W.S. Tyler has finger on Pulse
First publishedin Aggregates Business Europe & International
W.S. Tyler's Pulse vibration analysis program
W.S. Tyler, the processing arm of Haver & Boecker, has launched the Pulse vibration analysis program.
Led by Dieter Takev, W.S Tyler’s engineering team designed Pulse specifically to monitor the health of vibrating screens to ensure optimum screening performance and equipment durability.
Understanding that small imbalances can lead to substantial and expensive problems, Pulse detects irregularities that could translate into diminished performance, decreased efficiency and increased operating costs for the vibrating screen. The reporting and historical tracking of the machine’s performance gives customers the information needed to minimise downtime and maximise productivity and profits.
The Pulse program gives customers the hardware and software required to instantly record vibrations on their machines, and such data is then transmitted to W.S. Tyler, where it is analysed by the engineering team. The team then issues a report back to the customer including an analysis of the machine’s performance and recommendations for improvement.
If the results are good, the customer has reassurance that the machine is healthy. If the results require a W.S. Tyler technician to examine the machine in person, a service call is scheduled.