H&B Niagara rolls out next-gen vibrating screen

Haver & Boecker Niagara has unveiled its next-generation Niagara T-Class vibrating screen.
January 23, 2023
H&B Niagara’s next-gen T-Class vibrating screen
H&B Niagara’s next-gen T-Class vibrating screen

The new design is said to retain the technical benefits the original concentric technology is known for while improving screening uptime and performance with new features. The T-Class provides producers with a cost-effective, maintenance-friendly solution to process a wide range of materials within the aggregates, mining, industrial minerals, recycling industries and more.

The T-Class deck frame is now primarily lockbolted rather than welded to provide optimum strength, reliability and safety. Lockbolts are proven to be more effective than welding in the demanding, load-bearing, high-vibration operation of a vibrating screen to ensure the machine’s structural integrity. The robustness of the machine also permits cross beams to be positioned and lockbolted every four feet instead of every two feet, allowing for better clearance and easier maintenance.

The new design allows producers to upgrade their vibrating screen with Haver & Boecker Niagara’s new Drop Guard system, further minimising maintenance. The innovative liners provide 100% cross-beam protection, both reducing wear and extending the life of the vibrating screen. The system simply drops over the cross beam with no adhesive or tools required, making installation quick and easy.  

Additionally, Haver & Boecker Niagara redesigned the flat deck frames of the new T-Class vibrating screen for simplified maintenance. The pin & anchor deck frame is adaptable to virtually any pin-style modular screen media. It features polyurethane anchors that are easy to replace and prevent premature wear on the deck frame.

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