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Terex Washing Systems debuts new models

Mar 22, 2024Mar 22, 2024

United Kingdom-based Terex Washing Systems (TWS) has debuted for the wider public two new machines in its product line, which is designed to clean and prepare aggregates, sand and C&D debris to produce marketable materials. The machines were debuted at the Hillhead equipment exhibition in the U.K.

The company describes its FM Pentium model as “a completely new machine with the capability to wash one grade of sand and one aggregate on a single chassis.” The FM Pentium is a static sand and aggregate washing unit and part of its existing FinesMaster product range.

The machine combines a collection tank, centrifugal slurry pump, hydrocyclone(s) and a dewatering screen, says TWS. With a feed capacity of up to 150 tons per hour of pre-screened material, the FM Pentium can produce up to 120 tons per hour washed sand.

The second machine launch was for what TWS calls a new and improved AggreSand 206. Some of its new features include an increased feed hopper size option to allow for greater feed capacity, a redesigned Cyclone underflow box and dewatering screen to give what TWS calls “much sharper cuts in blending and enhanced end product.”

States TWS, “Pit and quarry operators can look forward to more intelligent ways to wash sand, gravel, aggregates, and C&D waste thanks to Terex Washing Systems’ high-performance solution.”