Haver & Boecker Niagara F-Class Portable Plant released
Published by John Williams,
Haver & Boecker Niagara has released the Niagara F-Class Portable Plant. The circular motion inclined vibrating screen allows operations to increase production by 25% while making screen media change-outs easier on an inclined vibrating screen.
A circular motion inclined vibrating screen uses gravity to help move material down the screen deck, reducing pegging as well as energy and horsepower requirements. On a 20° incline and at a 70 - 75 ft/min. travel rate, an inclined screen will deliver up to 25% more capacity than a linear-stroke horizontal machine.
Operations like Alberta-based trucking and heavy construction company, Pidherney’s, are consistently reporting production increases of that much or more while using the equipment.
Inclined vibrating screens can make screen media change-outs more difficult and time consuming than on horizontal screens, however. To address this, the portable plant is manufactured with six hydraulic run-on jacks to raise and lower the vibrating screen quickly. Producers gain the production benefits of an inclined screen with the maintenance benefits of a horizontal screen.
The vibrating screen itself is ideal for tough applications, such as scalping and classifying ores, minerals, stones, sand and gravel. The Niagara F-Class has an advanced double eccentric shaft design, supported by four high-performance, double-spherical roller bearings. It is beneficial for screening situations that require consistent, load independent performance at constant g-force. Featuring a four-bearing technology, the vibrating screen delivers a consistent stroke, which two-bearing screens cannot provide.
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