Surface Grinding Wear Liner
Surface grinding wear liner or steel liners are used in many applications where friction between two parts or materials creates degradation. Wear liners are expendable items that are used to prevent excessive wear or damage to expensive equipment.
Steel wear liners may bolt onto a machine that slides or rotates in a manufacturing process, while they can also be found where manufactured parts or minerals are regularly rubbing or abrasively contacting the surface. Wear liner is commonly a type of abrasion resistant steel plate that is considered extremely durable, especially under harsh conditions.
The surface grinding wear liners also use studs instead of nuts and bolts to produce a smooth finish in the chute that reduces the potential for friction between the plates and the material moving through the chute. Material can, therefore, be discharged smoothly and continuously onto the conveyor, eliminating the risk of being damaged by the sporadic dumping of large masses.
- The surface is even, has no through cracks and improper fusion
2. Welding Association Member, superior ability in R&D
3. The hardness is high and uniform distribution
4. The Cr7C3 grow vertically and is above 50%
There are many different designs and styles of surface grinding of hard wear liners. As with grinding local economics and ultimately operating costs determine the best design and material to use. The initial set of liners is rarely the final design selected. Based upon individual experience ,mill superintendents develop preferences for liner designs. There are many different designs and styles of surface grinding of hard wear liners. As with grinding local economics and ultimately operating costs determine the best design and material to use. The initial set of liners is rarely the final design selected. Owing to the slipperiness of CrC, it is proving highly successful in applications in the hoppers of feed chutes that discharge mining material onto conveyor belts for transportation. The CrC increases the efficiency of the discharge flow and reduces wear and abrasion in the chute, providing a long-lasting and cost-effective solution that also reduces energy consumption.