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W.S. Tyler launches Innovation Department


July 10, 2014
By W.S. Tyler

July 10, 2014, St. Catherines, Ont. – W.S. Tyler has
dedicated a team of engineers to a new department focused specifically on
innovation, design and engineering. The Innovation Department constantly works
with its global subsidiaries within the Haver & Tyler group, to develop new
breakthroughs that improve machine performance and customer profitability.

July 10, 2014, St. Catherines, Ont. – W.S. Tyler has
dedicated a team of engineers to a new department focused specifically on
innovation, design and engineering. The Innovation Department constantly works
with its global subsidiaries within the Haver & Tyler group, to develop new
breakthroughs that improve machine performance and customer profitability.

 

Haver & Tyler originally formed an Innovation Department
in Germany in 2008 to keep a clear focus on innovation. The new W.S. Tyler
department based in North America builds on that success.

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Dieter Takev, engineering and technology manager, says the
W.S. Tyler Innovation Department is developing new technologies and
incorporating advancements from other companies within the Haver & Tyler
group. By forming a department strictly focused on improvements for existing
machinery and brand-new technologies, W.S. Tyler is able to provide more
advanced technologies and products, as well as better service for customers.

 

“We’ve dedicated specific resources to our company’s
research and development. To offer our customers tools to be successful, we
need to reinforce our position as the industry leader in continually developing
solutions that enhance profitability,” Takev said. “This department does that,
and the results are stronger partnerships in helping customers grow.”

 

W.S. Tyler’s Innovation Department is working to develop
high-pressure washing technology for typical applications in North America,
where high tonnage outputs and mobile units are in high demand. Further, the
team has been developing its vibration analysis technology for vibrating
screens so it can be integrated with Wi-Fi and cloud-based technologies. Since
it was formed, the Innovation Department developed the 10-foot tandem F-Class
machines and has invested in component improvements to reduce stresses by 60
percent, all while keeping the same footprint, weight and price for the
machines.

 

Takev said the combination of North and South
America-specific solution development with technologies established for the
European market makes this concept uncommon in the industry.

 

“We don’t just do research and development,” he said. “We
combine our global talent to ensure that the innovation we bring to each
continent meets and exceeds the needs of the customers there.”


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