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Terex introduces new screen decks

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Terex Minerals Processing Systems (MPS) has recently introduced 5 ft x 16 ft and 6 ft x 16 ft two and three screen decks to its line of ‘V’ Series horizontal screens. The ‘V’ Series screens combine the efficient, high g-force El-Jay 3:1 oval stroke motion with variable slope operation to handle larger deck loads and increase production. The new design also features more steel in the rock zone, with thicker plates and heavier decks for durability.

The LJ-TSV screen has several new features, including a patented low maintenance vibration damper system and patent-pending optional bottom deck deflector plates to boost capacity. A patent-pending variable slope handles larger deck loads and bigger screen openings increase production.

The screens install from 0° up to 10° in 2.5° increments to best fit the application, increasing capabilities to handle larger deck loads and bigger screen openings.

Ed Sauser, Product Manager at Terex Minerals Processing Systems, states, “We are excited to add more new models to the industry leading “V” Series screen line. Variable slope operation gives customers a product that handles more applications than other screens on the market. The increased capabilities, higher production, enhanced durability and ease of maintenance of the LJ-TSV screen make it an industry leader.”

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