Terex Finlay I-1312 Impact Crusher Boasts Rapid Setup

Mon December 03, 2007 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The Terex Finlay I-1312 impact crusher plant features high throughput and large reduction ratio, plus rapid setup. The multiple-speed impactor is designed for primary and secondary crushing of concrete/asphalt rubble and limestone.

The I-1312 uses a high performance Cedarapids 5048LP impact crusher with a large discharge opening and standard 3-bar or optional 4-bar configuration. Other standard features include hydrostatic drive and advanced electronic control system, hydraulically assisted apron setting, grizzly feeder with integral pre-screen, selectable discharge to bypass or main conveyor, and dust suppression on main conveyor.

The hopper capacity is 11.7 cu. yd. (8.95 cu m) and has hydraulically folding sides, 0.625-in. (1.59 cm) hardox side walls, tapered grizzly apertures, integral 5- by 4-ft. (1.5 by 1.2 m) screen, heavy-duty counter rotating shafts and oiled bearings.

The advanced CANBUS compliant control system features a large display screen.

Five simple operating modes (track, manual, automatic, configuration and language) use the menu-driven graphic user interface and a detachable doglead control is used for tracking or optional full-function radio remote.

Other options include bypass conveyor, overband magnet, belt weigher, extra dust cover for discharge conveyor, hydraulic water pump, re-circulation conveyor, tracked or wheeled undercarriage, Cat C13 (Tier III) engine.

Maintenance/access platforms are provided for all key areas around the impactor chamber, drive system and power unit. The main conveyor can be lowered hydraulically for maintenance.

For more information, call 502/736-5260 or visit www.finlayhydrascreens.com.




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