Global Haver & Boecker brand brings crushing, screening innovation

By |  April 25, 2019
Each Each N-Class vibrating screen is equipped with Haver & Boecker’s Ty-Rail system, which is designed to cut media replacement time by simplifying the process. Photo courtesy of Haver & Boecker

Each Each N-Class vibrating screen is equipped with Haver & Boecker’s Ty-Rail system, which is designed to cut media replacement time by simplifying the process. Photo courtesy of Haver & Boecker

Haver & Boecker established a global brand, Haver & Boecker Niagara, that combines the engineering expertise and product portfolios of its three mineral processing locations in Brazil, Canada and Germany.

According to Haver & Boecker, the three locations previously acted individually for their respective regions and territories. Customers around the world will now benefit from shared innovative technology, more in-depth consultations, greater parts availability and better delivery times, the company says.

The Haver & Boecker Niagara brand was a company highlight at Bauma 2019.

“Niagara now stands for a new, global drive in processing technology,” says Adrian Gamburgo, director of corporate business development at Haver & Boecker. “These three Niagara locations will join forces and together focus on developing innovations in screening, washing and pelletizing technology, as well as increasing their regional service reach.”

Haver & Boecker Niagara combines talents and skills in four main areas: heavy-duty scalping, full-circle consultation, wide-body screening, and washing and pelletizing.

“Each location has different yet complementary strengths,” says Karen Thompson, president of Haver & Boecker’s Canadian operation. “The union allows us to combine these strengths for better results for our customers and the industries we serve.”

Crushing tech

Haver & Boecker Niagara provides crushing plant systems with a variety of components, including impact, jaw, cone or roller crushers, Haver screens or rolling screens, push feeders, apron conveyors and Haver vibrating feeders. Photo courtesy of Haver & Boecker

Haver & Boecker Niagara provides crushing plant systems with a variety of components, including impact, jaw, cone or roller crushers; Haver screens or rolling screens; push feeders; apron conveyors; and Haver vibrating feeders. Photo courtesy of Haver & Boecker

Several Haver & Boecker Niagara equipment developments were highlighted at Bauma, including turnkey solutions for primary crushing plants.

Haver & Boecker Niagara is offering primary crushing plants in a variety of configurations for pre-crushing, secondary crushing, and tertiary crushing in the aggregate and mining industries.

“We’re entrenched in the mining and aggregates industries and are dedicated to each customer’s profitability and success,” says Peter Grotjohann, managing director of Haver & Boecker’s German facility. “We use our industry experience and work closely with each operation to design comprehensive primary crushing plant systems with the highest level of durability, service and flexible design so each customer can find the best plant for their operation.”

Haver & Boecker Niagara is offering turnkey primary crushing plant solutions through customer-oriented project support, from initial concept to the production phase. In addition to coordinating the physical plant, Haver & Boecker Niagara is offering structural building engineering at the start, including verifiable statics calculation.

Additionally, the brand is providing crushing plant systems with a variety of components, including impact, jaw, cone or roller crushers; Haver screens or rolling screens; push feeders; apron conveyors; and Haver vibrating feeders.

Screening tech

Another Haver & Boecker Niagara development, the Niagara N-Class vibrating screen, was featured at Bauma.

According to the company, the Niagara N-Class is designed to optimize crushing plants and screening operations through its ability to screen as much as 5,000 tph.

The Niagara N-Class is designed for tough jobs, such as scalping and classifying ores, minerals, stones, and sand and gravel in aggregate and mining applications.

“The Niagara N-Class is a one-of-a-kind machine with the ability to productively accomplish screening tasks other vibrating screens have difficulty with,” Grotjohann says. “The machine offers our customers an ideal solution for improving crushing plant efficiency and classifying coarse materials, therefore improving profits.”

The N-Class offers one to three screen decks and features an advanced single-eccentric shaft design that’s supported by four high-performance, double-spherical roller bearings, the company says. The N-Class is dynamically balanced to minimize dynamic loads transferred into the structure and allows multiple screens to be placed side by side in the same building.

Washing tech

Ideal for use in clay-heavy material deposits, the Hydro-Clean is fed contaminated material via a hopper into its vertical drum. Photo courtesy of Haver & Boecker

The Hydro-Clean is fed contaminated material via a hopper into its vertical drum. Photo courtesy of Haver & Boecker

Haver & Boecker Niagara’s Hydro-Clean washing system was also showcased at Bauma.

The system cleans deleterious material from aggregate and minerals while reducing water consumption by as much as 75 percent and energy costs by up to 15 percent over traditional washing systems, the company says.

“We want to ensure our customers maintain the highest efficiency and achieve maximum ROI,” Grotjohann says. “The Hydro-Clean washing system is one of a kind. It helps us to achieve this initiative by quickly and thoroughly cleaning materials to provide our customers with more sellable product and minimize material and resource waste.”

Kevin Yanik

About the Author:

Kevin Yanik is the editor-in-chief of Pit & Quarry magazine. Yanik can be reached at 216-706-3724 or kyanik@northcoastmedia.net.

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