Haver & Boecker Niagara publishes two guides to solve common screening challenges
Haver & Boecker Niagara has expanded its dedicated PROcheck service program with two new educational guides. The company's service examines the potential in every segment of an operation's screening process to solve material handling challenges and to keep equipment running at ideal performance.
The first guide, titled "Finding the Sweet Spot, Your Guide to Optimal Screening," helps producers better understand the relationship between opening, open area, and wear life and how to optimize their vibrating screens for ideal throughput and product quality. By analyzing the three phases of screening – layered, basic, and sharp – Haver & Boecker Niagara can help producers find the ideal combination of open area and wear life in each phase by blending the right types of screen media to achieve desired product specifications.
The second guide, "Boost Productivity with Double Eccentric Technology," offers producers four methods to maximize screening action, reduce vibration into their structures, improve stratification, and prevent equipment damage. By integrating systems like double eccentric screening technology, screen media, and diagnostic tools, producers can prevent the risk of blinding, pegging, carryover, or contamination.
Both educational guides complement Haver & Boecker Niagara's PROcheck, a program dedicated to keeping operations running. PROcheck uses Haver & Boecker Niagara's experience in diagnostics, processing equipment, screen media, original parts, rebuilds and upgrades, services, plants, systems, and process engineering to inspect screening processes in order to recommend best practices for screening proficiency. The program follows an eight-point inspection, including a thorough analysis of the vibrating screen and screen media. All observations and recommendations are recorded in a report.
"The addition of these two new educational guides complements PROcheck and demonstrates our continued commitment to providing our customers with a full suite of tools that enhance their screening process," said Kristen Randall, marketing manager of Haver & Boecker Niagara's North American and Australian operations.