Terex wash­ing sys­tems bring lat­est tech­no­log­i­cal ad­vance­ments

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Terex Wash­ing Sys­tems (TWS) dis­played two new prod­ucts at the re­cent Hill­head Show in Bux­ton, UK - the Ag­gWash™ 300, a screen­ing, scrub­bing, siz­ing and sand re­cov­ery for re­cy­clable ag­gre­gates, all on one mod­u­lar chas­sis, and Terex AquaClear™, the first wa­ter man­age­ment treat­ment sys­tem from Terex.

TWS Di­rec­tor, Oliver Don­nelly, com­mented, “Terex Wash­ing Sys­tems is fo­cused on bring­ing to mar­ket prod­ucts that de­liver value to our cus­tomers and of­fer so­lu­tions that serve their needs. Cus­tomers were ex­cited to see up close our lat­est in­no­va­tions: the Ag­gWash™ 300 and AquaClear™, and had the op­por­tu­nity to speak to our tech­ni­cal ex­perts to dis­cuss so­lu­tions for their spe­cific needs.”

Ag­gWash ™ 300 – a Game Changer in Wash Re­cy­cling

The Ag­gWash™ is de­signed to ad­dress higher pro­duc­tion re­quire­ments for re­cy­cling cus­tomers and quarry own­ers, par­tic­u­larly in the con­struc­tion, de­mo­li­tion, and ex­ca­va­tion waste re­cy­cling mar­ket. The high-per­for­mance so­lu­tion brings rins­ing, screen­ing, scrub­bing and sand wash­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties on a sin­gle plant. While it’s read­ily por­ta­ble for­mat makes it par­tic­u­larly suit­able for green­field 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.

Paul McWilliams, TWS En­gi­neer Man­ager com­ment­ing on the de­sign, said: “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.”

Ag­gWash ™ 300 High­lights

The Ag­gWash™ in­cor­po­rates two 4.9 mx1.5m(16’ x 5’) triple deck Terex Cedara­pids LJ-TS Se­ries hor­i­zon­tal screens, in­cor­po­rat­ing a triple shaft vi­bra­tor mech­a­nism that pro­vides high G force along with ef­fi­cient oval mo­tion. The com­pact in­stal­la­tion height of hor­i­zon­tal screens com­pared to con­ven­tional in­clined cir­cu­lar mo­tion screens is con­ducive to the con­densed work­ing en­ve­lope of the Ag­gWash 300. The ‘rolling chutes’ feature pro­vides easy ac­cess for main­te­nance of the screen. The ma­chine boasts a high ca­pac­ity log­washer with twin shaft an­gle ad­just­ment to scrub gravel frac­tion and float out or­gan­ics and ad­hered con­tam­i­nants. There isa1.8mx1.2m(6’ x 4’) trash screen for de­wa­ter­ing of light­weight con­tam­i­nants from the log­washer and the plant has

an in­te­grated sand plant in­cor­po­rat­ing rub­ber lined pumps and hy­dro­cy­clones, avail­able in var­i­ous con­fig­u­ra­tions and ca­pac­i­ties. Crit­i­cal for ease of ser­vic­ing and main­te­nance, the Ag­gWash 300 also fea­tures class lead­ing walka­round ac­cess for main­te­nance.

AquaClear ™ - Ic­ing on the Cake

In ad­di­tion, TWS show­cased their new wa­ter man­age­ment of­fer­ing, AquaClear ™, en­abling TWS to of­fer end-to-end so­lu­tions for wash­ing and wa­ter man­age­ment from a sin­gle sup­plier. The range in­cludes clar­i­fy­ing tanks, floc­cu­lent dos­ing sys­tems, fil­ter presses and all associated equip­ment. The first in­stal­la­tion is cur­rently be­ing fit­ted in New Eng­land, USA, where TWS is plan­ning an Open Day for their cus­tomers later in the year. A new ded­i­cated team is in place to lead this as­pect of the busi­ness, which will en­sure op­ti­mum equip­ment se­lec­tion and spec­i­fi­ca­tion for its cus­tomers.

Ef­fi­cient Wa­ter So­lu­tions

Wa­ter Man­age­ment So­lu­tions are typ­i­cally com­prised of three main com­po­nents: a floc dos­ing plant and thick­ener tank can be used to re­cy­cle up to 80% of the wa­ter used in the wash­ing process. This ba­sic method still in­volves the use of ponds, but on a smaller scale, as the sludge sent to the ponds is of a much higher spe­cific grav­ity (1.5sg). The next stage is to in­cor­po­rate a fil­ter press which hy­drates this thick­ened sludge even fur­ther, typ­i­cally down to 25% mois­ture. The fil­ter press elim­i­nates the need for ponds as the sludge is hy­drated to a ma­te­rial/cake which can be han­dled by a load­ing shovel. This cake can be used as a lin­ing or cap­ping ma­te­rial.

Rais­ing the Bar

TWS Di­rec­tor, Oliver Don­nelly, com­mented: “TWS is due to be­gin man­u­fac­tur­ing of the Terex AquaClear Wa­ter Man­age­ment So­lu­tions in Dun­gan­non, North­ern Ire­land, later this year, work­ing along­side strate­gic al­liance part­ners in the US. We are al­ready han­dling en­quiries for AquaClear from Europe and North Amer­ica mar­kets. Through our strate­gic al­liance, [for North Amer­i­can cus­tomers] we can send a fil­ter press fully built up, rather than in its com­po­nent parts in con­tain­ers. Work­ing with part­ners, who have been in the in­dus­try for many years, we are con­fi­dent that we have the tech­ni­cal ca­pa­bil­ity to de­vise op­ti­mised so­lu­tions which present cus­tomers with a unique op­por­tu­nity to max­imise their re­turn on in­vest­ment.” Speak­ing on the Hill­head show, Don­nelly, com­mented, “The re­ac­tion and in­ter­est to TWS new prod­ucts and our stand pres­ence was sim­ply over­whelm­ing. The flow of traf­fic onto the stand was in­cred­i­ble through­out the three days. We had the op­por­tu­nity to meet with ex­ist­ing sat­is­fied cus­tomers, prospec­tive new cus­tomers, as well as many of our dis­trib­u­tors from around the world. We were de­lighted to re­ceive a large num­ber of or­ders through­out the show, which is tes­ta­ment to our com­mit­ment for pro­vid­ing en­hanced and unique wash­ing so­lu­tions to meet cus­tomers’ needs and de­mands.”

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