Terex Washing Systems launches mobile wash screen

By |  September 30, 2021
Terex Washing System launched its new M1700X Mobile Washing Screen, a redesign of the M1700 and improvement on the M Range. Photo: Terex Washing Systems

Terex Washing Systems launched its new M1700X mobile washing screen, a redesign of the M1700 and an improvement on the M range. Photo: Terex Washing Systems

Terex Washing Systems launched the enhanced M1700X mobile washing screen.

The company says the model is a redesign of the M1700 and an improvement on the M range of mobile washing screens the company makes.

The M1700X can produce up to five products (three aggregate and two sands) in applications such as aggregate, recycling, industrial sands and mining. The screen can be connected with the FM120 C-2G, which allows sand to be recovered when both machines work together.

“The addition of the M1700X will enhance an already significant product range offered by Terex Washing Systems, meeting both market and customers’ needs for mobile washing,” says Barry McMenamin, business line director at Terex Washing Systems. “Our team of engineers have worked closely with our customers to develop improvements to an already high performing machine, such as the new tracked rinser that features a redesigned high fluidsation wash box, increased standard features and improved washing efficiency.”

Along with the new wash box, the M1700X features increased media wear life, an adjustable spray system, a standard hydraulic raise and lower, standard hydraulic tensioning and a one-piece catch box for easy machine reconfiguration.

The screen also has a heavy-duty bearing arrangement for long service life, higher levels of screening efficiency and throughput, increased serviceability and maintenance access, as well as increased screen angle adjustment that’s adaptable for feed material variation, according to Terex Washing Systems. The model was redesigned to focus on wet processing efficiency, with a 16 percent increase in spray capacity across all decks, configurable catch box outlets and configurable blending to maintain material specifications.

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