Terex Washing Systems (TWS) will present live washing demos of their game-changing AggWash 60 during bauma 2019. This showcase, in conjunction with their German distributors Kolsch and Christophel, is being hosted at Mittermeier (Kolsch customer site), located next to Hall FN 1024 / 1, April 8-14, 2019.
Terex Washing Systems (TWS) has announced further investment in their North American sales and operational teams that will enable customers to engage directly with TWS experts to discuss their requirements and collaborate in the development of innovative customer-specific solutions.
The spotlight was firmly on Terex Washing Systems (TWS) at the recent Hillhead Show, Buxton, UK, with two new products on display - the impressive AggWash 300, a screening, scrubbing, sizing and sand recovery for recyclable aggregates, all on one modular chassis, and Terex AquaClear, the first water management treatment system from Terex.
Terex Washing Systems (TWS) will unveil their latest modular concept at Hillhead 2018. The company says that it is set to be an innovative game-changer for C&D recycling. Pit and quarry operators can look forward to more intelligent ways to wash sand, gravel, aggregates and C&D waste thanks to this new high-performance solution that brings together rinsing, screening, scrubbing and sand washing capabilities on a single plant.
Terex Washing Systems (TWS) has staged the global launch of Terex AquaClear Water Management Solutions at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2017. Oliver Donnelly, TWS business line director, has highlighted the benefits of the new Water Management Solutions commenting “A lot of our customers have a need for water management, which is a growing sector given the way environmental legislation is evolving in certain regions. TWS are delighted to be able to offer an end-to-end solution for washing and water management from a single supplier. We are launching a full range of water management products to include clarifying tanks, flocculent dosing systems, filter presses and all associated equipment to provide a one-stop solution.”
Terex Washing Systems (TWS) will launch two new products in North America at MINExpo in Las Vegas, 26 – 28 September 2016. The latest two additions to the TWS portfolio are the AggreScalp and the FM UltraFines.
The spotlight was firmly on Terex Washing Systems (TWS) at the recent Hillhead Show, Buxton, UK, as TWS made a show stopping showcase at the world’s largest working quarry show. The 2016 Hillhead exhibition proved to be a major success for TWS due to the tremendous interest in its products. The show provided the stage for the world premiere of the Terex AggreScalp scalping unit, the Finesmaster UltraFines recovery system alongside the Terex AggreSand 206 washing system.
‘4Site’ is a new project management service introduced by Terex Washing Systems (TWS) to specifically aid customers and distributors with the installation of TWS equipment, providing three tailored packages to choose from, Silver, Gold or Platinum. 4Site comprehensive management service provides enhanced reliable and efficient levels of support every step of the TWS installation. Each of the project management packages include four key steps and are supported by TWS at an international level through regional partners from its headquarters in Northern Ireland.
Terex Washing Systems (TWS) has launched the Terex AggreStac Conveyor Range as part of the TWS Global Distributor Event at the prestigious Carton House Hotel in Maynooth, Ireland. This announcement was one of several new product and project services that distributors learned about during the three day event.
The world’s first seamless integration of the Terex Washing Systems (TWS) AggreSand 206 modular wash plant and the AggreScrub 150 is processing in excess of 350 tph, producing three aggregates and two sands, at a quarry in the U.K., owned by Lafarge Tarmac at the time. (Editor’s note: Lafarge Tarmac was purchased by Dublin-based CRH plc, effective August 1, 2015 and is now called Tarmac a CRH company. The use of the name Lafarge Tarmac refers to the company name at the time the story covers.)