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Latest Finlay scalping screener ready for global debut

The Finlay 890 is an aggressive, heavy duty 2-deck scalping screener with a variety of screen box media options. (Image source: Finlay)

Finlay, a global manufacturer of mobile crushing and screening equipment and brand of Terex, has released the Finlay 890 Scalper for a wider range of applications

Finlay already boasts a formidable portfolio of scalping screens that are known for their high production capacity, efficiency, versatility and durability. As such, the new heavy-duty 2-deck scalping screener from the company has been introduced to expand its offering and is capable of processing a high tonnage throughput of up to 700 tph / 771 US tph depending on mesh sizes and material type.

“We are excited to announce the production of our first 890 scalping screen,” stated Alan Witherow, product & applications manager at Finlay. “The Finlay 890 boasts advanced features and capabilities for operators seeking high-performance screening solutions.”

According to a company statement, the aggressive screen box is able to deliver a high quality of screened product in secondary screening applications such as aggregates, topsoil, construction and demolition waste, biomass, compost materials, overburden, foundry waste, and processed ores and minerals. It has a modular configuration with a 6.1m x 1.8m top deck and 5.6m x 1.8m bottom deck screen and offers variety of media options including abrasion resistant punched plate, bofor bars, tines, and a selection of heavy-duty mesh sizes. Equipped with a hydraulic raise screen box function, the Finlay 890 has convenient access to the bottom deck media for maintenance or replacement.

Maximising versatility and flexibility

The company has taken pains to ensure the equipment is as versatile as possible, including features such as individual variable speed controls on the discharge conveyors, the capability to interchange both side conveyors in the field, and the ability to transition into a two-way split configuration. Further, the fully self-contained plant can be hydraulically folded for transportation in less than 30 minutes and is available with hybrid technology consisting of on-board electrical motors, enabling the plant to run on outside power or a standard on-board engine.

Witherow continued, “Its versatility ensures suitability across a wide range of applications, reinforcing Finlay's commitment to engineering excellence and our dedication to providing our customers with cutting-edge equipment that meets and exceeds their expectations.”

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