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Major Wire Industries Limited

Address 225 North Montcalm Blvd., Candiac, QC, J5R 3L6, CA
Email [email protected]
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Major Wire Partners with W.S. Tyler to Provide Flex-Mat 3 in Alberta And British Columbia

Montreal-based Major Wire Industries Limited has partnered with their affiliate company W.S. Tyler, with locations in Edmonton, Alberta and Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada to represent Major Wire’s Flex-Mat 3 High-Performance Screen Media solutions in both tensioned and modular versions for aggregate, mining and recycle operations. In addition to Major Wire screen media solutions, W.S. Tyler also provides its customers with woven wire, vibrating screens and washing technology.

A stronger alternative to traditional woven wire

OptimumWire woven wire screen media provides up to 40 percent longer wear life when compared to traditional woven wire of the same diameter. It is manufactured with a high carbon and high manganese content, providing more resistance to abrasion and better performance for aggregate screening operations. Its high ductility, hardness and tensile strength make it less susceptible to breaking in high impact conditions and with highly abrasive materials, so it lasts longer and minimizes labour, maintenance and lost production costs. Many operations using OptimumWire can also increase open area by choosing one smaller wire diameter size to maximize material throughput without sacrificing wear life.
OptimumWire is manufactured with the industry’s most stringent wire opening tolerance of plus or minus three percent, so producers can achieve precise material passing for the screen’s entire life. Each screen is woven with zero tolerance to any type of movement within the crimp or weave, which prevents the wires from rubbing against each other during use. On larger wire diameters, OptimumWire is manufactured from true hard-drawn wire, unlike most traditional woven wire that is made of “rod” that varies in diameter throughout its length and creates inconsistent crimping. Hard-drawn wire is consistent throughout, providing proper crimping and weaving, and increased durability.
OptimumWire is available in a variety of crimp styles, including Double-Weave for high-impact loads and larger feed sizes, HyperSlot, and square and slotted wire. Wire diameters range from .047 inches to .750 inches with openings from .125 inches to 6 inches.

Screen improves production

Flex-Thane is a flat-deck, Flex-Mat screen solution that combines the performance of Major Wire’s Flex-Mat technology with the easy replacement of polyurethane and rubber panels. This virtually eliminates blinding and pegging problems on flat-surface screen decks. Its independently vibrating wires, bonded in place with the distinctive lime-green polyurethane strips, also provide more open area for far greater throughput, higher production and better efficiency than polyurethane and rubber screens in hard-to-screen applications. Flex-Thane’s modular panels install easily on most common flat-surface screen decks, similar to traditional polyurethane and rubber panels.

Flex-mat screen solution improves production

Flex-Thane is a flat-deck Flex-Mat screen solution that combines the performance of Major Wire’s Flex-Mat technology with the easy replacement of polyurethane and rubber panels to virtually eliminate blinding and pegging problems on flat-surface screen decks. Its independently vibrating wires, bonded in place with the distinctive lime-green polyurethane strips, also provide more open area for far greater throughput, higher production and better efficiency than polyurethane and rubber screens in hard-to-screen applications. Flex-Thane’s modular panels install easily on most common flat-surface screen decks, similar to traditional polyurethane and rubber panels.

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