Test sieve shakers of HAVER & BOECKER convince at the traditional particle analysis of 3 to 20 kg bulk material for decades.
Sep 09 2019 Read 327 Times
Based on 130 years of experience in wire weaving technology, HAVER & BOECKER offers innovative systems for the analysis of particles which continuously set new standards in function, precision and reliability. Standardised analysis sieves for manual sieving, conventional sieving and dry or wet screening with mesh opening sizes ranging from 5 µm to 125 mm are offered. As a manufacturer of screening machines HAVER & BOECKER is able to react quickly and precisely to customer wishes. The main feature of the electromagnetic 3D laboratory screening machine for dry or wet screening is its self-regulating amplitude. For the TYLER Ro-Tap® model the main feature is the mechanical rotational and tapping movement. With its two AC motors the HAVER UWL 400 is ideally suited for coarse and heavy material samples. The new HAVER CSA software allows computer-aided evaluation of test analyses. It is available in three versions, which are distinguished by their function. With help of the Data Matrix Code (DMC) and a scanner sieve details can automatically be imported into the sieve file of the CSA (Computerised Sieve Analysis) software.
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