Take Your Pulse: 3 Ways Vibrating Screen Diagnostics Help Your Bottom Line


As a mining or aggregate producer, you need reliable equipment. Unplanned maintenance and inefficient equipment can reduce your productivity and negatively affect your profits. That’s why more and more turn to diagnostics to prevent issues with operational efficiency.

Diagnostics technology has reached the point where it is possible to monitor vibrating screen performance to unprecedented levels of detail — in real time. Our innovative Pulse vibration analysis technology uses advanced diagnostics to help you achieve maximum productivity.Pulse Vibrating Screen Vibration Analysis

The Pulse system’s eight tri-axial sensors fasten to key areas of a vibrating screen to detect and wirelessly transmit data to an industrial-grade tablet on-site. The instantaneous information can reveal irregularities that result in diminished performance, decreased efficiency and possible safety risks. The data is transmitted to Haver & Boecker’s trained engineers to analyze and interpret it. They report the results to the producer, including recommendations to improve vibrating screen efficiency.

While everyone agrees efficiency is a good thing, consider these specific ways Pulse vibration analysis would benefit your bottom line.

1. Greater safety
Experienced producers know a safe environment is a productive one. Pulse provides the information needed to keep your machines running properly and safely. Thanks to Pulse’s Wi-Fi capabilities, technicians can stand a safe distance from the machine, collecting and monitoring screen performance data out of harm’s way.

2. Less downtime
Vibration analysis can help detect abnormalities, that are impossible to spot visually, before they cause catastrophic failure.Even small irregularities can reducescreen performance or lead to expensive future breakdowns. Pulse allows you to manage performance problems before they occur through preventative maintenance.

3. Better productivity
Pulse helps you achieve maximum productivity levels through real-time data analysis – information that producers can use to optimize screening performance and increase their production. Pulse also stores your vibrating screen’s historical data for easy comparison over time and insightful troubleshooting.

Want to know more about how the Pulse vibration analysis technology works? Contact a Haver & Boecker expert.