Terex|Finlay Launches New Models at Customer Open Day
The event and product demonstration were hosted by Martin Marietta at Rio Medina Quarry, just outside San Antonio.
📅 Fri November 11, 2016 - National Edition
Martin Marietta hosted demonstrations
at Rio Medina Quarry, San Antonio, Texas, featuring eight Terex|Finlay machines in three working demonstration zones.
Terex|Finlay, recently hosted an Americas customer open day in San Antonio, Texas. In addition to U.S., South American and Canadian-based visitors, there also was an international flavor with customers and dealers in attendance from Ireland and Russia.
The event and product demonstration were hosted by Martin Marietta at Rio Medina Quarry, just outside San Antonio. Terex|Finlay unveiled three new machines at the event. These were the first production models to reach American shores.
• I-140 impact crusher
• C-1540 cone crusher
• 674 inclined screener
The onsite demonstrations featured eight Terex|Finlay machines in three working demonstration zones and one machine on static display.
The full machine line and demonstrations were structured as follows:
• Demonstration 1 featured the new I-140 impact crusher feeding into the mammoth 893 heavy-duty forward-facing screen.
• Demonstration 2 — the headline act — incorporated the J-1170 jaw crusher, new C-1540 cone crusher and new 674 inclined screen.
• Demonstration 3 featured the mid-sized 873 heavy duty forward facing screen.
“It was a huge pleasure to welcome so many customers to yet another successful Terex|Finlay Americas open day,” said Keith McCann, Americas sales director. “Our new product developments this [calendar] year have been unprecedented. We place a lot of emphasis on listening to what our customers tell us they want and need from their equipment day in day out and judging by the feedback that we have received on the new product launches we are definitely on the right track with our new product development initiatives. To our hosts, Martin Marietta, Medina, thank you so much. Working with you was a pleasure from start to finish, and we feel so honored to have had access to such a great site. Thank you for making our open day, the success of the event was in large part due to you guys and your committed colleagues.”
Additional details on the machines on display:
Terex|Finlay I-140 Impact Crusher
The Terex|Finlay I-140 shapes the future through innovation. According to the company, this new generation impact crusher gives improved material flow and production capabilities in quarrying, mining, demolition and recycling applications. Incorporating the Terex CR032 impact chamber with direct drive and advanced electronic control system the machine provides operators with high material reduction ratios and produces a consistent product shape. The high productivity, ease of maintenance and operation makes the machine an ideal solution for large-scale producers and contact crushing operators.
• The ease of material flow through the machine has greatly improved, according to the company.
• Each component increases in width as the material moves through the machine.
• Fully hydraulic assisted apron setting features makes adjustment of the aprons convenient and efficient.
• Heavy-duty vibrating feeder (VGF) with integral pre-screen removes dirt fines and sizes bypass material for reprocessing.
• Optional under crusher vibratory plate feeder with wear resistant liners aids material discharge flow.
The fuel efficient direct drive Terex|Finlay C-1540 cone crusher is the optimum machine for medium sized producers and contract crushing operators, according to the company. This efficient and productive machine features the Terex 1000 cone crusher that is choke fed with integrated level sensor, automatic tramp relief and hydraulic closed side setting (CSS) adjustment.
The large hopper/feeder has an automated metal detection and a purge system to protect the cone and reduce downtime by removing metal contaminants via the purge chute. According to the company, additional benefits include, rapid set up time, ease of maintenance, high reduction ratio, high output capacity and advanced electronic control system.
• Fuel efficient direct drive transmission via a clutch.
• Hydraulic Tramp Relief System with automatic reset protects the chamber and minimizes downtime.
• Metal detection system on feed belt with “auto-stop” protects the cone from tramp metal and the purge system removes contaminants from the machine.
• Advanced load sensing auxiliary hydraulics maximizes plant efficiency
The Terex|Finlay 674 is a compact, easily transportable machine that offers operators rapid set up and tear down times, according to the company. The screenbox features three decks, giving a large screening area to provide efficient screening even at small fractions and high capacity.
The screenbox features quick wedge tensioning, access holes and bottom deck hydraulic tensioning system to reduce time required for mesh changes. All four discharge conveyors are adjustable and hydraulically fold for transport. The fourth product “oversize plus” conveyor has variable tilt and side slew to discharge material for recirculation and stockpiling.
