Thu December 02, 2021
Lake Erie Portable Screeners, manufacturer of Pitbull portable material processing equipment, announced the debut of its new Pitbull PB127 static grizzly. The designation references the 12-ft. wide by 7-ft. deep by 7-ft. 10-in. high overall dimensions of the new grizzly.
The main frame is constructed of rugged fully welded 3-in. square structural tube steel with a 3/8-in. wall thickness. The new PB127 bridges the gap between the company's smaller PB86, PB106 static grizzlies and its largest static grizzly, the PB148, for a total of four grizzly size options.
The PB127 Static Grizzly is designed to provide years of service handling the toughest material — from rocks to demolition rubble. Applications include work on construction and demolition sites, as well as landscape and municipal work.
The PB127 Static Grizzly features easily-adjustable, bolt-on culling bars that are factory set standard at 4-in. minus spacing, which may be changed to accommodate different material sizes. Additional bars may be added to provide a minimum of approximately 1-in. spacing, or bars may be removed to facilitate screening of larger materials.
The PB127 comes with heavy duty "D" rings for safe and efficient loading and unloading. Purpose designed with a lower profile than its PB148 sibling, the PB127's size makes it transportable on a standard flatbed truck. The operating weight of the standard grizzly is 4,905 lbs. and is compatible with any material handler capable of minimum 7-ft. 10-in. dump height.
Engineered and manufactured at the company's headquarters in Lake City, Pa., the PB127 adds to the company's lineup of heavy-duty grizzlies, portable screeners, conveyors and feeders. The new PB127 is scheduled to be available for delivery this winter.
For more information, visit pitbullscreeners.com. CEG