A family-owned recycling and plant hire company has bought its first crusher from Finlay Plant Northern. ugg classic mini Sanders Plant and Waste Management Ltd – based in Morpeth, Northumberland – previously hired crushers, but had a Terex Finlay J-1170 out on demonstration in the summer and was so impressed with the machine’s power-house performance that the company purchased the crusher and it never left the site. “We’d talked about the possibility of buying a crusher for a long time and we finally decided to have one out on demonstration,” says Managing Director, Carl Sanders. timberland 6-inch premium “It did a brilliant job and it made sense for us to buy it. “Since then we’ve processed and sold material far faster and more efficiently than we’ve managed to achieve prior.” The Terex Finlay J-1170 is processing inert waste brought to the site from demolition sites across Northumberland and Tyne and Wear. nike air max 2017 pas cher At a rate of 120 tonnes per hour, the J-1170 is crushing material to 50mm as well as separating the fines. Adidas Zx The compact and aggressive tracked primary crusher, features a hydrostatically driven Terex jaw chamber providing high capacity with large reduction ratios.Other features include a variable speed VGF and integrated prescreen, boasting excellent throughput – well-suited for quarrying, mining, demolition and recycling applications. With its compact dimensions, and weighing just 48.8 tonnes, the Terex Finlay J-1170 is cheaper to transport making it the ideal machine to join Sanders Plant and Waste Management’s growing hire fleet. nike air max bw “This is the first time we’ve dealt with Finlay Plant Northern and we’ve been really happy with them,” says Sanders. “Working together we’ve managed to find a machine that best suits the company.” “The J-1170 is proving to be the ideal machine for Sanders Plant and Waste Management,” says Charlie Nairn, managing director of Finlay Plant Northern.