The long life of HAVER screening machines built in 1940 Why buy new when you can modernise?
Monday, November 29th, 2010
For decades HAVER & BOECKER has been offering various refined screening systems that have the right configuration and meet the highest demands for quality, performance and long life and that can be used for practically every application.
The long life of HAVER screening machines was once again recently demonstrated when two screening machines manufactured in 1940 were overhauled at the Machinery Division in Muenster, and then sold to two German customers with very specific applications.
Both machines were equipped with new motors, thus increasing speed and energy efficiency. One of the machines was outfitted with a PS screen, and the other was rebuilt with side-tensioning cross-pieces and tension rails.
In times when companies are still recovering from the economic crisis, HAVER & BOECKER is focussed on retrofitting solutions. Depending on the extent of the overhaul, the expense of a complete machine modernization is in the range of 20 to 60% of the cost of a new machine. This is how HAVER & BOECKER can extend the lifetime of a machine and increase productivity and economy for customers.