VIDEO: John Garrison, Terex CEO & president, praises TWS world premieres at Hillhead 2016
First publishedon www.AggBusiness.com
With Terex CEO and President John Garrison looking on, Terex Washing Systems (TWS) staged two world premieres at the recent Hillhead 2016 exhibition at Tarmac’s Hillhead quarry near Buxton, county Derbyshire, England.
Garrison and his TWS onsite team were keen to highlight at the three-day event how the new Terex AggreScalp scalping unit and new Finesmaster UltraFines recovery system, along with the also on show Terex AggreSand 206 washing system, can boost any quarry operation’s bottom line.
The Terex AggreScalp is a versatile, high performance heavy duty electric screening machine that has the flexibility to operate as a 2-way or 3-way split screener. The highly aggressive screen can accept media including bofor bars, finger screens, woven mesh and 3D punch plates, which allows it to be used across a wide variety of applications. With onboard hydraulic folding product conveyors, hydraulic screen angle adjustment and single lift set-up, it remains easy to transport and easy to set-up. The AggreScalp can work in conjunction with the Terex AggreSand range by providing a consistent feed material even in difficult applications. Together they form an efficient, lower operating cost aggregate and recycling solution.
The Terex FM UltraFines is a crucial step in efficient management and recovery of ultrafines sand from waste water streams, produced from washing processes. This ultra-fines recovery unit can process up to 450m³/hour of slurry recovering material as low as 40 micron, thus reducing the volume of solids reporting to storage ponds or water treatment plants. Bringing together a centrifugal pump, a cluster of 4 hydrocyclones and a high frequency dewatering screen on one chassis. The FM UltraFines also boasts an innovatively designed conical tank and anti-turbulence system, which is essential in the process of ultra-fines recovery.
Despite a wet Day 2, a bumper 18,655 unique visitors attended this year’s Hillhead event (28-30 June 2016) – representing a 7.1% increase in attendance over the previous show in 2014.