Terex Finlay expands screening plant lineup

By |  October 26, 2018
Terex Finlay's 883+ triple-shaft screening plant.

Terex Finlay’s 883+ triple-shaft screening plant. Photo courtesy of Terex Finlay.

Terex Finlay expanded its 8-Series lineup of heavy-duty screening plants with the introduction of the 883+ triple-shaft screener.

According to Terex Finlay, the 883+ triple shaft was developed to operate in a variety of dry and difficult sticky applications, including quarry, mining, sand and gravel, recycling, and construction and demolition debris.

This model features a triple-shaft screenbox with two full-size 16-ft. x 5-ft. screening decks. The triple-shaft design employs an oval motion stroke to generate an aggressive screening action, reducing plugging and blinding over screen decks to ultimately provide a quality product with a high-tonnage output.

The aggressive screening action of the machine with the larger throw on the screenbox makes it ideal for fine screening a diverse range of materials, the company says.

Terex Finlay retained some of the built-in features of the current 883+, including the ability to hydraulically raise the discharge end 500 mm to facilitate easy and efficient media changing. However, three new design features are included in the new plant: The company increased the width of the fines conveyor to 900 mm wide; increased the hydraulic power to the fines conveyor; and set the engine to run at a lower speed.

These updates will be carried into Terex Finlay’s standard 883+ platform and will be a feature on plants configured with either the standard screenbox or Spaleck screenbox option.

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