As I understand it - Screen Assistant is a sales aid - useful in ordering a Stewart screen.
One inputs the desired characteristics for the screen and the Screen Assistant finds which model
of the Stewart lineup best fits the desired characteristics, and can be modified to fit those
It doesn't sound like anything particularly useful to the consumer. After all, once you spec the screen
with the aid of your Stewart dealer, there's not much to "adjust" on a screen after it is installed.