine is still within the legal limits for hauling without a permit.
Like any Pronar stacking conveyor, offered by Bandit, the PS-60X is the perfect way for stacking and storage optimization of bulky materials, stone or compost. With a stacking height of 28 feet, it features a throughput of up to 500 tons per hour. This lets operators build incredible piles of material without an additional operator or loader. This unit offers the flexibility and power needed for high production, while keeping its compact size.
The largest and most productive stacking conveyor offered by Pronar, the PS-80X stacks material at an enormous height of 37 feet and is capable of pushing up to 600 tons per hour without the need for an additional operator or loader. Mobility and positioning around the jobsite is easily achieved with the tracked chassis. The PS-80X easily integrates with crushers, trommels, and other equipment to increase their efficiency.