The cutting-edge FM Pentium can wash one grade of sand and one aggregate on a single chassis. A static sand and aggregate washing unit, the FM Pentium is the latest machine in TWS's renowned FinesMaster range, building upon it with its increased production and versatility.
The state-of-the-art new plant combines a collection tank, centrifugal slurry pump, hydrocyclone(s) and a dewatering screen. With a feed rate of up to 150tph of pre-screened material, the FM Pentium can produce up to 120tph washed sand.
Also launched at the showpiece event was the new generation AggreSand 206. A decade on from the initial R&D development of the AggreSand family, the upgraded AggreSand 206 continues to build on TWS's existing legacy machines. The first TWS AggreSand was launched back in 2013, the 165, and was later followed by the 206.
Some of the new key features on the AggreSand 206 include an increased feed hopper size option to allow for greater feed capacity, a redesigned Cyclone underflow box and dewatering screen, giving much sharper cuts in blending and enhanced end product. The new chassis design enables the AggreSand to be much more easily integrated with other TWS products. There is now improved access points for easier maintenance and best-in-class high grip walkway access, allowing for access to all critical components, with additional updated patented maintenance features.
TWS says its new two innovative wash plant solutions will help to revolutionise the global wash plant market.
Meanwhile, TWS says its new 'Factory Direct' sales approach in the UK market will enable increased collaboration between the brand's customer base and factory experts. The TWS local support and aftersales service team give customers quick and accessible access to continue operations, installations, start-ups and commissioning. This support is backed by quick access to all the TWS engineering and product support expertise and data available at TWS's Dungannon, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland headquarters.