Simplicity expands modular product line

By |  September 6, 2023
The MHS620X features an 'extra clearance' 6-ft. x 20-ft. ESX horizontal screen. Photo: Terex MPS

The MHS620X features an ‘extra clearance’ 6-ft. x 20-ft. ESX horizontal screen. Photo: Terex MPS

Simplicity, a Terex MPS brand, introduced the MHS620X modular screen plant within its modular product offering.

According to Simplicity, the MHS620X features a new “extra clearance” 6-ft. x 20-ft. ESX horizontal screen that debuted earlier this year at ConExpo-Con/Agg. The ESX horizontal screen provides increased space between screen decks, allowing for easier maintenance access to screen media while improving maintenance safety.

Features of the MHS620X are an extra-heavy-duty I-beam frame and a rigid diagonal truss construction and galvanized steel structure that includes walkways, stairs and guardrails. The MHS620X emphasizes safety, sustainability, ease of operation and streamlined setup, the company says.

The Simplicity modular product line consists of several predesigned wet and dry screening plug-and-play modules. A variety of bolt-on options are interchangeable and can be fastened on-site using basic hand tools, eliminating disruptions to active operations.

The MHS620X modular screen plant can be used in applications such as aggregates, mining, demolition, recycling and industrial minerals. The product can be incorporated into a compact site or be utilized as part of a multi-plant system.

“Simplicity is one of three legacy brands within Terex MPS and has always stood for innovation and customer-eccentric solutions,” says Russ Burns, sales director at Terex MPS. “The MHS620X embodies the Simplicity reputation by delivering efficient solutions that place safety, sustainability and operational ease at the forefront.”

Related: 13 questions with Terex MPS’s Russ Burns

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