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Advances in Crushing & Processing help cut production costs, reduce maintenance, improve ROI and raise output for producers

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When you think about crushers, screens and other equipment for use in quarries and aggregates production, it might seem that there isn’t much more that could be done to improve performance, reduce costs, increase equipment life and reduce servicing. Yet that is exactly what is happening, as this equipment report shows. 

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Haver & Boecker Hydro-Clean 1000 Wash Plant offers semi-portability on custom skid structure

Haver & Boecker introduced the skid-mounted Hydro-Clean 1000 Wash Plant as a complete solution at CONEXPO. In addition to a Hydro-Clean 1000 washing system combined with a Tyler L-Class vibrating rinse screen, Haver & Boecker now offers semi-portability by mounting the complete system on a custom skid structure. The opportunity to purchase the three components together saves operations months of time they would have spent on designing and building a skid structure for a wash plant. The new package delivers maximum serviceability in a small footprint.

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Volvo Launches 48-Hour Parts Delivery Guarantee

When you need parts most — Volvo delivers. If a machine should go down, Volvo guarantees parts delivery within 48 hours* in Canada and Hawaii, and within 24 hours in the United States, including Alaska. volvoce.com/parts48.

*Guarantee applies to Class 1 parts orders. 24-Hour Parts Delivery Guarantee in the United States, including Alaska, and a 48-Hour Parts Delivery Guarantee in Canada and Hawaii. See website for complete details.

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Haver Exciters feature upgraded safety, service life and customization options

Haver Exciters, from Haver & Boecker, feature the largest static moment range on the market. Engineers fine-tune the exciters to ensure the vibrating screen has the correct static moment – or pull – for optimal screening performance in each application on any size machine.

Haver & Boecker is introducing its own brand of Haver Exciters. The technology’s innovation and large number of weight configurations contribute to improved screening performance, including the largest static moment range on the market, minimal maintenance and long service life due to the exciters’ strength and advanced sealing system.

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Haver & Boecker brings flexibility to jobsites with new portable F-Class vibrating screen

Haver & Boecker’s new portable F-class increases operational flexibility by allowing operators to move it quickly between jobsites.

Haver & Boecker’s new, portable F-Class vibrating screen offers increased mobility to maximize flexibility and ROI for aggregate and mining operations. Each portable F-Class features a base frame that easily attaches to a custom built chassis. The portable plant includes a hydraulic system that positions the vibrating screen at the optimal angle. These two features allow producers to move and setup the portable F-Class in less than 30 minutes in nearly any location.

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Haver & Boecker's NIAflow plant simulation software optimizes mining operations

Developed by Haver & Boecker engineers, NIAflow simulation software helps producers optimize quarry and mine operations by diagramming plant flow, machine placement, input, output and more.

Haver & Boecker has introduced NIAflow plant simulation software. NIAflow helps producers optimize quarry and mine operations by diagramming plant flow, machine placement, product pre-calculations and more.

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Haver & Boecker opens doors to future industry workers

Mining engineering students from the University of Toronto spent a day in January at Haver & Boecker Canada’s facility learning firsthand about different aspects of vibrating screens and screening.

Haver & Boecker, a leading provider of mineral processing systems, opens its doors to future mining engineers. In January, the company gave 27 University of Toronto mining engineering students a firsthand look at the industry. Haver & Boecker engineers presented on various aspects of vibrating screens and the screening process before giving the students a tour of the plant to reinforce what they are learning in class. The company plans to continue the program and offer it to other higher education institutions.

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Haver & Boecker launches new time-saving Split-Bucket Mounting System

Haver & Boecker’s new Tyler F-Class Dynamic Split-Bucket System offers operators simplified maintenance and, in turn, cuts service downtime in half.

Haver & Boecker has introduced its Tyler F-Class Split-Bucket Mounting System, which offers simplified maintenance and bearings change outs for operators and, in turn, cuts service downtime in half. The rubber mount housing, or split-bucket system, provides operators easy access to critical components, such as rubber mounts and body brackets.

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Haver & Boecker appoints new sales managers for British Columbia and Quebec

Dave Warden - Certified Sales Manager serving British Columbia, and Mario Tremblay - Certified Sales Manager serving Quebec.

Haver & Boecker, a manufacturer in processing, handling, mixing, packing, filling, palletizing and loading systems, recently named Dave Warden and Mario Tremblay certified sales managers. Warden, who has a background in construction industry sales, will serve British Columbia and Tremblay, who has extensive industry experience, will cover Quebec.

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Haver & Boecker’s 1943 Tyler vibrating screen still hard at work

Waterford Group operators stand in front of a 73-year-old Tyler F-Class vibrating screen. The four-bearing screen was called a Ty-Rock Screen when R.E. Law Crushed Stone bought it in 1943. It’s been in operation most years since.

Haver & Boecker Tyler brand vibrating screen remains an important part of an aggregates operation more than 70 years after its purchase. The R.E. Law Crushed Stone quarry near Port Colborne, Ontario, bought its oldest operating Tyler F-Class on March 20, 1943. The vibrating screen shipped two months later. The machine was then sold to Hard Rock Paving Co. along with the quarry in 1977. The Waterford Group bought the operation in 2008 and uses the F-Class at a quarry in Uxbridge, Ontario. Its operators say it still works flawlessly.

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Haver & Boecker introduces three-year leasing for pulse vibration analysis service

Pulse program monitors the health of vibrating screens to ensure optimum screening performance and equipment durability.

Haver & Boecker has announced a three-year leasing option for its Pulse vibration analysis service program, giving mining and aggregate customers insight to their equipment’s performance. The leasing options – basic and professional – fit small and large operations. Both programs include an industrial-grade tablet computer, eight tri-axial sensors, a monthly maintenance package and optional expert analysis reports.

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