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Terex Finlay Launching 684 Tracked Mobile Inclined Screen

The Terex Finlay 684 is a compact easily transportable machine that offers operators rapid set up and tear down times.

Thu December 12, 2013 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The Terex Finlay 684 is a highly versatile and adaptable machine engineered and built for working in quarrying, mining, construction and demolition debris, topsoil, recycling, sand, gravel, coal and aggregate applications, according to the manufacturer.

The Terex Finlay 684 is a compact easily transportable machine that offers operators rapid set up and tear down times. The new screenbox on the Finlay 684 features three full size 14 by 5 ft. 7 in. (4.3 by 1.7 m) inclined decks giving a large screening area of 236 sq. ft. (21.9 sq m) to provide efficient screening 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 hydraulically fold for transport providing the operator with rapid set up and tear down times. The fourth product “oversize plus” conveyor can work at varying angles to accurately discharge material for recirculation and stockpiling

A high performance 42 in. (105 cm) belt feeder, with hydraulic gearbox drive, is fitted to the machine as standard and has proven performance and versatility in demanding and varied working environments. The hopper has a 10.50 cu. yds. (8 cu m) capacity as standard and can be fitted with a 14 ft. (4.2 m) tipping grid or 12 ft. (3.6 m) vibrating grid.

A Caterpillar C4 111 hp (82 kW) air cooled engine is used to power the machine. The heavy duty crawler tracks, and optional radio remote control unit, make on site mobility very easy.

This fully self-contained plant can be hydraulically folded and ready for transport in less than 30 minutes making it the ideal machine for contract screening.




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