Flannery’s new jaw crusher
- 10 December 2010
- Company & Industry News
Flannery Plant Hire (Oval) has expanded its modern fleet with the delivery of a new Terex Finlay J-1175 Jaw Crusher from Finlay Plant SE - introduced to convert demolition waste from across North London into high grade recycled material.
The J-1175 works with an existing Terex Finlay 663 screen at Flannery's Wembley site to convert construction and demolition waste into five sizes of material — used predominantly as pipe fill for the utilities sector. It features a Jaques crusher and a heavy-duty undercarriage for on site mobility.
It also includes a heavy-duty vibrating grizzly feeder with automatic control to regulate the feed into the crusher, a hydrostatic drive and reverse crushing action to assist in clearing blockages.
Leon Sheehy, managing director of Finlay Plant SE, says: "The Terex Finlay J-1175 Jaw Crusher works with the existing Terex Finlay 663 on site to deliver a clean, valuable product at a high tonnage level."
Flannery Plant Hire (Oval) Limited was founded over 35 years ago by Patrick Flannery. Since 1972, it has progressed to become a leading provider of London plant hire equipment, machine operatives, labour and support to the major construction, utility and associated service industries.
The company's headquarters are adjacent to the new Wembley football stadium. It currently recycles more than 90% of the construction and demolition material processed at the site.
Martin Flannery, a director of Flannery Plant Hire (Oval) says: "We wanted a machine that could cope with demanding conditions and operate with the minimum of downtime. The plant is supported by good service and back up support from Finlay Plant SE."