H&B Announce Next-Gen Niagara T-Class Vibrating Screen
Haver & Boecker Niagara, St. Catharines, Ontario, announced the next-generation Niagara T-Class vibrating screen. Its new design retains the original concentric technology while improving screening uptime and performance with new features, according to the manufacturer. For example, the T-Class deck frame is now primarily lock bolted, rather than welded. The machine also permits cross beams to be positioned and lock bolted every 4 feet, allowing for better clearance and easier maintenance, according to the manufacturer.
The new vibrating screen includes Haver & Boecker Niagara’s new Drop Guard system. Innovative liners are designed to provide 100% cross beam protection. The system drops over the cross beam with no adhesive or tools required.
The manufacturer also 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 designed to prevent premature wear on the deck frame. Additionally, the open design of the modular deck prevents material build-up on the bar rails. The cap & slide deck frame is adaptable to virtually any groove style modular screen media and features full rail protection.
The T-Class can also be manufactured for side-tensioned or bottom deck end-tensioned screen media. Each new side-tensioned machine comes with Haver & Boecker Niagara’s signature Ty-Rail™ quick-tensioning system.
For more information, contact Duncan High or visit the H&B website.