Johnsons Aggregates and Recycling has introduced a high-speed Terex Finlay 883 Spaleck to power through the processing of incinerator waste ash.
The waste product is being put through the machine at the company’s site in Nottingham, to produce road construction materials.
Supplied by Finlay Central – part of the Finlay Group of companies – the Terex Finlay Spaleck is transforming processing activity on site with its power and performance.
Central to the machine’s exceptional capability is the two-deck German designed and constructed screenbox.
The heavy duty vibrating screen offers nearly blockage-free screening in the upper and lower deck thanks to tried and tested 3D and Flip-Flow technology.
The 3D screening segments guarantee correct grain size with no long pieces or extraneous material for the tension shaft screen on the lower deck, while the Flip-Flow screen – featuring screwless mounted screen mats – avoids unnecessary cleaning.
By combining two system solutions in one machine, the 883 Spaleck offers significant savings on conveying equipment, steel structures and space.
At Johnsons Aggregates and Recycling, the Terex Finlay 883 Spaleck is products sized 10 mm down, 10 – 50mm and 50 mm up.
Steve Johnson, director and founder of Johnsons Aggregates and Recycling, said: “It’s exactly what we want.
“The machine is versatile and can process extreme products that typically struggle through conventional screens.
“The additional vibration enables the waste ash material to release itself, so it avoids clogs, and it also handles the product’s abrasive consistency.
“The self-cleaning mechanism is also very useful.”
Neil Bailey, Sales Engineer of Finlay Central, said: The Terex Finlay 883 Spaleck’s processing capabilities and application flexibility make the machine an ‘all in one’ mobile solution for processing difficult waste, including recycling, slag, C&D, shredded metal, wood, compost, mulch, ores, coal and soil.
“It’s delivering really exceptional performance out on sites.”