EZ-Screen Portable Topsoil Screeners
MADE IN THE USA. MADE TO DELIVER.
The mission of Argus Industrial Co. is to produce the finest line-up of efficient, portable screeners – workhorse machines that out-engineer, out-perform, out-feature, out-last, and are out-and-out better values for the money than anything out in the market.
From topsoil screens for smaller jobs to larger screeners that will handle topsoil, rock, mulch, sand, compost, loam or just about anything else that can be separated by size, EZ Screen has the machine for you. EZ Screen portable screening plants also make recycling materials efficient and affordable.
All of our Screening Plants feature the EZ Kinetic Drive System. More horsepower isn’t always the answer. Not when more brains can do the job better.
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If you’re looking for a low investment but a fast payback in a 5’ x 4’ single-deck screener, we’ve got your number. 550. As in our EZ-Screen 550. Screening topsoil, it’s one mean machine that can be driven hard day in and day out without complaints. Read more
With its larger,heavy duty single-deck screen, the EZ-Screen 700 is ideally suited to work with loaders with buckets ranging up to 1 ¾ yards. While the 700 is big enough for most screening jobs, it’s still light on its feet for site-to-site mobility. Read more
Topsoil, gravel, aggregate, wood chips, street sweepings — bring them on! The 1000XL is an everything-in-one portable screening plant, designed to handle whatever kind of screening work that needs to be done. The 1000XL’s design, craftsmanship … Read more
It’s simple math: whether working with topsoil, compost, or gravel, ordinary box screeners can’t work as hard as the EZ-Screen 1200XL. Unless they’re teamed up with two loaders. The reason is the 1200XL’s built-in conveyor system. With a typical box screener … Read more
If your operation screens lighter, wetter materials – mulch, topsoil and compost – a trommel screener is the way to go. The constant tumbling action stirs up material over and over, fluffing it, adding air to lighten it, and keeping it contact with the rotating mesh longer. Read more