Terex|Finlay 'Rocks' Edinburgh, Scotland, With Model Launches
Mon July 17, 2017 - National Edition Construction Equipment Guide
The event and product demonstration were hosted by Alex Brewster & Sons, Craigpark Quarry, Edinburgh. At the event Terex|Finlay unveiled three brand new models — the J-1160 and J-1170 (direct drive) jaw crushers and the I-120RS impact crusher.
Terex|Finlay, hosted an international open day in Edinburgh, Scotland, on June 15 and 16. The event had a very international feel with dealers and end-user customers in attendance from North and South America, Europe, Russia, Japan and South Africa.
In total more than 350 dealers and customers visited the site over the two days.
The event and product demonstration were hosted by Alex Brewster & Sons, Craigpark Quarry, Edinburgh. At the event Terex|Finlay unveiled three brand new models —the J-1160 and J-1170 (direct drive) jaw crushers and the I-120RS impact crusher.
In addition of the prototype model 684 3-deck inclined screener that will be launched in Q4, 2017, also was showcased.
The onsite demonstrations featured nine Terex|Finlay machines in five working demonstration zones as well as nine machines on static display.
The full machine line and demonstrations were structured as follows:
Demonstration area 1 — The headline act featured the J-1160 jaw crusher, C-1540 cone crusher and NEW 684 3-deck prototype working in a train.
Demonstration area 2 — featured the J-1170 (direct drive) jaw crusher working alongside the recently launched TC-80 tracked conveyor.
Demonstration area 3 — featured the Terex|Finlay 883+ Spaleck recycling screen working in a contaminated and sticky soil application.
Demonstration area 4 — featured the Terex|Finlay I-140 impact crusher working in a C&D recycling application.
Demonstration area 5 — featured the I-120RS impact crusher with recently launched 674 inclined screen working in a C&D recycling application.
In addition to the working machine displays the following machines also were on static display: 863 & 883+ heavy duty scalpers, 595 heavy duty grid, 693+ inclined screen, J-960 jaw crusher, J-1170 jaw crusher and C-1545 cone crusher.
Nigel Irvine, sales director, said, “It was a huge pleasure to welcome so many international dealers and end-user customers to yet another successful Terex|Finlay open day. Innovation is at the heart of Terex|Finlay mission and vision. We've had yet another busy year of new product developments and its gratifying to receive such positive feedback on our efforts.
“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, Alex and Scott Brewster, We owe you a huge debt of gratitude! 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 days, the success of the event was in large part due to you guys and your committed colleagues.”
Terex|Finlay J-1170 (Direct Drive) Jaw Crusher
The Terex Finlay J-1170DD builds on the legacy created by the original J-1170 jaw crusher. The direct drive arrangement between the power unit and chamber enables operators to maximize fuel economy, according to the manufacturer. To further reduce fuel consumption Terex|Finlay has installed an efficient load sensing Danfoss PVG hydraulic system. This ensures only the oil that is required is utilized.
• Robust Terex 43 by 27.5 in. (110 by 70 cm) jaw crusher for high capacity and large reduction ratios in quarrying, mining, demolition and recycling applications.
• Optional hydraulic release for demolition and recycling applications.
• Compact dimensions and quick set-up make the J-1170 the optimum solution for contract crushing as well as demanding in pit applications.
• Direct drive jaw chamber fitted with an unblock feature that maximizes uptime.
• Hydraulically assisted closed side setting adjustment minimizes downtime and offers quick adjustment.
Terex|Finlay J-1160 Jaw Crusher
The Terex|Finlay J-1160 jaw crusher builds upon the success of its predecessor. Terex|Finlay has integrated the Terex 40 by 24 in. (100 by 60 cm) jaw chamber onto the plant. The chamber is driven by a Bosch Rexroth hydrostatic system for variable speed and functionality of being able to crush in reverse in certain applications such as recycling black top and C&D waste.
• New model is more recycle application friendly with increasing clearances under the crusher and improved main conveyor design to reduce snagging of rebar.
• Machine transport is improved upon. The machine weight is sub 80,000 lbs. (36,000 kgs), which requires either no or a lower class of permit in certain countries.
• High powered hydrostatic drive ensures precise chamber controls and reverse functionality for clearing blockages and assisting in demolition and recycling applications.
• Fully hydraulic adjustable closed side setting minimizes downtime and offers quick adjustment.
Terex|Finlay I-120RS Impact Crusher
The Terex|Finlay I-120RS impact crusher has been developed to replace the I-110RS model. As a response to market led feedback Terex|Finlay has integrated the enhanced material flow process through the plant that was initially proven in its recently introduced I-140 and I-140RS models.
• The ease of material flow through the machine has greatly improved with each component of the machine increasing in width as the material moves through the machine.
• Fully hydraulic apron setting assist provides convenient and efficient adjustment of the aprons
• Heavy duty vibrating feeder (VGF) with integrated prescreen removes dirt fines and sizes bypass material for reprocessing.
• Quick on-board detachable recirculating system including large 12 by 5 ft. (3.66 by 1.53 m) two deck screen.
• Recirculating conveyor can be rotated from closed loop configuration or utilized for stockpiling making an additional oversized product.
Terex|Finlay 684 Inclined Screen
The second-generation Terex|Finlay 684 screener has been designed with the customer and operator in mind. For ease of onsite movement and rapid setup and tear down times, the overall machine and conveyor folding design has been simplified and reconfigured to give rapid on site deployment. Terex|Finlay has retained the original screenbox that features three large 14 by 5 ft. 7 in. (4.3 by 1.7 m) inclined screens giving a large screening area of 236 sq. ft. to provide efficient screening and high capacity.
• Triple deck 14 by 5 ft. 7 in. screen with full catwalk access.
• The fourth (oversize plus) conveyor provides variable tilt and slide slew capability to accurately discharge materials for recirculation to crushers or for stockpiling.
• Maximum utilization of three 14 by 5 ft. 7 in. decks provides ultra-efficient screening capabilities even at small aggregate sizes.
• A combination of quick wedge tensioning, convenient access holes and hydraulic tensioning on the bottom deck ensure mesh set up and change out times are kept to an absolute minimum.
View the 2017 Terex|Finlay open day wrap up video below:
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