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Wear parts for aggregate operations

By |  June 2, 2022
Photo: ME Elecmetal

Photo: ME Elecmetal

ME Elecmetal designs solutions to help customers achieve their goals by combining crusher wear parts with technology tools, advice, training and monitoring. According to ME Elecmetal, its crusher liners are produced using the optimal blend of high-performance alloys and never taking shortcuts in the heat-treating and quenching processes. ME Elecmetal says its premium crusher liners are available with M1-14 percent, M2-18 percent and 21 percent manganese content. In addition, ME Elecmetal says its long-wearing liners will help reduce the overall cost per ton of processed crushed rock.


Slab breaker jaws a solution for recycling concrete, asphalt

Photo: Columbia Steel

Photo: Columbia Steel

Columbia Steel’s high-toothed and slab breaker jaws are engineered for breaking sedimentary rock and recycling road materials. The jaws are based on Columbia’s traditional and high-tooth designs, with additional raised slab breakers placed in pitch with the conventionally located teeth. The number of slab breakers is in proportion to the width of the size and model of the jaw crusher, Columbia says. Operators can set discharge settings for a reasonable opening and still break slabs that otherwise would flow through the crusher. The slab breaker designs are available for dozens of crusher makes and models.


Urethane wear parts for aggregate equipment

Photo: Durex Products

Photo: Durex Products

Durex Products offers several wear part solutions that provide long-term protection for equipment. The company provides standard wear parts, and it will design and build custom solutions. According to Durex, urethane wear parts will greatly outlast the typical steel parts used for sizing and separating on screens, classifiers, dewatering screws and various chutes and transfer areas. The company also says its wear parts combat impact, abrasion, noise and sticking in wet or dry applications.


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