Fintec Screening Plants Offer Easy Set-up, Mobility

Wed April 18, 2007 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Fintec Crushing and Screening Ltd., based in Northern Ireland and now an integral part of the Sandvik Group, provides quarry-grade mobile screening plants for construction, demolition, recycling and quarrying applications.

These fully transportable Fintec screening plants are known for their quick setup, ease of operation and competitive pricing, according to the manufacturer.

The track-mounted, Cat diesel-powered, water-cooled Fintec 542 screen and Fintec 570 screen are designed to provide durable, high-production capabilities in screening applications that include construction and demolition waste, quarrying, asphalt, coal and top soil.

The track-mounted, Cat diesel-powered, water-cooled Fintec 640 screen is used for screening, recycling, construction and demolition waste, as well as primary and secondary quarry material.

The Fintec 542 features a high-capacity 12- by 5-ft. (3.6 by 1.5 m) screenbox with two decks, while the Fintec 570 features a high capacity18- by 5-ft. (5.5 by 1.5 m) screenbox. Both screens have an additional five-degree screening angle built in the bottom deck, which helps provide up to 20 percent more screening area than most other, comparable units. They also have a larger eccentric throw than most competitors, according to the manufacturer.

The Fintec 640 features a two bearing 12- by -5-ft. (3.6 by 1.5 m) heavy-duty screening box with two decks; fixed access walkway around the screenbox; and hydraulic jacking system for bottom deck serviceability.

For more information, call 404/589-3800 or visit

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