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Haver & Boecker Niagara’s Ty-Max uses a specially formulated polyurethane that is open cast, giving it a 20 to 30 percent longer wear life than injection-molded alternatives. The durable qualities make the screen media ideal for the mining and aggregates industries. Go to photo
Haver & Boecker Niagara’s Ty-Max uses a specially formulated polyurethane that is open cast, giving it a 20 to 30 percent longer wear life than injection-molded alternatives. The durable qualities make the screen media ideal for the mining and aggregates industries.

Ty-Max Polyurethane Screen Media from Haver & Boecker Niagara Maximizes Longevity While Reducing Pegging

Ty-Max screen media from Haver & Boecker Niagara maximizes uptime on challenging wet or dry screening applications. Ty-Max is poured using open cast technology and permanently hardens when cured to maintain its chemical properties, so it resists wear and tear. The polyurethane also wears exponentially longer than wire cloth and handles direct feed better, maximizing productivity by reducing change-outs. Additionally, Ty-Max features an internal wire grid as thick as 9.5 millimeters (3/8 inch) to reinforce the screen – something modular polyurethane products do not offer.

Haver & Boecker Niagara is featuring its Ty-Max engineered screen media in Hall B2, Booth 149 at bauma 2019 in Munich.

In addition to durability and efficiency, Ty-Max is designed to save on conversion and maintenance costs. Tensionable hooks come standard with Ty-Max screen sections, eliminating the hassle of deck conversions that can cost thousands of dollars. Typically, a switch from a woven wire cloth, which requires a cambered deck, to a polyurethane modular product requires a deck conversion costing anywhere from US$5,000 to US$15,000. However, Ty-Max is hooked for a cambered deck to eliminate the need for a deck conversion, making it ideal and cost-effective for both the aggregate and mining industries.

Haver & Boecker Niagara’s Ty-Max screen media eliminates costly deck conversions that are typically required when switching from wire cloth, which requires a cambered deck, because it can be hooked for a cambered deck.

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Ty-Max features square or slotted tapered openings to easily release near-sized material. The top of each opening is narrower than the bottom, helping prevent pegging, which means more profits through improved efficiency and less downtime.

Haver & Boecker offers several Ty-Max options to fit a variety of applications. Standard Ty-Max easily manages most operations where bar rail spacing is up to 304.8 millimeters (12 inches), while heavy-duty Ty-Max handles higher impact applications and deep bed depths on vibrating screens with bar rail spacing up to 406.4 millimeters (16 inches). The heavy-duty sections feature thicker wire reinforcements for withstanding large top sizes and heavy material. Finally, Dual Durometer Ty-Max features a top layer that is softer than the bottom to alleviate pegging. Also, the durable polyurethane easily absorbs the impact in wet or dry applications.

Optional features include high-temperature Ty-Max for applications requiring the screen to withstand high heat. There is also a specially formulated flex membrane that uses increased flexibility to force particles through openings, reducing blinding. Haver & Boecker also offers screen media with blank sections to increase wearability in impact areas.

Ty-Max openings range from 2.38 millimeters to 101.6 millimeters (3/32 inch to 4 inches). The screen media is compatible with any vibrating screen brand and can handle material top sizes up to 304.8 millimeters (12 inches), depending on particle type, drop height, rail spacing and feed method.

Haver & Boecker’s certified technicians work directly with aggregates and mining operations to determine the best screen media for each unique business.

Source: Haver & Boecker

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