Terex is continuously incorporating new innovations and latest technologies across all domains of crushing, screening, washing and material handling.
The sand manufacturing market is expected to grow further with more states banning the use of river sand as the only option is to use manufactured sand for building and infrastructure construction. Terex provides one-step solution to all the sand manufacturing needs from crushing to screening, washing and stockpiling them.
The company has launched FM 120 Conexus Wash Plant with water recovery system this year and will be displaying it at the bauma CONEXPO INDIA.FM120 Conexus Washing System’s unique features include an automated control system and a small plant footprint.
Our popular cone with a modular structure- MTC 1000will be also on display.Due to infrastructure projects like Bharatmala, Sagarmala, railway and airport expansion projects, huge demand for crushers and screeners is expected. The equipment are proven for handling the toughest applicationand are operating in extreme conditions with the most difficult minerals in the mining industry.
Terex has developed a comprehensive range of robust, reliable and efficient bulk material handling and stockpiling solutions. Each of our conveying products provides mobility and flexibility in a wide range of free flowing bulk material applications including aggregates, ores, coal, woodchips, pellets, fertilisers, grains and truck loading. The TC 80 Track conveyor is a unique product for Indian market and has been designed for moving or stockpiling material efficiently and productively whilst minimising operator and other associated on-site costs.
The Powerscreen Warrior 1200 is the most compact 12-ft scalping screen in today’s market. Building on the success of the Warrior 600, the Warrior 1200 boasts excellent service access, high capacity and a low cost of ownership. A multipurpose heavy duty incline two deck screen, the Warrior 1200 is capable of stockpiling, scalping before and after crushing units, or as a standalone unit.
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