Bauma: TWS to showcase wash recycling ‘game-changer’
Terex Washing Systems to present live washing demos of AggWash 60 wash plant
TEREX Washing Systems (TWS) will be hosting a series of live washing demonstrations of their AggWash 60 wash plant at this year’s bauma exhibition. The live demos – in conjunction with their German distributors Kolsch and Christophel – will give visitors the opportunity to see a working wash plant processing construction and demolition waste.
The AggWash 60, referred to as a ‘game changer in wash recycling’, incorporates screening, scrubbing, sizing and recovery of sand on one modular chassis and produces up to six grades of saleable sand.
TWS product line director Oliver Donnelly said: ‘We are delighted to be in a position to showcase a working wash plant to the visitors of bauma, the world’s largest event for our industry. The AggWash 60 is an award-winning product and was the world’s first modular solution, comprising screening, scrubbing, washing and sand recovery on one easily transportable chassis.’
The AggWash was designed to address requirements for recycling customers and quarry owners, particularly in the construction, demolition and excavation waste recycling market. The high-performance solution has been designed to maximize yields from feed materials, with efficiently designed system processes that keep running costs at a minimum.
While the plant’s readily portable format makes it particularly suitable for green-field applications, contractor use and temporary planning permission sites, operators more used to static installations will still appreciate the small footprint and minimal site preparations required.
TWS engineer manager Paul McWilliams commented: ‘In all cases, installation time is significantly less than conventional builds, thanks to the high level of factory pre-fitting and connections. The no-compromise design ethos ensures maximum serviceability and performance despite numerous innovative features, including easily removed pumps, ready access to screening media and intuitive controls.’