First publishedon www.AggBusiness.com
A wide range of new and soon-to-be-launched Terex Finlay equipment models were demonstrated and exhibited this week at two open days staged at Breedon Northern’s Raisby Quarry in County Durham, Northeast England.
The all-new I-120RS impact crusher (with grinding path); TC-100 conveyor; TR-75 radial conveyor; TF-75L low level feeder; and TF-75H high level feeder were showcased alongside fifth generation 693+ and 694+ inclined screens, ahead of their global launch in Q4 2019.
Attendees at the Molson Finlay and Finlay Scotland organised open days at Raisby Quarry on Monday and Tuesday 16-17 September saw live demonstrations of 19 Terex Finlay machines working in aggregates and recycling applications.
There were also working demonstrations of the innovative new OMNI by Terex system. Available across OMNI is a real-time tablet-based system that can improve jobsite safety and efficiency in crushing and screening operations. OMNI provides centralised access and enables the operator to watch, monitor and make adjustments to working equipment from the safety of their cab.
Open day visitors were also given a comprehensive presentation on T-Link, Terex Finaly’s remote monitoring and fleet management system that combines your machines' inbuilt CANbus control system with satellite positioning and telematics software. From the fleet management fundamentals of knowing the hours and location of your machine to sending machine specific alerts and tracking machine production, T-Link can help you remotely monitor and manage your Terex|Finlay fleet and grow your business.
Like OMNI by Terex, T-Link enables you to stay connected and keep track of your equipment, monitor work progress, manage logistics, access critical machine information, analyse and optimise machine performance and perform remote operator support.