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Terex introduces AggreStac conveyors

November 24, 2015  By  Andrew Macklin

November 24, 2015 – Terex Washing Systems has enhanced their product portfolio with the announcement of the Terex AggreStac Conveyor Range.

The Terex AggreStac range currently consists of three options, 50ft, 65ft and 80ft. The TWS Design Engineering team considered a wide range of options and features in the new design to aid the customer, some of which included easy and low cost transport costs, which are reflected in the ability of the conveyors to ship in one 40′ container, with track in, track out ability, eliminating crane costs and lengthy set-up times. The Terex AggreStac Conveyor Range shares similar innovative design features to that of TWS latest washing solutions and also comprises tried and tested components used in existing Terex equipment such as rollers, drums and drives.

The design provides a full range of high specification options including full under belt and head drum guarding, radio control movement and setup where required. In addition the Terex AggreStac Conveyors are designed so they easily integrate with existing electrical and hydraulic control systems on TWS equipment. In addition it removes the need for TWS customers to use third party suppliers of auxiliary equipment and instead provides high quality, cost effective stockpiling equipment to complement TWS full range of washing and screening equipment. This makes for more manageable and effective project management, installation and commissioning of one complete washing solution for the customer.

The Terex AggreStac Conveyors have been developed in response to market research, whereby both global distributors and existing TWS global customer base were consulted as part of an insightful research program. Part of the research identified the need for enhanced stockpile solutions, which is now available through the new range as we continually aim to better serve customer’s specific requirements.


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