HAVER Australia launches next generation mineral processing technology

HAVER Australia has launched its next generation HAVER FINE-LINE screening machine – a further optimised and technically innovated mineral processing system for fine dry materials.

The new FINE-LINE continues to deliver high-quality screen configuration but at lower operating costs and with significantly improved handling over the previous model.

The FINE-LINE can be used for fine dry material from a cut point of 4mm to 0.1mm – an optimum result is guaranteed, even when treating a material that is difficult to screen.

HAVER Australia General Manager Gabriela Emanuele said: “We have paid close attention to our clients’ needs to increase profits and improve efficiencies. The new FINE-LINE offers an even greater opportunity to upgrade material to a higher quality product or create a saleable product from waste material.”

The new FINE-LINE has a number of major advantages:

  • Quicker and simpler screen cloth exchange enables clients to reduce maintenance time. The improved exchange is achieved through advanced side maintenance doors which allow easy access – the machine operator does not have to get into the machine in order to change the screen media.
  • The optimum tension of the screen cloth has been simplified with a new visual display on the machine’s exterior which presents the correct tension values.
  • Reduced power consumption – performs at just under 0.5 kW/t
  • Effective cleaning cycles combined with self-cleaning-screen cloth reduce clogged particles and ensures consistent product quality.
  • Innovative vibration mode guarantees a constant uniform material feeding over the complete width of the screen with the smallest installation space.
  • Flexible vibrating feeder reduces the installation height avoiding additional the steel construction costs.

The FINE-LINE has a modular design allowing up to three decks. It can be transported world-wide by sea container and has quick on-site installation and commissioning.

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