Wash plants to launch at international event

Customers will be given the first opportunity to see the Aggresand 206 and Aggrescrub 150 plants at the Hillhead 2014 event. 
Terex Washing Systems (TWS) director Sean Loughran said, ?The market has really embraced the Aggresand wash plant concept with exceptional demand at the moment around the world. To date, TWS has installed multiple Aggresand 165 wash plants in Ireland, the UK, parts of eastern Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia and Austria.
?Customers are also finding it easier to secure planning and finance for these modular plants, as opposed to traditional static setups,? he added.
The modular Aggresand 206 wash plant is a larger version of the recently launched Aggresand 165 with greater capacity through a 20×6 screen with two- and three-deck options. 
It can process 400 tonnes of material per hour and is completely containerised for ease of transportation. It also has rapid setup times, and is pre-wired and pre-plumbed with plug-and-play components, isolated spray bars, and a human-machine interface control system. 
Sensors provide real-time data about water pressure, cyclone feed pressure and electrical power consumption. 
The Aggrescrub 150 can process 150 tonnes of material per hour and is particularly suited to the construction and demolition recycling markets. The model offers improved wear characteristics, reduced costs, and the ability to effectively scrub aggregates and float out clays, silts, lights, woods and plastics on one chassis. 
The Aggresand and Aggrescrub control systems can also be fully integrated, meaning the plants can be combined to provide a washing solution for customers dealing with recycling applications, as well as for pit owners with high agglomerations of clay. 
This is achieved by the connection of a single plug-and-play cable that allows the plants to work as a single entity, with all interlocks including start-up and shutdown sequences automatically synchronising.
The Hillhead event, which was initially established in 1982, is a major annual construction event and one of the biggest working quarry shows in the world. It will be held at the Hillhead Quarry in the Pennine Hills, England from 24?26 June 2014.
Sources: Terex Corporation, Construction Week Online, Materials Handling World, Hillhead

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