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New Drop Guard liners from Haver & Boecker Niagara

Niagara Drop Guard

Easy-to-install wear liners offer 100 percent crossbeam protection for Niagara vibrating screens

HAVER & Boecker Niagara have introduced new Niagara Drop Guard wear liners that provide 100% crossbeam protection for Niagara vibrating screens and can be easily installed on an entire screen deck in as little as 15–20 minutes – a significant time saving compared with traditional liners.

‘Drop Guard is a simple, yet remarkably effective solution for extending the life of a vibrating screen with virtually no prep work required for installation,’ said Duncan High, Haver & Boecker Niagara’s processing equipment technology division manager.


To install, the user simply drops the polyurethane liner over the crossbeam, with no adhesive or tools required. Replacing a Drop Guard is as easy as lifting out the old liner and dropping in a new one.

Common alternatives can require much more downtime. For example, rubber liners are often attached to beams with glue, prolonging the length of the installation and making them difficult to remove quickly for replacement or inspection.

Drop Guard replaces the company’s current Zip Guard and Snap Guard options on next-generation Niagara vibrating screens. Producers also have access to a variety of other liner options from Haver & Boecker Niagara for heightened protection of critical components of a vibrating screen, including feed box, discharge lip, side plates, tension rails, and bar rails.


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