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HAVER & BOECKER Machinery Division: Going full circle
At bauma 2022, the HAVER & BOECKER Machinery Division will be demonstrating how elaborately manufactured, valuable powder product can be securely protected and completely used by the end customer - packed in a tightly closed, tear-resistant and clean film packaging. The packing specialist will present a closed recycling circle for these completely residue-empty film bags based on a concrete case study.
HAVER & BOECKER NIAGARA: Screening building materials at a new dimension
HAVER & BOECKER NIAGARA is presenting the new generation of the Niagara T-Class free swinging screening machine live at bauma. The focus will be on all details of a cost-efficient and maintenance-friendly solution for the safe processing of building materials and challenging materials from the mining industry. Visitors will learn how to take digital monitoring of their vibrating screens to a new level with the Pulse Condition Monitoring (Pulse CM).
MAJOR EUROPE: Effective screening with metal mesh and active wire screening
The MAJOR FIT wire mesh will be in the focus of MAJOR EUROPE's exhibition appearance. These are square mesh available from stock with high-strength spring steel wires in Stelmore quality, along with square and rectangular mesh in various materials. Screens made of highheat stainless steels for refractory applications are also available. Visitors to bauma will learn about the FLEX-MAT and FLEX-MAT Modular active wire screens and how they effectively screen at strong vibrations. This enables them to increase throughput, produce a cleaner product and avoid agglomeration of the fine material.
HAVER Particle Analysis: Expertise and innovative analysis systems you can count on
The most important prerequisite for the efficient processing of building materials is a thorough material analysis. At HAVER Particle Analysis, visitors can learn more about the HAVER INLINE systems, which allow them to perform shape and size analysis of their building materials in real time directly on the conveyor belt.
Hall B2, stand 149