It explained that a significant engineering approach being introduced in this model is the material flow through the plant. The flow of material has been significantly improved by increasing the width of components as the material moves through the machine.
The machine features an advanced electronic control system that monitors and controls the speed of the rotor and regulates the heavy-duty vibrating feeder (VGF) with integrated pre-screen to maintain a consistent feed of material into the impact chamber for optimal crushing conditions.
Material from the integrated pre-screen can be diverted to a stock pile via the optional by-pass conveyor, or it may join the crushed product on the main belt.
“The introduction of the Terex Finlay I-140 represents a significant step change in our family of impact crushers,” said Alan Witherow, product manager. “Our field test results of extensive testing have recorded significant productivity increases depending on the application, over the model that it replaces.
“The enhanced material flow process of the plant represents a significant step change to our engineering ethos and in due course will be extended to encompass our range of impact crushers.”