• Triple deck screen with galvanized all round fixed catwalk access for ease of operation and maintenance.
• The fourth (oversize plus) conveyor provides variable tilt and slew capability to discharge materials for recirculation to crushers or for stockpiling.
• Maximum utilization of the three decks provides screening capabilities even at small aggregate sizes.
• Updated hopper and belt feeder gives improved material flow onto main conveyor.
Heavy Duty Screen
According to the company, the Terex|Finlay 893 is a highly-versatile and aggressive machine engineered and built for working in large-scale quarrying, mining, construction and demolition debris, topsoil, recycling, sand, gravel, coal, ore and aggregate applications.
The plant has the capacity to process at a rate of up to 882 tons (800 t) per hour and can be fed either by a tracked mobile crusher, shovel or an excavator. Depending on the application the working angle of the screenbox can be hydraulically adjusted to between 14 and 18 degrees.
A key feature of the machine is the capability to change the working angle of the hopper/feeder. The working position can be lowered so that it can work with a mobile crusher.
The hopper/feeder working position can be raised to provide a reduced feeder angle when operated in direct mode from an excavator or shovel. The screenbox top deck can be fitted with a variety of screening media including mesh, punch plate, bofar bars and tines.
The bottom deck can be fitted with mesh, punch plate and cascade fingers. This fully self-contained plant can be hydraulically folded and ready for transport in less than 30 minutes, according to the company, making it the ideal machine for large-scale contract screening projects where a highly productive and dependable screen is paramount.
• Versatile screen box can be adapted to suit many applications.
• Modular configuration screen box with 20 ft. (6.1 m) by 6 ft. (1.83 m) top deck and 18 ft. (5.5 m) by 6 ft. bottom deck screen.
• Screen box angle can be hydraulically adjusted to an angle between 14 and 18 degrees.
• Screen box discharge end can be hydraulically raised 24 in. (61 cm) to facilitate media access and changing.
• All stockpiling conveyors are hydraulic angle adjustable with hydraulic extending head sections for maximum discharge and stockpile height.
• Apron feeder angle adjustable, lower position to accommodate crusher feed, high position provides reduced feeder incline angle when operated in direct feed mode from excavator/loader
Heavy Duty Screen
The Terex|Finlay 873 is suited to working in aggregates, sand and gravel, top soil, construction demolition and recycling applications. This machine can be fed either by a tracked mobile crusher, shovel or an excavator and has the capacity to process at a rate of up to 496 tons (450 t) per hour. This machine is now available with dual power technology option. On-board electrical motors allow flexibility to run from an outside power supply or standard onboard engine.
• Screen box angle can be hydraulically adjusted to an angle between 13 and 19 degrees.
• Screen box discharge end raises hydraulically 20 in. (50 cm) to facilitate mesh changing.
• Screen box can accept punch plate, cascade fingers, bofar bars and speedharps.
• Galvanized access catwalk on both side of screen.
• Oversize conveyor angle can be adjusted from 18 to 24 degrees.
• 4 ft. (1.2 m) wide belt feeder complete with 9 cu. yd. (7 cu m) manual folding hopper.
The Terex|Finlay C-1545P incorporates the Terex 1150 cone crusher driven through by direct clutch drive with variable speed, automatic tramp relief and hydraulic closed side setting (CSS) adjustment.
The machine features an on-board forward facing prescreen module with a 7 ft. (2.1 m) by 5 ft. (1.52 m) single deck screen for removal or bypass of fines from the feed material. The fines material can be discharged from the machine using the optional on-board by-pass conveyor or reintroduced onto the main product conveyor.
According to the company, both methods improve the overall plant capacity, product flexibility and liner wear reduction. In applications where pre-screening of the feed material is not required the module can be hydraulically repositioned beneath the hopper/feeder. This provides a more compact working envelope as the feeder/hopper can be hydraulically adjusted to feed directly into the cone chamber.
• Terex TC1150 cone crusher provides high reduction and productivity ratios and gives excellent product cubicity, according to the company.
• The forward facing pre-screen module maximizes production and reduces wear on the chamber by removing fine materials before it enters the cone.
• The large hopper/feeder on the plant has an automated metal detection system to protect the cone and reduce downtime.
• The pre-screen module can be used to produce a road-base product from the on-board side conveyor.
For more information, visit www.terexfinlay.com.