Terex Washing Systems displays fines recovery unit at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020

By |  March 16, 2020
Terex Washing Systems UltraFines

Terex’s FM UltraFines includes a centrifugal pump, a hydrocyclone cluster and a high-frequency dewatering screen all on one chassis. Photo: Terex Washing Systems

Terex Washing Systems (TWS) showcased one of its fines recovery units while also featuring a virtual reality simulation for customers to experience the company’s offerings at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020.

Terex’s FM UltraFines recovery unit allows users to recover ultra fines material from waste water streams in an efficient manner, the company says, and can process up to 450 m3 per hour of slurry recovering material as low as 40 micron. This, in turn, reduces the volume of solids sent to storage ponds or water treatment plants, according to TWS.

The FM UltraFines includes a centrifugal pump, a hydrocyclone cluster and a high-frequency dewatering screen all on one chassis, which also featured a conical tank and an anti-turbulence system.

“Over the last five years, Terex Washing System has significantly developed its product offering to become an established supplier of advanced wet processing solutions for miner washing needs in aggregates, recycling, industrial sands and mining,” says Barry McMenamin, director at Terex Washing Systems. “We now have an extensive product portfolio of rinsing, scrubbing and sand production systems available in static, modular and mobile platforms. We are continually committed to further expansion of the offering and our showcase at ConExpo demonstrates continued significant investment in product development which once again raises the bar in adding value to our customers’ operations.”


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