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Major launches integrated smartphone app

By |  April 20, 2020
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Major’s app is available for Apple and Android smarthphone. Photo: Major

Major, a manufacturer of wire screening media, launched a smartphone app to give customers up-to-date information and access to advanced digital tools.

The tool is available for mining and aggregate producers and Major dealers, with customizations for each.

Depending on the type of user, the app includes marketing materials, expert documents and Major’s newsletter. It also integrates with new Major technologies, including the company’s innovative Flex-Mat ID Enabled and the Flex-Mat Sensor.

In addition, the app features an augmented reality measuring tape.

Major launched its app at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2020 in Las Vegas.

“Major is committed to revolutionizing the screen media industry with new technology to improve convenience and profitability,” says Peter Bauer, Major R&D and innovation manager. “That commitment started with Flex-Mat, and now includes a suite of innovations for increased convenience and ease of maintenance. The Major app provides producers and dealers the information they need at their fingertips and integrates with our other recent innovations. We want our customers to know that this is just the beginning.”

Major’s app streamlines customer and dealer processes through the digitization of relevant product information and by integrating with customer processes. App users can scan Flex-Mat panels outfitted with the new ID Enabled chip to immediately see screen media specifications. This makes the reordering process easier by eliminating the need to climb onto the screen deck to measure panels and reducing the potential for mistakenly ordering the wrong size, Major says.

The app also integrates with the new Flex-Mat Sensor screen box vibration analysis tool, giving users the ability to operate the sensor and view vibration analysis reports. The Flex-Mat Sensor enables readings of screen box vibrations within seconds and generates a report that can be sent or reviewed. The sensor allows users to review results and fine-tune their screen machine without shutting down the equipment.

The app is free and available for Apple and Android phones.

Sarah Peecher

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Sarah Peecher is the Digital Media Content Producer for Pit & Quarry. Her experience includes content creation and strategy for both print and digital media, giving her the skills to share stories on websites and social media platforms.

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