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TWS to announce new larger Aggresand model at ConExpo

Aggresand 206 wash plant

Terex Washing Systems to unveil Aggresand 206 wash plant at US equipment show

TEREX Washing Systems (TWS) will be using ConExpo 2014 as a platform to announce the launch of a new larger model from their Aggresand range – the Aggresand 206 washer.

Suitable for all industrial, construction, recycling and mining applications, the latest Aggresand model shares all the unique modular features of the Aggresand 165 wash plant (launched in 2013), including ease of transportation, rapid set-up time and a HMI control system, which has been delivering efficient, productive performance for current owners.

‘We are excited about making our debut at ConExpo,’ said Sean Loughran, director of TWS. ‘Our engineers have been working on finalizing the design and specification of the new larger Aggresand 206 model to give our customers the same benefits as the Aggresand 165 system, but with even more capacity. We’re looking forward to meeting our customers and showing them how this new system will help their businesses.’

The official launch and unveiling of the Aggresand 206 wash plant (pictured) will take place at Hillhead 2014, where TWS will also launch another new product – the next-generation Aggrescrub 150 logwasher.

The new Aggresand 206 – which has a maximum output of 400 tonnes/h – utilizes Terex’s well-proven 20ft x 6ft inclined rinser screen and will be available in two- or three-deck options.  
Also on show at ConExpo will be the company’s FM120BW bucket wheel dewatering system. According to TWS, the sand plant continues to be an extremely efficient plant resolving customers’ washing requirements around the world, with recent installations in Russia, Australia, Turkey and the Middle East.

The primary purpose of the system is to remove unwanted silt <75 micron (200 mesh) and dewater the clean sand down to 10% moisture.

It brings together traditional dewatering buckets and hydrocyclone technology on one chassis, and is particularly suited to high wearing abrasive sands as the buckets reduce wear on the rubber lined centrifugal pump and cyclones. The FM120BW plant is also capable of processing a feed product up to half-an-inch.

‘We hope our ConExpo exhibit and new product announcements demonstrate our commitment to providing enhanced and unique solutions to meet every customer’s individual needs and demands,’ said Mr Loughran.

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