The Terex Finlay 883 Spaleck screener has been included on the shortlist for the ‘Manufacturers’ Innovation Award’ at the World Demolition Awards organized by KHL’s Demolition and Recycling International magazine.
“Reaching the final shortlist for this award is testament to the hard work, dedication and foresight of our product development and engineering teams. They identified customers’ needs, formulated the concept and built an outstanding machine for the global market place that can be used in a diverse range of applications” remarked Nigel Irvine, sales and marketing director, Terex Finlay based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
The winner of the award will be announced at the World Demolition Awards 2013, being hosted in Amsterdam Oct. 31.
The Terex Finlay 883 Spaleck is described by the company as the ultimate in mobile screening and separation technology. This new product offering is the result of a joint partnership between Terex Finlay, pioneers in mobile tracked processing equipment and Spaleck, a market leaders in static recycling screening technology.
At the heart of the mobile plant is the two deck German designed and constructed high performance screenbox. The unique stepped top deck design combined with state of the art flip flow technology on the bottom deck catapults the 883 Spaleck into a class of its own. Its processing capabilities and application flexibility make the machine the only all in one mobile solution for processing difficult waste, recycling, slag, C&D, shredded metal, wood, compost, mulch, ores, coal and soil.
Even large-grained material can be screened on a screening machine with a Flip-Flow screen deck. The screening deck with 3D screen segments, which is positioned above the Flip-Flow screen deck to form a cascade, protects and reduces the stress on the Flip-Flow screen mats. Their service life is increased and optimal screening results are guaranteed.
The 3D screen segments with maximum open screen area can be changed quickly and simply thanks to the modular construction. The screen mats of the 3D Flip-Flow screen are fastened without screws and have no edges that could cause difficulties. This means that the screen mats can be changed quickly and there is an optimal product flow on the screen mats.
Key features include:
- Virtually blockage-free screening in the upper and lower deck in light of 3D and Flip-Flow technology;
- 3D screening segments provide accurate screening with no long pieces passing into the middlegrade material;
- A Flip-Flow screen with screwless mounted screen mats avoids unnecessary cleaning and reduces maintenance times; and
- Screenbox discharge end can be hydraulically raised 500mm to facilitate efficient and easy media access and changing.
Terex Finlay is based in Northern Ireland.