Ståhl-Fredh purchases Sandvik QE241 scalperPublished 9/12, 2016 at 15:41
The Swedish steel company Ståhl-Fredh has purchased a Sandvik QE241 scalping screen following a visit to this year’s Maskinexpo exhibition held in Sweden.
The company already operates an extensive plant fleet, but this is the first screener they have purchased and the first QE241 Scalping screen in Sweden. “We have dreamed of owning a screening plant for many years,” said joint owner Gösta Ståhl-Fredh.
The scalper is used to separate the processed material into three different stockpiles. The QE241 comes fitted with a screenbox jack up facility and modular deck frames, which enables easy access for maintenance and quick changeover of screen media. Another feature that has impressed Ståhl-Fredh is that one conveyor can be moved from one side to the other so that both conveyors are positioned on the same side. This has proved to be of real benefit in tight, confined spaces.