VIDEO of the Week: Terex Finlay debuts three new portable crushers at its Open Days

Therese Dunphy

October 13, 2017

Terex Finlay Portable Crushers

At Terex Finlay’s Open Days, held Oct. 5 and 6 in Baltimore, four new portable machines were introduced: The J-1160 jaw crusher, J-1170 direct drive jaw crusher, I-120RS impact crusher, and TC-80 tracked conveyor. They joined nine other machines in what Terex Finlay described as the largest display it has ever presented in North America. Hundreds of equipment dealers and customers were on hand for the equipment demonstrations, held at Reliable Contracting Co.’s site in Odenton, Md.

J-1170 Direct Drive

A new direct drive version of Terex Finlay’s J-1170 is designed to maximize fuel efficiency. Powered by a 345-horsepower Tier 4 Final Scania DC09 engine, the direct drive jaw chamber (with a 44- by 28-inch inlet opening) is fitted with an unblock feature to maximize uptime. Its jaw chamber configuration can be set up specifically for quarrying applications. It features a variable speed VGF and integrated prescreen to separate fines more efficiently. Material from the prescreen can be diverted onto a bypass conveyor or join the crush product on the main belt. An 11.7-cubic-yard hopper has hydraulically folding sides for quick set up and tear down. Compact dimensions and quick set up make it suitable for contract crushing and in-pit applications. An optional hydraulic release offers overload protection, making it suitable for demolition and recycling applications.

Crushing and Screening Operation
The J-1160 crusher and TC-80 screen were among the new equipment demonstrated during Terex Finlay’s Open Days in Baltimore.


The J-1160 is a compact tracked mobile primary jaw crusher, designed primarily with recycling in mind. The J-1160 has a 6.5-cubic-yard hopper capacity with a feed height of 11-feet, 2-inches as standard or 12-feet, 6 inches with extensions. Powered by a Tier 4 Final 275-horsepower Cat 7.1 engine, it features a hydrostatic driven single toggle jaw chamber (with a 40- by 24-inch inlet opening) which combines high capacity with large reduction ratios. An automatic variable speed VGF ensures continuous choke feeding of the crushing chamber while the hydrostatic drive ensures precise chamber controls and reverse functionality for clearing blockages. A fully hydraulic adjustable closed-side setting — ranging from 1.5 to 5.5 inches — minimizes downtime and offers quick adjustments.


Based on the I-140, advanced technological design gives the new generation I-120RS improved material flow and production capabilities. Built around the Terex CR038 impact chamber with direct drive and advanced electronic control system, the machine provides operators with high material reduction and a consistent product shape. The control system maintains the speed of the rotor and regulates the heavy-duty feeder and prescreen to maintain a consistent feed of material into the impact chamber. Material from the prescreen can be diverted to a stockpile or join crush product on the main belt. A 7.85-cubic-yard hopper is standard. A key component of the machine is the on-board quick detach 12- by 5-foot two-deck screen. For applications not requiring recirculation of materials for further processing or stockpiling, the complete screening and recirculating system can be quickly detached from the machine. The impactor is powered by a 350-horsepower Tier 4 Final Scania DC09 engine.


The new TC-80 is an 80-foot tracked mobile conveyor designed to be shipped in a 40-foot container for low shipment costs. A 49-horsepower Deutze engine and hydraulic drive provide capacities of up to 400 tons per hour. The 42-inch belt has a maximum discharge height of 34 feet, 6 inches at 28 degrees. The design provides a range of options including full under belt and head drum guarding as well as radio control movement.

In the video below, the TerexFinlay J-1170 Direct Drive Jaw Crusher feeds a C-1150 cone crusher, which in turn feeds a 684 screen plant.


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