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Finlay radial conveyor utilizes automated stockpiling program

A conveyor transfers material from a crusher to a stockpile
A Finlay TR-80 radial conveyor Finlay

Finlay has launched the new TR-80 radial conveyor. The machine, which has been engineered with the customer in mind, can be easily integrated into static operations or as part of a mobile crushing and screening setup in applications, from heavy-duty primary crushing to light-duty applications.

Finlay says that a key feature of the TR-80 radial conveyor is the automated stockpile program that allows operators to stockpile materials in set patterns to suit their operations and site configuration. Adding to its adaptability, the radial functionality allows for flexible stockpile configurations, catering to various material types and site layouts.

When operated in conical mode, the TR-80 has a maximum discharge height of 10.18 metres (33 feet, 5 inches) and can stockpile 1,811 cubic metres (2,369 cubic yards) of material. When configured to operate at 120 degrees Kidney Bean mode, the machine will stockpile 7,566 cubic metres (9,897 cubic yards) of material.

Safety measures included in the machine include hydraulic feed height adjustment of the feedboot and pinless deployment of the main conveyor to assist in creating a safer working environment and enable quick on-site setup and tear down.

"The launch of our new TR-80 radial conveyor demonstrates our commitment to delivering solutions that our customers can rely upon," said Alan Witherow, product and applications manager at Finlay. "The TR-80 reduces segregation, degradation, compaction, and contamination of material in the stockpile. Furthermore, by enhancing site efficiency and streamlining material handling processes, the TR-80 demonstrates Finlay's commitment to delivering high-performance solutions that enable cost-savings across our customer operations while providing a consistent quality product."

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Drumquin Road
Co. Tyrone
IE, BT78 5PN


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