What is Pro-Deck?

Pro-Deck combines Haver & Boecker’s signature vibration analysis

with machine inspection and screen media audit to eliminate premature failure, increase production and reduce cost per ton.

A Professional Approach

Determining the ideal blended media solution requires much more than trial and error. It requires a trained professional to delve into the numerous intricacies that impact the bottom line. A Haver & Boecker professional analysis reveals the right combination of open area and wear life appropriate for each of the three phases of screening.

This approach follows five integral process steps that can be applied to deck types using tensioned screen sections or modular screen panels.


 Step One: Vibration Analysis

Our signature system, Pulse, provides the latest innovative vibration analysis technology on the market. Pulse simplifies the monitoring of vibrating screens through complete machine diagnostics. With the system, Haver & Boecker can remotely monitor the health of your vibrating screens, paying close attention to the speed, stroke and overall performance of your vibrating screens. Haver & Boecker collects the information and provides customers with formal report with highlights of the findings.


 Step Two: Machine Inspection

Consider it a check-up for your equipment. This includes an inspection and evaluation of key components as well as a bearing temperature analysis, feed material analysis and screen media inspection.


 Step Three: Screen Media Audit

We combine historical data, onsite discussion and screen media expertise to audit your current screen media to determine where we can make potential improvements.


 Step Four: Recommendation

Your Pro-Deck technician will combine the vibration analysis, machine inspection and screen media audit results to recommend the right blend of screen media for your application as well as the required parts and service for optimum screen performance.


 Step Five: Implementation

Haver & Boecker technicians help implement changes based on the reports, and then measure and record the results. The process begins again with a new vibration analysis to continue to improve screening efficiency.