Mineral processing technology specialist Haver & Tyler has expanded its global footprint by establishing an Australian branch in Perth, Western Australia. Haver Australia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of German-based Haver Group, which has more than 125-years of experience in developing and producing mineral processing technology for the resource sector.

Haver Australia has a strong focus on all aspects of the screening circle, from particle analysis and screen media, to vibrating screens and processing technology, as well as screening services. It is the company’s mission to bring new approaches and technologies to the market place.

“We have the opportunity to service the region’s resource sector, as the Australian subsidiary was set-up to not only better service its existing customer base in the region, but to extend its services offering to potential clients within the sector,” says Haver Australia technical manager Dominik Vennewald.

“The facility we have established in WA, gives our customers direct local access to technology that will create better efficiencies in their operations, a wide range of readily available spare parts, as well as access to our technical experts,” he says.

Haver Australia has a range of technology on offer to the local resource sector. “When it comes to processing, we have a range of innovative mineral processing machines for screening, washing and pelletizing, which are customized to meet the clients’ needs,” Dominik Vennewald says.

“Some of our core technologies include our premium F-Class vibrating screen - the only solution for challenging screening applications requiring minimal vibration transmission during operation. This allows for multiple machine use within the same building or structure without the same reinforcing measures required to house traditional vibrating screens.”

The F-Class is also ideal for screening situations that require consistent, load independent performance at constant G-Force in all operational modes. Featuring a unique and reliable, proven four-bearing technology, the F-Class minimizes structural vibration and delivers a consistent stroke, which two-bearing screens cannot provide, and with the right media choice virtually eliminates blinding and pegging. As it has the ability to handle the toughest applications, the F-Class is designed and built for scalping and classifying of ores, minerals, stones, sand and gravel.

Meanwhile, for clients who do not get their screen efficiency related to screen media, Haver Australia is offering the Pro-Deck approach. “The Pro-Deck consultative approach is a five-step process we are offering clients to maximize their screening system,” Dominik Vennewald explains. “The first step is our signature vibration analysis, with the second being the inspection of the vibrating screen to ensure the equipment is running well before we even get on to the screen media. This is then followed by a screen media audit.”

Once all the data has been collected and the critical section(s) within the screen have been determined, a recommendation for screen media modification is provided to the client and appropriate screen media is implemented.
Upon installation of the new screen media, the results are measured and documented. From here, the process is continually repeated to maximize screening efficiency by ensuring the vibrating screen is running optimally, and customers are not wasting time on unnecessary change-outs or money on screen sections that aren’t right for their process.

“We want to further assist our clients and other companies in the Australian mining sector to improve their profits, through using the innovative machinery and equipment the company has on offer,” Dominik Vennewald says.

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