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Haver & Boecker Niagara offers primary crushing plant systems

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Haver & Boecker Niagara, a company that develops screening machines for the raw material process industry, offers rugged primary crushing plants in a wide variety of configurations for pre-crushing, secondary and tertiary crushing in the mining and aggregates industries.

Haver & Boecker Niagara offers primary crushing plant systems

From design to installation, the manufacturer provides turnkey systems engineered and built to individual specifications. The company will work with any crusher and peripheral component manufacturers to ensure the best plant matches requirements.

The company highlighted its primary crushing plant systems in at bauma 2019 in Munich.

In addition to coordinating the physical plant, the company offers structural building engineering at the start, including verifiable statics calculation. The company features transportation management, supervision or the complete package: from assembly and electrical installation to plant start-up and optimization. The company also offers project management, on-site services, operating supplies, components or plant control. Operations also benefit from service and spare parts planning and service contracts.

The company provides crushing plant systems with a variety of components, including impact, jaw, cone or roller crushers, Haver screens or rolling screens, push feeders, apron conveyors and Haver vibrating feeders. The plant systems work with all peripheral components such as maintenance cranes, de-dusting systems, compressed air systems, hydraulics and hammers.

There is a choice of two types of systems, basic or master. Basic is the classic pre-crushing plant that uses the company’s N-Class eccentric screening machine to relieve the primary crusher. It includes a feeder, vibrating screen, crusher and several conveyors. If needed, an additional screen deck screens stony earth either to be screened away or to be fed to production.

The master system allows customers to get the most production and profitability out of their natural mineral deposit. The system provides flexibility for primary crushing stages, especially with non-homogeneous natural deposits. For natural deposits, the operations can use the master system to feed extracted material completely to the production. The system can screen stony soil off to a second vibrating screen for moderate natural material deposits. The system can be configured to completely remove stony soil from difficult natural material deposits.

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