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Terex Finlay to display three machines from its crushing, screening and conveying range at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020

The company will show the I-120RS impact crusher, the 883+ heavy-duty screener and the TF-75L low-level feeder

The I-120RS impact crusher
The I-120RS impact crusher

Terex Finlay will display three machines from their crushing, screening and conveying range at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020

The three machines on display at the show will be the I-120RS impact crusher, the 883+ heavy-duty screener and the TF-75L low level feeder. Visitors will also be able to get demonstrations of Terex Finlay's latest virtual reality technology at their booth.

The I-120RS impact crusher

The Terex Finlay I-120RS is an impact crusher that provides improved material flow and production capabilities in quarrying, mining, demolition and recycling applications. Incorporating the Terex CR038 impact chamber with direct drive and an advanced electronic control system, the machine provides operators with high material reduction ratios and produces a consistent product shape.

A key component of the machine is the on-board innovative quick detach 3.66- x 1.53-m (12- x 5-foot) two-deck screen.  For applications not requiring re-circulation of materials for further processing or stockpiling, the complete screening and recirculating system can be quickly detached from the machine. The high productivity, ease of maintenance and operation makes the machine an ideal solution for large scale producers and contract crushing operators.

The 883+ triple shaft screener

The Terex Finlay 883+ mobile heavy-duty screener features a triple shaft screenbox that is ideal for working in dry and sticky applications including quarry, mining, sand, gravel, construction and demolition debris and recycling applications. The triple-shaft design of this new screenbox employs an oval motion stroke to generate an aggressive screening action, reducing plugging and blinding over the screen decks to ultimately provide a quality product with high tonnage output.    

The TF-75L low-level feeder

The Terex Finlay TF-75L low-level feeder has been designed to maximize productivity, enhance efficiency and reduce on site operational costs in a wide range of applications and feed material types. The large 7-cubic-metre (9.2-cubic-yard) hopper with a feed-in height of 1,900 mm and width of 3,500 mm enables low-level feeding directly from excavators, grab cranes, and wheel loaders. For onsite safety and quick set, the hopper is fitted as standard with hydraulically folding sides.

Depending on the application, there are a number of grid and hopper extension options. For particularly abrasive materials, a steel apron feeder option is also available. Tracked mobility and the ability to feed material from all three sides enable the TF-75L to be easily incorporated into open and closed-circuit static and mobile crushing and screening circuits.

Company info

Drumquin Road
Co. Tyrone
Omagh,
IE, BT78 5PN

Website:
terexfinlay.com

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March 10–14, 2020
Las Vegas, NV
US,

Website:
conexpoconagg.com

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