Terex Washing Systems unveils plans for MINExpo

By |  August 25, 2016
Says TWS' David Quail of the FM UltraFines: "[It] will tackle the increasing demand for fines recovery within numerous facets of the washing industry.” Photo courtesy of TWS.

Says TWS’ David Quail of the FM UltraFines: “[It] will tackle
the increasing demand for fines recovery within numerous
facets of the washing industry.” Photo courtesy of TWS.

Terex Washing Systems (TWS) plans to introduce two new products, the AggreScalp and the FM UltraFines, to North America at MINExpo International in Las Vegas.

The AggreScalp, a modular, chassis-mounted scalping unit, is designed in an all-electric format. The machine is ideal for C&D recycling applications, as well as quarry and mine overburdens. According to TWS, the AggreScalp integrates with other TWS systems, including AggreSand and AggreScrub.

TWS also plans to introduce the FM UltraFines because increased fines recovery is increasing in demand within a number of facets of the washing industry, the company says.

“The AggreScalp unit brings operators a well-proven, cost-effective and durable machine in a modular all-electric format,” says David Quail, TWS’ market area director for the Americas. “This is ideal for C&D recycling applications as well as quarry and mine overburdens.”

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