June 14, 2017
Haver & Boecker says its new skid-mounted Hydro-Clean 1000 Wash Plant offers a complete solution by combining a Hydro-Clean 1000 washing system with a Tyler L-Class vibrating rinse screen in a semi-portable setup. The unit processes as much as 200 tons of material per hour using minimal water and power. During the cleaning process, the washed material works its way down the HC1000’s drum, exiting onto a discharge conveyor that leads to the L-Class wash screen, which uses a double-shaft overhead drive system with direct-mounted motors to provide multiple speed and stroke combinations. The vibrating screen removes any remaining dirt or clay as it fractionates the material.
“We’re always looking for ways to solve our customers’ problems and improve their productivity and efficiency,” says Karen Thompson, president of Haver & Boecker Canada, in a press release. “By offering the Hydro-Clean 1000 Wash Plant, we’re saving producers from spending extensive time on engineering and manufacturing a structure for a wash plant. This gives them an opportunity to focus their time and money on improving profits elsewhere in their operations.”
The plant has stairs to eliminate the dangers of carrying parts and tools up ladders during maintenance and servicing. Mechanics can easily use the plant’s catwalks and platforms to reach service points.
The wash plants can be customized to meet customer specifications.