High Volume Project Calls For Terex Finlay 883+ At John F Hunt Remediation
A leading South East-based land remediation specialist has taken delivery of a new Terex Finlay 883+ to power through high volumes of material produced from a major project.
John F Hunt Remediation has a long-standing relationship with Finlay Group and has hired Terex Finlay 883’s for a number of years.
Now the company – which has its headquarters in Grays, Essex – has opted to purchase the new plant, based on the past performance of the machinery and the service and support received on site.
Supplied by Finlay Plant South East, part of the Finlay Group of companies, the machine is already proving its worth – recording high output levels and powering through 200,000m³ of soil.
Ben Williams, MD of John F Hunt Remediation, said: “It made commercial sense to purchase the 883+ after we secured a significant contract.
“The machine is currently handling high volumes of soil, which it is processing down to 20mm.
“It’s a robust piece of equipment that comes with a solid aftersales service from Finlay Plant South East.
“It’s working very well on site.”
John F Hunt Remediation offers a comprehensive service that includes ground contamination solutions, as well as environmental and remediation contracting and site remediation.
It is part of the John F Hunt specialist group of construction-related companies, a multi-disciplinary organisation that provides additional specialist services and resources including demolition, concrete cutting, asbestos surveying, removal and management, lifting equipment, power services, heavy plant and tool hire.
The scope and scale of the company enables it to continuously invest in high performance machinery.
Leon Sheehy, MD of Finlay Plant South East, helped John F Hunt Remediation specify the 883+. He said: “The 883+ is a versatile machine, which is renowned for its reliability and power.
“It is meeting the demands of the contract and proving an important asset to the company’s operations.”
The Terex Finlay 883+ has the capacity to process at a rate of up to 500 tonnes per hour and has been designed to work on its own or after a primary crusher.
Applications include quarrying, mining, topsoil, recycling, sand, coal and aggregates, as well as construction and demolition debris.
The plant features a modular configuration screen box with a 16’x5’ top deck and bottom deck screen, with additional features such as a cassette option and tines and mesh for the top deck.