Finlay hybrid jaw crusher rolls off production line at Omagh manufacturing facility
The first Finlay production build of the new hybrid J-1280 jaw crusher has rolled off the Omagh production line, with further orders ready globally.
Finlay expects the hybrid jaw crusher to be a big hit with companies that are looking to make a positive contribution to the environment. The machine gives flexibility to power the plant either by an on-board genset powerpack configuration or connected to an external power source.
The jaw crusher's electrically driven power systems allow for cost savings. The machine is ideal for job sites where emissions and noise levels, such as inner-city areas and working inside buildings, are issues.
The machine is also fitted with a high-powered alternator that generates sufficient energy that can be used to power downstream screening plants or stockpile conveyors further improving overall fuel consumption and efficiencies of production trains.
"We are delighted that the J-1280 hybrid jaw crusher has now entered full production," says Neil McIlwaine, business development and marketing director. "This is an important machine for our business, and we are delighted that its new owner Mr. Vladimír Dostál, and our dealer, Mr. Tomáš Novák travelled from the Czech Republic to see the machine in the final stages of production build. The machine dispatches the factory in the coming days and will be commissioned on Mr. Dostál site in the Czech Republic by our factory service personnel."