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The Terex Finlay 873 heavy-duty screen is equipped with three hydraulically folding discharge conveyors.

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Heavy-duty, hydraulically adjustable screen

The new Terex Finlay 873 heavy-duty screen is highly versatile and adaptable. Read more »
A WS Tyler F-class screen equipped with the prototype Upgraded SKF Explorer bearings.

Upgraded bearings double service life of screens

SKF and original equipment manager WS Tyler, a leading manufacturer of vibrating screens, have joined forces by using Upgraded SKF Explorer bearings to engineer a solution that has doubled the service life of the latter’s F-class screens. Read more »
The new split-block housed units were installed at Hanson Brick’s Mooringsport, Los Angeles, facility.

Brick maker learns bearings solutions improve operations

Hammer mills crush aggregate into material later used in brick production. These mills face some of the harshest operating environments in the industry. Housed units and other components must be rugged enough to endure these tough conditions and deliver high performance for the long haul. Read more »
Pegging ensues when the stone is about the same size as the holes.

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Can pegging and blinding ever be solved?

Both “pegging” and “blinding” are issues quarry personnel experience every day. Truth be told, there is no miracle solution to these problems, but that doesn’t mean certain screen designs and applications are not capable of mitigating them. Read more »
Trio’s TTH horizontal screens use proven technology, coupled with modern user-friendly features.

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Horizontal screens boost supplier’s inventory

A global supplier’s recent acquisition of a reputable screen plant manufacturer is proving to be a win for Australian quarry operators. Read more »
The Premier ES employs a universal deck design that accepts both tensioned screening panels and modular snap-on panels.

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Elliptical motion screens

Metso’s range of Premier ES horizontal screens are suitable for demanding intermediate or ?nal screening applications. Read more »
Combo screens combine the best characteristics of inclined and horizontal screens.

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Selecting the best screening equipment

One of the most basic and fundamental mysteries in the material processing industries is selecting the best screen design. Which do you choose? Incline? Horizontal? A combo screen? Read more »
Sandvik Construction’s Timo Råstrander inspects the WR modular screening media system after over one year in use. After quick replacment of some worn parts, the screen is ready to be used again.

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Screen media helps boost production at gneiss quarry

A quarry with an annual turnover of 300,000 tonnes has reported a boost in production and a fall in downtime over the past three years after it installed a more user-friendly, flexible screen media system. Read more »
The shaft on the Infinity P3-75 screen.

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Screening range aspires to the infinite

Washing plant specialist CDE announced the launch of the new Infinity screening range earlier this year. The lead designer on the range explains the thinking behind some of the innovations. Read more »
As on standard Terex Finlay mobile units, the screenbox discharge end on the 883+ Spaleck can be hydraulically raised 500mm to facilitate efficient and easy media access and changing.

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Static, mobile producers collaborate on screen design

Terex Finlay, a specialist in mobile tracked processing equipment, has partnered with Spaleck, manufacturer of static recycling screening technology, to introduce two composite products to the mobile crushing and screening market: the Terex Finlay 883+ Spaleck and the Terex Finlay 693+ Spaleck. Read more »
Dewatering screens were first introduced to the mining industry but over time have become standard equipment for aggregates.

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The demystification of dewatering screens

Dewatering screens have become a key part of aggregate processing systems. John Best explains why they can be effective instruments for producing a drier, cleaner end product. Read more »

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