Conexpo-Con/Agg 2020: TWS to focus on productivity-boosting innovations
Terex Washing Systems to highlight range of customer-specific solutions designed to maximize uptime and increase bottom line
TEREX Washing Systems (TWS) will be showing their FM UltraFines recovery system and focusing on the importance of delivering industry-leading technical expertise and strong aftersales support to customers throughout North America.
Forming part of the exhibits will be a virtual reality (VR) experience for attendees to see, at first hand, how the company’s end-to-end solutions can be tailored to their needs whilst increasing commercial value to their operations.
‘Over the last five years, we have significantly developed our product offerings to become an established supplier of advanced wet processing solutions for mineral washing needs in the aggregates, recycling and mining sectors,’ said TWS director Barry McMenamin.
‘We now have an extensive product portfolio of rinsing, scrubbing and sand production systems available in static, modular and mobile platforms. We are continually committed to further expansion of the offerings and our showcase at Conexpo will demonstrate continued significant investment in product development which, once again, raises the bar in adding value to our customers’ operations.’
The FM UltraFines unit is a crucial step in efficient management and recovery of ultra-fine sand from waste-water streams, produced from washing processes. The recovery system can process up to 450 cubic metres per hour of slurry recovering material as low as 40 microns, which reduces the volume of solids going to storage ponds or water-treatment plants.
Bringing together a centrifugal pump, a cluster of four hydrocyclones and a high-frequency dewatering screen on a single chassis, the FM UltraFines is said to boast an advanced conical tank and anti-turbulence system, which is essential in the process of ultra-fines recovery.
TWS will also be highlighting their AquaClear water-management offerings, ranging from clarifying tanks and flocculent dosing systems to filter presses and all associated equipment.
In addition to their significant investment in product development, TWS will be bringing people up to speed with the company’s continued investment in its North American sales and operational teams.
TWS have been focusing more than ever on providing their customers with greater levels of aftersales and product support, and today the business has 20 regional partners, 50 service depots, 60 mobile trucks and 100 expert technicians across North America.
Mr McMenamin explained: ‘The cornerstone of our international success is our strong customer relations and how we work directly with them to bring mutual success. Our new enhanced levels of sales, service and support is to build upon momentum gained during growth in the market, as we continue to focus on serving customers with world-class washing equipment solutions that add commercial value to their operations whilst providing local service and support for the complete lifecycle of their products.’