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Terex Finlay announce bauma Africa line-up

Terex Finlay I-100 impact crusher

Company outlines its machinery display at inaugural bauma Africa trade show in Johannesburg

LATER this month Terex Finlay will be exhibiting at the inaugural bauma Africa trade show with Bell Equipment, their new distributor in Southern Africa. Four Terex Finlay models will be exhibited at the show, including the new I-100 impact crusher that was officially launched at bauma 2013.

‘We look forward to attending the first bauma Africa show. It will allow us to reconnect with existing customers and meet new customers, together with our distributor Bell Equipment,’ commented Nigel Irvine, sales and marketing director with Terex Finlay.


‘The timing of the show is perfect, as we build upon the excellent start made by Bell Equipment in Southern Africa. It also gives us the opportunity to launch the new I-100 impact crusher to the Southern African marketplace following its unveiling at bauma in Munich. We’ve had fantastic acceptance from the marketplace to this machine in Europe, the Americas, and Australasia, and we expect it will enjoy similar success here in South Africa.’

Terex Finlay’s machine line-up will be completed by the J-1480 jaw crushers, 694+ inclined screen and the 883 heavy-duty screener.

Designed for both recycling and quarrying applications, the new, direct-drive I-100 860mm diameter x 860mm horizontal impact crusher is said to deliver excellent reduction ratios and high consistency of product shape. The machine’s advanced electronic control system monitors and regulates the heavy-duty vibrating feeder with integrated pre-screen, maintaining a consistent feed of material into the proven Terex  impact chamber for optimal crushing conditions.

The robust and aggressive J-1480 jaw crusher incorporates the proven Terex JW55 single-toggle jaw crusher, which boasts a throughput capacity up to 750 tonnes/h depending on the application and material. The machine is available with hydrostatic drive, which offers reversible operation for clearing blockages, or direct drive, for improved fuel efficiency and greater power utilization.

According to Terex Finlay, the 694+ tracked mobile inclined screen and boasts ‘best in class’ production levels, set-up time and ease of operation. The machine is powered by a Caterpillar engine in Tier 3 and Tier 4 markets. The latest development to the machine is the Opti-Drive dual-power system that allows the operator to power the machine using the on-board diesel engine or to plug into a generator or mains electricity supply.

The 883 heavy-duty screen is a robust, high-capacity machine engineered and built for working in quarrying, mining, construction and demolition debris, topsoil, recycling, sand and gravel, coal and aggregate applications. Its aggressive, forward-facing inclined modular configuration screenbox has a 4.8m x 1.5m (16ft x 5ft) top deck and a 3.6m x 1.5m (12ft x 5ft) bottom deck. 

bauma Africa, a four-day international trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, construction vehicles and equipment, will take place at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, from 18–21 September.


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