First publishedin Aggregates Business International
Haver & Boecker is offering the Tyler H-Class vibrating screen for fine particle screening.
The company says the H-Class’s high-frequency vibrations efficiently screen hot, dry materials for consistent product output. The heavy-duty, stationary machine is also safe for use in unreinforced structures because its movement is confined to the media, which moves with a fast, small stroke to screen materials through openings ranging from a half-inch (1.27cm) to 100 mesh.
The machine offers two variable speeds, with the running cycle operating at 42-48 Hertz to screen particles. The short burst cycle increases the vibratory motion to 60 Hertz to clean the screen, preventing blinding and increasing productivity.