VISITORS to the Finlay Scotland stand are in for a treat as they’ll be among the first to witness the new Terex® Finlay J-1170 mobile jaw crusher.
The high performance machine has been built around the Terex® 1100mm x 700mm (44” x 28”) jaw crusher, with a proven track record in recycling, aggregate production and mining applications.
The jaw chamber provides excellent material reduction and product sizing in the processing of blasted quarry rock and ore material. The jaw chamber is also available with optional hydraulic release, an excellent feature when crushing construction and demolition debris. The hydraulic release option has an automatic overload protection system to prevent damage by uncrushable items in the feed material.
Tom McNeill, managing director of Finlay Scotland Ltd, said, “The J-1170’s 45 tonne transport weight and compact dimensions mean lower transport costs between and within crushing sites. The robust and intelligent chassis design, with good clearance on both ends, also enables safe and easy loading onto all transport trailers.”
Finlay will also be showing off the new Terex Finlay 883 Spaleck, which they describe as the ultimate in mobile screening and separation technology. This new product offering is the result of a joint partnership between Terex Finlay and Spaleck.
At the heart of the mobile plant is the 2 deck German designed and constructed high performance screenbox. The unique stepped top deck design combined with state of the art flip flow technology on the bottom deck catapults the Finlay 883 Spaleck into a class of its own. Its processing capabilities and application flexibility make the machine the only all in one mobile solution for processing difficult waste, recycling, slag, C&D, shredded metal, wood, compost, mulch, ores, coal and soil.
The 3D top deck design provides maximum screening efficiency. The flip-flow bottom deck allows the machine to function in previously un-processable material.