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Terex Finlay launch new 684 two-deck screen

Terex Finlay 684 two-deck screen

Company introduces the latest model in its stable of 6-Series tracked mobile inclined screens

TEREX Finlay say their new 684 two-deck screen is a compact, highly versatile and adaptable machine engineered and built for working in quarrying, mining, sand and gravel, construction and demolition debris recycling, coal, and topsoil applications.

The new screenbox on the 684 features two full-size 4.3m x 1.7m (14ft x 5ft 7in) inclined decks for efficient screening and high capacity throughput. According to Terex Finlay, maximum utilization of the two decks provides ultra-efficient screening capabilities even at small aggregate sizes.

In addition, the screenbox is equipped with full catwalk access, while a combination of quick wedge tensioning on the top deck, convenient access holes and hydraulic tensioning on the bottom deck ensures mesh set-up and changeover times are kept to a minimum.

A high-performance 1,050mm (42in) variable-speed belt feeder with hydraulic gearbox drive is fitted to the machine as standard, while the 8 cubic metre (10.5 cubic yard) capacity hopper can be fitted with a 14ft tipping grid or 12ft vibrating grid.

All three discharge conveyors on the 684 fold hydraulically, providing rapid set-up and tear-down times, and ease of transport. The fully self-contained plant can be ready for transport in less than 30 minutes, making it well suited to contract screening applications.

The Terex Finlay 684 two-deck tracked mobile inclined screen will be one of several new or soon to be launched machines that will be on display and demonstration at the company’s forthcoming Customer Open Days at Ardlethen Quarry, Ellon, near Aberdeen, on 27–28 June 2013. See the Events section on this Bulletin for further details.

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