The History of Terex Washing Systems

Historical Overview
Terex Washing Systems is a new product line within Terex that is focused solely on providing solutions to the minerals washing industry. Leveraging the heritage, design innovations and manufacturing efficiencies previously offered by our Powerscreen® and Terex® Finlay wash plants and systems, Terex Washing Systems is now your single source provider of washing equipment within Terex - dedicated in providing reliable, high quality and very productive equipment to meet your minerals washing needs.
Powerscreen through the ages…
1966
Powerscreen International Ltd. was originally set up in 1966 and was initially called Ulster Plant Ltd. It later changed its name to that of today during the 1970’s.
Early 1970’s
The early 70’s also saw the introduction and development of the very first Washing Plant – a UPPC 1000 and a Sand Saver Dewaterer. These were delivered to WD Erwins in Coalisland, Co.Tyrone.
1970’s
The 70’s also saw the introduction of the MK1 and MK11 Rinser range, and all machines changed to hydraulic drive.
Powerscreen began to realize the crucial need and potential opening in the market. They knew that the natural Sand & Gravel supply would soon be exhausted, and with stricter building & construction specifications being written for aggregate usage, they needed to act fast.
Late 1970’s
As technology started to advance in the late 70’s, the Sand Saver Dewaterers soon phased out and were replaced by the more sophisticated and modernized Screw Recovery Dewaterers, later to be called the Trident range.
1980’s
During the 1980’s, the Washing Industry had grown so much that the very first Washing Department was set up in Powerscreen.
Demand was so strong that a whole new washing range was introduced to the market with unprecedented success – The Commander and Static Rinser range to name a few.
 
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Finlay through the ages…
1958
John Finlay made his first block machines.
1961
First Finlay Screening unit introduced.
1976
Screening manufacturing relocated to Omagh, Co. Tyrone.
1999
Acquired by Terex Corporation.
2004
Existing Range 6 - Series Incline Screens 663, 694, 683, 693, Heavy Duty Screen 883.
2005
Terex® Finlay began manufacturing crushers -  Jaw Crusher J- 1175 and Impactor I-1312.
2006
Introduction of Small Impactor I-110 and Heavy Duty Screen 883.
2007
Introduction of Small Jaw Crusher J-1160, Small Recirculating System Impactor I-110RS and Cone Crusher C-1540.
2008
Introduction of Horizontal Screen 984, Cone Crusher with Recirculating system C-1540RS and Jaw Crusher J-1175 Refresh.
2009
Introduction of Large Jaw Crusher J-1480 and Medium Impactor I-130.
2010
Introduction of Medium Cone Crusher C-1550, 6 - Series Incline Screens 694+, 693+, and Heavy Duty Screen 863.
 
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About Terex
Terex Corporation is a diversified global manufacturer of a broad range of equipment that is focused on delivering reliable, customer-driven solutions for many applications, including the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility and manufacturing industries. Terex reports in five business segments: Aerial Work Platforms; Construction; Cranes; Material Handling & Port Solutions; and Materials Processing. Terex offers financial products and services to assist in the acquisition of equipment through Terex Financial Services.  More information can be found at www.terex.com.