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EvoQuip brings Falcon screens to the US

By |  June 7, 2021
EvoQuip's Falcons come with a T-Link telemetry system fitted as standard, providing customers with real-time information on the performance of their machine. Photo: EvoQuip

EvoQuip’s Falcons come with a T-Link telemetry system fitted as standard, providing customers with real-time information on the performance of their machine. Photo: EvoQuip

EvoQuip, a Terex brand, added the Falcon range of finishing screens to its portfolio.

The Falcon range consists of the Falcon 1220 and Falcon 1230, providing solutions for scalping, screening and stockpiling in self-contained units.

“This enhances the EvoQuip product offering and results in us having a more comprehensive product portfolio that will improve our versatility and make us more competitive in the marketplace,” says Andy Lawrence, EvoQuip sales director for North America. “We have already seen these highly aggressive finishing screens opening up new opportunities for EvoQuip.”

According to EvoQuip, the Falcons provide efficient classification of fines and are ideal for multiple applications and processing materials – including sand and gravel, crushed stone, coal, topsoil and demolition waste.

The first of the Falcons landed in the U.S. with EvoQuip distributor Midwest Crushing & Screening, which has been serving the Illinois and Wisconsin areas since 2008.

“We are excited to be the first distributor in the U.S. to get the Falcon 1220,” says Tim Scannell, president of Midwest Crushing & Screening. “We have over 20 crushers, screeners and conveyors from EvoQuip operating across Illinois and Wisconsin and are delighted that the Falcon is now also part of our fleet.”

The Falcon 1220 is a compact, easily transportable machine that offers operators rapid setup and teardown times, EvoQuip says. The Falcon 1220 features a 12-ft. x 5-ft. double-deck incline screen with a remote tipping reject grid, hydraulic screen tensioning of the bottom deck and three onboard hydraulic folding conveyors as standard, with the added option of a hydraulic shredder.

Kevin Yanik

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Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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