Terex Finlay hosts international open day in Scotland

Terex Finlay hosts international open day in Scotland

The event at Alex Brewster & Sons in Edinburgh unveiled three new crusher models and showcased a new screener.

July 12, 2017
CDR Staff
Crushing & Screening Equipment Equipment & Products Mixed C&D
Terex Finlay, County Tyrone, Ireland, hosted an international open day in Edinburgh, Scotland, on June 15 and 16. Attendees at the event included dealers and end-user customers from North and South America, Europe, Russia, Japan and South Africa. In total, more than 350 dealers and customers visited the site over the two days. 

The event and product demonstration were hosted by Alex Brewster & Sons, Craigpark Quarry, Edinburgh. At the event Terex Finlay unveiled three new models: the J-1160 and J-1170 direct drive jaw crushers and I-120RS impact crusher. In addition of the prototype model 684 3-deck inclined screener that will be launched in Q4 2017 was also showcased.

The on-site demonstrations featured nine machines in five working demonstration zones as well as nine machines on static display.

The full machine line and demonstrations included:

Demonstration area 1 featuring the J-1160 jaw crusher, C-1540 cone crusher and NEW 684 3-deck prototype working in a train;

Demonstration area 2 featuring the J-1170 direct drive jaw crusher working alongside the recently launched TC-80 tracked conveyor;

Demonstration area 3 featuring the Terex Finlay 883+ Spaleck recycling screen working in a contaminated and sticky soil application;

Demonstration area 4 featuring the recently launched I-140 impact crusher working in a construction and demolition (C&D) recycling application; and

Demonstration area 5 featuring the I-120RS impact crusher with recently launched 674 inclined screen working in a C&D recycling application.

In addition to the working machine displays the following machines were also on static display: 863 and 883+ heavy duty scalpers; 595 heavy duty grid; 693+ inclined screen; J-960 jaw crusher; J-1170 jaw crusher; and C-1545 cone crusher.

The J-1170 direct drive jaw crusher features optional hydraulic release for demolition and recycling applications; compact dimensions and quick set-up; direct drive jaw chamber fitted with an unblock feature; and a hydraulically assisted closed side setting adjustment.

The J-1160 jaw crusher is designed with a Bosch Rexroth hydrostatic system for variable speed and functionality and to crush in reverse in certain applications such as recycling ‘black top’ and C&D waste. It also weighs 80,000 pounds, which the company says requires either no or a lower class of permit in certain countries and features a fully hydraulic adjustable closed side setting.

The I-120RS impact crusher features a fully hydraulic apron setting assist; heavy duty vibrating feeder (VGF) with integrated prescreen designed to remove dirt fines and sizes bypass material for reprocessing; a detachable recirculating system including a 12-foot by 5-foot two deck screen; and a recirculating conveyor designed to be rotated from closed loop configuration or used for stockpiling.

The second generation Terex Finlay 684 screener features a triple deck 14 foot- by 5-foot 7-inch screen with full catwalk access; a fourth conveyor designed to provide variable tilt and slide slew capability to accurately discharge materials for recirculation to crushers or for stockpiling; and a combination of quick wedge tensioning, access holes and hydraulic tensioning on the bottom deck.