Haver & Boecker have released their new Tyler F-Class Split-Bucket Mounting System which provides simplified maintenance and bearings change outs for operators, minimising downtime.
The rubber mount housing, or split bucket system, provides operators easy access to important components such as rubber mounts and body brackets.
The Tyler F-Class Vibrating Screens feature an upgraded mounting system which includes 16 rubber mounts and four body brackets.
The split-bucket rubber mount includes a two-piece body bracket, which enables operators to remove the side arm and bucket in one piece. Prior to these improvements, in order to remove the side arm technicians had to disconnect the rubber mounts and remove 15 bolts. Now the process is simplified, with technicians able to remove the side arm and split-buckets off of the screen as a whole assembly – reducing the number of bolts removed to eight.
The F-Class includes the four bearing Tyler design, which allows for multiple machine installations within the same building or structure. It’s also suitable for screening situations that require consistent, load-independent performance at constant g-force in all operational modes. With the right media choice, it virtually eliminates blinding and pegging. The F-Class is designed to handle tough applications; it can scalp and classify ores, minerals, stones, sand, and gravel.
Karen Thompson, president of Haver & Boecker Canada, said the F-Class four bearing design minimises structural vibration, delivering a consistent stroke that two-bearing screens cannot provide. “However, because of its unique design, common maintenance, such as changing the rubber mounts and accessing critical components, took extra time,” she added.
“This is why we worked with our customers to address this challenge and design the F-Class split-bucket design. Its innovative design provides the best, most efficient vibrating screen, while still being easy to service.”
The F-Class includes a standard 18-month warranty from the date of shipment, 12 months from the installation date or 6,000 operation hours — whichever comes first. The warranty can be increased with optional warranty upgrade packages. Uptime, an optional 36-month warranty package, offers a full-service approach to equipment optimisation — from parts inspection and equipment assessment to screen media evaluation.