Make the old new again – save money
Just because a vibrating screen is showing some wear after years of use doesn’t mean it’s necessarily time for a brand-new piece of equipment. We offer refurbishment services on many of our vibrating screens that includes much more than a fresh coat of paint. Request your refurbishment program now!
What is included?
- Machines can be rebuilt onsite, or at a Haver Service facility, depending on their condition.
- All critical parts are examined to determine if they can be reused, and are documented in a PROcheck Service Report.
- Pulse vibration analysis is used both prior to the refurbishment for complete machine analysis, as well as after the refurbishment to ensure your machine is running to factory specifications.
4 Simple Steps for Vibrating Screen Efficiency
Our refurbishment program consists of 4 simple steps to help you update outdated and inefficient screening equipment with all the bells and whistles of new technology, at a fraction of the cost of buying new. Upgrade your ols vibrating screen, at nearly half the cost of purchasing a new machine – here’s how it works:.
First, determine whether to rebuild or replace your screen’s components. A screening specialist will visit your facility and inspect all critical components — giving a recommendation of parts that can be rebuilt or replaced.
Following the inspection, work with your manufacturer to install re-engineered parts. Incorporating newer components improves screening performance without the expense of buying new.
5. Engineered Screening Studies
Welcome a technician to visit your facility to evaluate your entire screening process — from start to finish. A complete screening consultation results in a smoother, more efficient — and typically, more profitable — operation.
Rebuild, Refurbish or Buy New?
“The Niagara refurbishment program saves you as much as 40% over buying new, all while having the assurance that your refurbished machines will run at peak performance“
Ready to update your mineral processing equipment rather than buy new?