Terex Washing Systems to Unveil New Software System at Hillhead

Terex Washing Systems is set to debut its innovative STREAM software system at Hillhead 2024 from June 25-27, in Buxton, England. STREAM harnesses real-time data to provide operators with actionable insights, enhancing productivity, reducing downtime, and maximizing profitability.

Additionally, Terex Washing Systems will showcase the following equipment from their extensive range of “Feeder to Filterpress” solutions: the AggreScrub Pre-screen 150, the AggreScalp, and the FM 120 Bucket Wheel.

Essential for any wet processing plant, the AggreScrub Pre-screen 150 provides efficient material separation with its advanced screening technology. It is particularly suited to the construction and demolition recycling market, with key benefits for customers including durable wear characteristics, cost efficiency, and the ability to effectively scrub aggregates and float out clays/silts/lights (wood/plastics) on one chassis.

Second in the line-up is the AggreScalp, a versatile, heavy-duty, and high-performance screening solution that has the flexibility to operate as a two-way or three-way split screener. The highly aggressive screen can accept media including bofor bars, finger screens, woven mesh, and 3D punch plates, which allows it to be used across a wide variety of applications.

Finally, the Terex Washing Systems longstanding and reliable FM 120 Bucket Wheel offers high-capacity sand washing, ideal for demanding applications. The highly efficient dewatering unit removes silts, slimes and clays from sand to produce up to two saleable products in applications including concrete, mortar and asphalt sands, quarry dust/crushed fines, lake and beach sands, silica sand, golf course sands, filter bed sands, recycled materials and iron ore.

For more than 65 years, Terex Washing Systems has been a provider of washing solutions for aggregates and recycling operations worldwide. The team collaborates with customers to deliver complete, end-to-end sustainable solutions, transforming waste into valuable resources, and contributing to a cleaner, more efficient world.

The team is celebrating five years of in-house engineering and manufacturing of their own filter presses, which provide an efficient, well contained, process to provide clean water to be reused indefinitely within the wash plant. This process ensures that the recycled water entering back into the washing process is clean, which helps meet stringent quality standards and enhances the marketability of the washed sand and aggregates.

Terex Washing Systems team of washing experts look forward to connecting with customers at Hillhead to discuss how they can unlock the value in waste. Book a 30-minute demo of STREAM and/or secure a meeting with the team of experts by visiting www.terex.com/washing/hillhead-show-2024.

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