Terex Corporation has announced details of a major strategic initiative to create one of the world’s largest suppliers of mobile crushing and screening equipment solutions by uniting its Terex Pegson and Powerscreen products and services under one powerful name — Powerscreen.
More than 250 dealers and customers of Terex Pegson and Powerscreen, manufacturers of mobile crushing and screening plant and equipment for the mining, quarrying and recycling industries, attended the Americas Open Day, held in San Diego, Calif., Feb.
The 1100 by 650 track XR400 is Terex Pegson’s “new generation” hydraulic-release jaw plant, featuring the “M” Series single toggle design. It provides hydraulic overload protection, high throughput, increased reduction capability and greater protection against damage from tramp iron and rebar in the feed, according to the manufacturer.
The closed-circuit Pegson 4242 SR horizontal impact crusher plant includes a screen and stockpiling conveyor with magnetic separator on one self-contained chassis. The unit is suitable for primary or secondary applications with concrete and asphalt rubble, demolition debris and aggregates — especially limestone with low to normal silica content.
The Terex Pegson XV350 vertical shaft impact crusher features the Terex Canica 2050 GD VSI crusher on the company’s I-Beam chassis with heavy-duty crawler undercarriage. The plant produces a product shape that is ideal for the manufacture of sand, according to the manufacturer.
Terex Pegson and Powerscreen recently has named Aggcorp their dealer serving the Ohio market. Sean McIvor heads Aggcorp as president and owner. McIvor said that the formation of the company was encouraged and fully supported by Terex Pegson and Powerscreen to specifically address opportunities within the Ohio market.
Terex Pegson cone crushers feature the “all-in-feed” Automax design, which gives better throughput, shape and reduction for secondary, tertiary and quaternary use. Further, the overall plant cost is reduced and the plant is much less complicated, since in most cases there is no need for pre-screening between a primary jaw crusher and the Automax, according to the manufacturer.
The Terex Pegson 428 Trakpactor is a track-mounted, fixed-hammer horizontal impact crusher with a 42- by 28-in. (107 by 71 cm) feed opening. The plant is designed for crushing aggregates and concrete/asphalt rubble. Two full-size and two half-size standard manganese blow bars are fitted as standard.
The 1100 by 650 Terex Pegson XA400 tracked crushing plant features the M Series single toggle jaw with a hydraulic adjust system to allow the user to quickly change the machine setting with no drawback rod adjustment. The machine features low fuel consumption due to the highly efficient HFO direct drive system and handles large feed due to an aggressive, high swing jaw.
The Terex Pegson 1412 Trakpactor plant features a horizontal primary impact crusher with hydraulic controls for more uniform products, plus the latest PLC CAN BUS control system to automatically regulate the feed to the crusher, based on engine load. The plant is suitable for crushing concrete and asphalt rubble, brick and medium to hard limestone.
The Terex Pegson 1000 SR Maxtrak features the Automax “all-in feed” cone crusher with two-deck 5- by 11-ft. (1.5 by 3.3 m) product-sizing screen; input conveyor/hopper; product conveyors and oversize return conveyor on a single chassis. The unit can simultaneously produce two products plus oversize re-circulation, or three products using an optional third stockpiling conveyor.