Tag: Tyler F-Class

W.S. Tyler’s first wire weaving mill was founded in September 1872 in Cleveland. Tyler’s company was originally called Cleveland Wire Works, but the name soon changed to W.S. Tyler. Washington Samuel Tyler spent much of his life in Ohio, and a W.S. Tyler production site remains on the east site of Cleveland today in Mentor, Ohio. Photo: Haver & Boecker

P&Q Hall of Fame Profile: Washington Samuel Tyler

February 18, 2019By

Washington Samuel Tyler was a pioneer who set standards for wire products and developed equipment that changed the nature of screening.

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According to Haver & Boecker, the F-Class portable plant can be customized to include a crusher, conveyors or other components for enhanced productivity. The machine is ideal for tough applications, such as scalping and classifying ores, minerals, stones, sand and gravel. Photo courtesy of Haver & Boecker

Haver & Boecker enters the portable plant market

January 21, 2019By

Haver & Boecker recently launched the Tyler F-Class portable plant, positioning the company to more firmly compete in the portable plant space.

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The Tyler F-Class portable plant includes several new technologies to improve setup time and extend equipment longevity in quarry and mining operations. Photo courtesy of Haver & Boecker.

Haver & Boecker debuts F-Class portable plant

November 8, 2018By

The Tyler F-Class portable plant includes several new technologies to improve setup time and extend equipment longevity in quarry and mining operations.

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Haver & Boecker Tyler F-Class Portable Plant

April 16, 2018By

Haver & Boecker’s Tyler F-Class portable plant offers increased mobility to maximize flexibility and ROI for aggregates and mining operations.

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