Maintain control of your productivity, regardless of the weather or the state of your source material. The Backers two-fraction star screen delivers exceptional performance in most any condition. Easily break up clays. Separate wet topsoil or compost. Continue screening during the rainy season. Even add an optional Grizzly to scalp off extra large course material before entering the screen.


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FEATURES AND BENEFITS


Cleaning System

For the most challenging screening, the intelligent, automatic cleaning system engages only when needed.

CAN bus Control System

Complete monitoring and programming of all working functions are accessible through the CAN bus system.

Cleanfix Fan

An optional Cleanfix fan assures continuous cooling of the hydraulic system.

Intelligent Hydraulic System

A fully integrated, intelligent hydraulic system ensures maximum power transfer, maximum fuel economy, and ease of maintenance.

Rear Engine

The rear located engine compartment has short hydraulic routes and lines for optimal operating temperatures.

SPECIFICATIONS


 Backers 2 MA
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Screen Fractions 2
Throughput up to 200 cubic yards per hour
Weight 39,700 lbs
Configuration 5th Wheel with Kingpin
*Engine Perkins 1106D
Power 174 Horsepower
Output 130kW
*Options Available in electric, diesel / electric, or electric / hydraulic
Additional Deck Zoning, Extended Overs conveyor, Wind sifting (plastic removal), Compressor, Hopper Extensions, Grizzly, Fire Extinguisher, Central Lubrication, Auger, Belt Pulley Magnets, Automatic Cleaning System, Reversing Fans, etc

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TESTIMONIALS


"The engineering of [Backers] convinced me that it was what we need. We color our mulch black, brown, and red. When you do this, it’s important to have as few fines in the mulch as possible. We either screen the fines back into the mulch or use it for our compost or soil product. With less fines in the stringy...


Max P., Operations Manager

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"The engineering of [Backers] convinced me that it was what we need. We color our mulch black, brown, and red. When you do this, it’s important to have as few fines in the mulch as possible. We either screen the fines back into the mulch or use it for our compost or soil product. With less fines in the stringy mulch product that goes through the dying process, less dye and water is expended."

Max P., Operations Manager

EDITORIALS


Increasing Production While Cutting Costs

The busy season in mulch production is when efficient companies thrive while many others run out of finished product to meet demand. High-quality mulch is usually bought up pretty fast and the… Read More

CPRC Started on the Road to Recycling: Literally

After more than 20 years working for “big waste,” Jim Hiltner had mastered the ability to recover value from disposed material. And after 20 years of doing that for someone else, he… Read More

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