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Terex Finlay 883+ for John F Hunt Remediation

Terex Finlay 883+ mobile screen

Company invests in heavy-duty screener to meet demands of high volume project

A LEADING South East-based land remediation specialist has taken delivery of a new Terex Finlay 883+ mobile screening machine to help cope with the high volume of materials produced from a major project. 

John F Hunt Remediation have a long-standing relationship with the Finlay Group, having hired a number of Terex Finlay 883 machines over the years. Based on the past performance of the mobile screens, as well as the service and support received on site, John F Hunt decided to purchase their very own heavy-duty 883+ screener.

Supplied by Finlay Plant South East (part of the Finlay Group), the 883+ unit has the capacity to process at a rate of up to 500 tonnes/h and has been designed to work after a primary crusher or on its own as a frontline tracked mobile screen. 

Ben Williams, managing director of John F Hunt Remediation, commented: ‘It made commercial sense to purchase the 883+ after securing a significant contract. The machine is handling high volumes of soil, processing down to 20mm. It’s working very well on site.’

The processing capabilities and application flexibility of the 883+ machine make it a suitable mobile solution for processing a wide range of waste materials, including C&D debris, coal and topsoil. 

The plant features a modular configuration screen box with a 4.8m x 1.5m top deck and bottom deck screen, with optional features to permit tines or cassette frames to allow mesh fitting.  

Leon Sheehy, managing director of Finlay Plant South East, said: ‘The 883+ is a versatile machine renowned for its reliability and power. It is meeting the demands of contracts and proving an important asset to John F Hunt Remediation’s operations.’

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