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wear abrasion . wear impact &sticking material ... both of them !!!!

wear abrasion . wear impact &sticking material ... both of them !!!!

wear abrasion . wear impact &sticking material ... both of them !!!!

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Hi to all dear friends
Imagine you have a car dumper ( wagon tipplers ) in your site and according to your company policy you must unloading all type iron ore bulk material , sizes up to 40mm , pellets , and also iron concentrate with high moisture !!!! maybe in 24 hours must unloaded all of them !
So you have 3 hard problems :
1.normal abrasion
2.high impact abrasion
3. and ….material sticking on hoppers walls and cutting flow or mixing material
Now what is your solution to find best wear liners to covered both of 3 problems
Thanks..

RE: wear abrasion . wear impact &sticking material ... both of them !!!!

What are you using that doesn't work?

RE: wear abrasion . wear impact &sticking material ... both of them !!!!

and put the three issues in order of importance, chances are that you will only get 2 of them.

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P.E. Metallurgy, Plymouth Tube

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