Kent-based KKB Group is ramping up productivity with the introduction of a new model Terex Finlay J-1170.
Supplied by Finlay Plant South East, the J-1170 is already proving its worth – supporting KKB Group’s commitment to provide innovative techniques and technologies to maximise the value of waste material.
Specialists in the recovery and recycling of construction waste, the KKB Group has been providing specialist services to support the construction and regeneration sectors for more than 10 years.
KKB Group is using the new machine to crush concrete, making Type 1 MOT.
The Group, which has its headquarters in Rochester, has a local authority permit to perform on-site crushing of concrete aggregate to produce Type 1 graded material, which is re-used as infill, piling mats and sub-base.
KKB Group has a multi-million pound turnover and specialises in remediation, contract recycling and specialist material processing – as well as the supply of plant.
The company has gone from strength to strength in the marketplace and has relied on Finlay Plant South East – part of the Finlay Group of companies – for a range of Terex Finlay equipment to continue its expansion programme.
Colin Basi of KKB Group, said: "The Terex Finlay J-1170 is delivering excellent production rates and is working well on site.
"Finlay Plant South East has helped us over the years to build up a highly productive and efficient fleet.
"We also benefit from same day service and spares back-up, to keep our sites running."
The Terex Finlay J-1170 is a compact and aggressive tracked primary jaw crusher, offering a range of valuable features for the recycling and quarrying industries.
At the heart of the machine is a robust hydrostatically driven Terex jaw chamber, which provides high capacity with large reduction ratios. The jaw chamber configuration can be set up specifically for either processing construction demolition debris or quarrying applications.
It also features a heavy duty variable speed VGF and integrated prescreen giving excellent production throughput. Notable options include a variable speed pan feeder along with an independent prescreen system.
Furthermore, its compact size, quick set up times, ease of transport and user friendly operational features make the J-1170 ideal for all sized operators.
And the jaw chamber is also available with optional hydraulic release, of value when crushing construction and demolition debris, due to an automatic overload protection system to prevent damage by uncrushable items in the feed material.
Leon Sheehy, managing director of Finlay Plant South East, said: "This is a great machine that meets the industry’s demands for durability, efficiency and value for money."