Metso showcased the latest addition to its mobile screens range, the Lokotrack ST4.10. The unit, recently launched in North America, is the largest mobile screen in the Lokotrack range, making it ideal for large-scale aggregates production, the company reported.

The ST4.10 has a 9 m2 screen area. It features an extended feed hopper and adjustable side conveyors, making it compatible with large-scale crushing plants, such as the Lokotrack LT120 or the LT300HP. The unit is equipped with a diverter chute that enables the mixing of products from different decks. It is easy to set up, Metso reported.

The mobile screen is powered by a 106-kW engine. It is also available with an optional Bi-Power feature enabling it to be plugged to an external electric network or into a hybrid Lokotrack crusher equipped with an onboard diesel generator, such as the Lokotrack LT120E.

The ST4.10 can be equipped with
the optional Metso IC process control system, which offers a safe single-button startup and the option to interlock the unit with other equipment. Metso IC can be leveraged by Metso Metrics data visualization service.

The screens were released in Europe in 2019.

Cleveland Brothers purchased the screen due to its closed circuit capabilities with the current LT300HP mobile cone crushing plant, Metso reported. The ST4.10 can communicate with the cone plant via an interlocking cable to ensure maximum production. Cleveland Brothers reported the large screening area was ideal. The ST4.10 can be moved in a single transportation load, it reported.