Article published by Waste Management Review

The PRONAR MPB 20.72 is a mobile trommel screen used to effectively separate a range of materials into different sizes.

Thanks to a solid design and simple operation principles, the MPB 20.72 is perfectly suited for work with soil, compost, municipal waste, coal, aggregate and biomass.

Available in Australia through equipment specialists Lincom Group, the sorting trommel can be tailored according to customer specifications, including round or square holes and different plate thickness.

Wide-opening doors provide quick and easy access to the engine on a rotating frame, ensuring good access to the drive unit, feeding the hopper and hydraulics.

The MPB 20.72 features a tele-radio remote control system and a Cleanfix Automatic Cleaning System, which is designed to keep radiators and coolers cleaner for a longer period. The system consists of a fan with adjustable blades and an electrically driven air compressor.

Safety guarding and emergency stop lanyards are also fitted to the discharge system, ensuring maximum operator protection.

Back up by the reputation of Lincom Group and its national after sales support, parts, and service coverage, the MPB 20.72 is an energy efficient and low maintenance trommel for a wide range of waste screening needs.