W.S. Tyler offers an alternative to machines larger than 10 feet by 24 feet with its Tandem F-Class Vibrating Screen configuration. Placing two 10-foot-by-12- foot F-Class machines in tandem offers many benefits, including cleaner operation, less maintenance and longer life for the structure that houses them.
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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.
W.S. Tyler’s new 13,000-square-foot Hydro-Clean testing facility in Conyers, Georgia, features the company’s Hydro-Clean Test Plant. The new facility, which officially launched in September, gives customers a fast, risk-free option for testing challenging materials to determine profit potential.
W.S. Tyler, the screening solutions company in the mining, aggregate and industrial mineral industries, has named Steve Fair as its new Screen Media Division applications specialist. W.S. Tyler recognized the need to work with its customers to make screen media recommendations based on operation-specific applications and goals, and developed the applications specialist role to meet the demand.
W.S. TYLER, and MAJOR WIRE INDUSTRIES, Candiac, QC, Canada have announced the next stage of their joint partnership. Both manufacturers equally complement one another with the industry’s widest range of screen media solutions including Ty-Wire™ and Flex-Mat®3.
W.S. Tyler has added mobility to the list of benefits of its innovative, highly effective and environmentally friendly Hydro-Clean washing system. The company now offers the ability to mount the machine on a chassis for easy movement from place to place within a quarry or even from jobsite to jobsite.
By combining the durability and longevity of polyurethane with the greater open area and cost-effective characteristics of woven wire cloth, the new Ty-Wire Screen Media from W.S. Tyler offers a highly efficient screening alternative to traditional screen media. Featuring a unique design that delivers up to 80 percent more open area than modular polyurethane, minimizing blinding and virtually eliminating pegging, Ty-Wire increases screening efficiency and operational uptime. Furthermore, the unique hybrid design reduces maintenance costs and enhances product longevity.
Germany’s Haver & Boecker, owner of St. Catharines, Ontario-based W.S. Tyler Canada Ltd., and Montreal-based Major Wire Industries Ltd. formed a global screening alliance starting on January 1, 2012. Bringing together their collective experience of more than 250 years in screening and a broad product line involving vibrating screens, washing and pelletizing equipment and screen media, the alliance seeks to expand growth opportunities while further strengthening their current capabilities with customers throughout North America and globally.