Haver & Boecker Niagara launches vibrating screen analysis service

By |  August 13, 2020

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Haver & Boecker Niagara’s new service program – Pulse Vibration Analysis Service – uses the company’s Pulse vibration analysis technology to evaluate vibrating screen performance and provide recommendations to increase efficiency and uptime.

The service will help customers minimize unscheduled downtime while achieving production targets, according to the company.

Haver & Boecker Niagara says Pulse detects irregularities that could translate to decreased efficiency, diminished performance, increased operating costs and machine breakdown.

The service program includes a complete vibrating screen inspection by a Haver & Boecker Niagara certified technician and, following the inspection, customers receive a Pulse Diagnostic Report, which provides an analysis of their vibrating screen and recommendations to prevent downtime. Furthermore, all Pulse Diagnostic Reports are storied in an online asset management system, allowing customers access to records of their vibrating screens’ service and performance histories.

“We aim to partner with maintenance managers, reliability engineers and plant managers to thoroughly analyze their screening processes, helping them meet production goals and overcome challenges,” says Wilm Schulz, parts and service manager at Haver & Boecker Niagara. “Our Pulse Vibration Analysis Service offers more than just technology. We want to help out customers by serving as an extension of their maintenance teams, bringing the knowledge of an OEM to help support their operation.”

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