Finlay deals help firms become self-sufficient

FINLAY Scotland has recently concluded a number of high-profile deals.

Gray’s Recycling Services (GRS), based in Spey Bay, Moray, has taken delivery of a new Nordmann hook lift jaw crusher after first seeing the machine at The Black Isle Show. The model has been tipped to make GRS fully self-sufficient when it comes to processing inert material.

Finlay Scotland sales manager, Euan Fairweather, explained that the customer was looking for a small and compact machine, which could be easily transported but still had an impressive throughput with low running costs. The crusher was delivered to site with a CAT generator, reversible side belt, reversible magnet and a feed level sensor.

Euan said, “After just a matter of hours of having the machine on demo, Kenneth Gray and family were so impressed with the spec, performance and ease of use that he decided to purchase it immediately.”

Meanwhile, Skene Group Construction Services has bought the firm’s fifth Terex Finlay machine for operation at Soutra Mains Quarry in Midlothian.

Euan received an enquiry from Skene’s joint MD Darren Forrester regarding a new triple deck screener and just a few days later the Terex Finlay 694+ was delivered.

Euan said production levels, set up time and ease of operation have all impressed. A high capacity belt feed hopper was fitted with a remote tipping grid. The triple deck screen configuration provided three full sized 20’ x 5’ (6.1m x 1.53m) screens. A hydraulically folded fourth conveyor allowed simple adjustment with variable tilt and slew discharge for recirculation or stockpiling of finished material.

Another deal involved Blantyre-based PMK Civil Engineering, who bought a Terex Finlay 863 mobile screening plant and a new Nordmann hook lift jaw crusher.

Euan said the firm was on the lookout for a small compact jaw crusher, which could be used to process inert waste.

PMK are now processing all of their inert waste material and reusing the crushed products in sites across Scotland.