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New Terex Cedarapids LJ-TS ‘V’ horizontal screens

First publishedin Aggregates Business Europe & International
2015 November December
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Terex Cedarapids LJ-TS V horizontal screen
Terex MPS's two new Cedarapids LJ-TS V horizontal screens are said to increase production capability
Terex Minerals Processing Systems (MPS) recently added 127mm x 406mm and 152mm x 406mm two- and three-deck screens to their revolutionary line of ‘V’ Series horizontal screens.

The new Terex Cedarapids V Series models are said to increase production and handle applications not possible with traditional horizontal screens, combining the efficient, high G-force El-JayTM 3:1 oval stroke motion with variable slope operation to handle larger deck loads. The new design also features more steel in the rock zone with thicker side plates and heavier decks for claimed industry-leading durability.

The LJ-TSV screen has several new features to boost productivity. The patented low maintenance vibration damper system and the patent-pending optional bottom deck deflector plates boost capacity. Patent-pending variable slope operation handles larger deck loads and bigger screen openings to increase production. The screens install up to 10° in 2.5° increments to best fit the application.

New maintenance-friendly features include patented low maintenance surge damper system; patent-pending replaceable wire cloth seal strips for no-weld repair; bolt-on upper and lower spring guides; tool-less oil check sight glasses; bottom deck feed curtain; optional magnetic deck wear liners.

Optional patent-pending bottom deck deflector plates boost screen efficiency.

High G-force, high-efficiency El-JayTM oval stroke motion adjusts 3-ways (speed, stroke angle, stroke magnitude) to optimise performance.

Patented ‘flow-through’ lubrication system and ‘sealed-for-life’ double O-ring assembly is said to extend equipment life.

A medium scalper option increases feed size from 254mm-355mm; the option includes side liners/extensions.

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