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L.S.W. Wear Parts is your best choice to supply all your crusher wear part requirements. We distribute a full line of crushing wear parts from ESCO. In the most abrasive conditions ESCO crusher wear parts provide proven, long-lasting performance. ESCO engineers and field technicians know what you're up against and can provide solutions to meet your cost-per-ton and end-product requirements. Superior Alloys. Superior Designs. Superior Service.
ESCO replacement crusher jaws are designed to last longer and crush more efficiently, while reducing wear and tear on the crusher and producing better quality rock more consistently than original equipment jaws.ESCO offers a full range of options including various tooth designs, curves and alloys, and options for special applications such as smooth jaws with peening slots, solid end jaws, slab breaker jaws, Hi-Life designs, and solid centers.
ESCO supplies replacement wear parts to fit all major cone crusher models. Every ESCO mantle and bowl liner frame-fit surfaces are precision machined to tolerances that meet or exceed those of the OEM parts to ensure optimum performance.
Get a Grip with ESCOESCO gripper slot bowl liners are specifically designed to permit oversized rock to enter the chamber and keep the feed opening clear. An excellent choice for cobblestone and river rock material that is typically difficult to grab. The result is more even wear and improved production.
Main Frame Cone Crusher LinersESCO also fabricates main frame liners and inserts that provide an economical alternative to OEM parts. Premium ESCO AR 400 and AR 500 wear plate, and Infinity chromium carbide overlay plate offer a wider choice to address wear protection.
Main Frame Cone Crusher LinersESCO also fabricates Main Frame Liners and inserts that provide an economical alternative to OEM parts. Our selection of ESCOALLOY 400 and ESCOALLOY 500 plates, and chromium carbide overlay plate offers a wider choice to address wear protection.
The ESCO package of superior designs, proven alloys and expert local service provides solutions for gyratory applications. ESCO also offers accessory items for gyratory crusher including rim liners, spider caps and spider arm liners.
Double high segments allow 2 rows of ESCO concaves to replace 4 rows of OEM designs allowing faster replacement. Eight ESCO concaves replace 12 per-row OEM segment concaves, reducing the number of seams that can wear and increase maintenance costs.
Tapered dowel pins are driven between concaves to improve contact with the top shell and create even spacing. The key concave has parallel sides and is easily removed with a wedge allowing the remainder to be easily replaced.
expected or typical "life span" of wear parts of jaw crusher - crushing, screening & conveying - metallurgist & mineral processing engineer
Is there any standards or guidelines to determine the expected or typical "life span" of all wearlife of parts of jaw crusher, cone crushers or VSI crushing plant. Any help on what wear & tear can do to liners and other crusher parts is highly appreciate.
Hi, this is highly dependant on density of materials being crushed, maintenance schedules, and of course quality of wear parts being used to name but a few of the contributory factors so in my opinion it is VERY difficult to standardise life span on any crushing plant.
The standard can only be determined through the material being crushed, as the abrasive nature will be the main variable in determining wear. For example basalt is generally very low wear, granite is very high.
Historical data is very much available for various materials and there various "A typical" wear rate hours in specific regions of countries which can be used as a guideline. Ask people doing that job what wear rate they are in fact experiencing on the product you want knowledge on.
Silica content in aggregates is a huge factor. The higher the content - the more abrasive the material. Crushing wet material (for example when keeping the dust levels lower) also contributes to higher wear situations. Without mentioning the obvious factors such as tonnage or throughput as mentioned in previous comments from others, different wear alloys - manganese versus chrome/moly/manganese, different grades of hard-facing or other hardened steels all contribute. One of the factors people often forget is actual operator habits. The same crusher can wear at different rates depending on % feed into the crusher as well as rotation or operating speed set by the operator.
Many great comments offered to which I completely agree. Feed characteristics I believe is your number one factor. Abrasiveness and hardness are important factors but so are the amount of fines allowed to enter the crusher. This will also effect wear part life. The other factor is of course water. If you are using dust suppression it can have a big effect on wear life. Other factors mentioned like crusher speed and your reduction ratios all have an impact on wear life. The key to wear life is to get the best bang for your buck. If you can optimize your crusher to its best production efficiency you can then justify wear cost as your cost per ton goes down the more efficient you get. You cant change your materials natural characteristics but you can buy wear parts with the correct composition best suited for your specific application.
I agree to all of the comments that the main factor that effects the life span of the crusher liners is the abrasiveness and hardness of stone and addition to this choke feeding to the crusher can helps a lots to prolonged the life of the liners especially to the cone crusher and the VSI.
It is highly KEY that when folks are suggesting wear life it is a bit of a mugs game. You must compare the wear rates of "that specific material" in that specific quarry or very close to that operation to get HIstorical actual wear rates vs "theoretical wear rates".
That is an excellent point that youmake concerning feed consistency as this applies to all types of crushers. We tend to forget sometimes that with all the variables mentioned they simply dont mean much unless we start with the beginning which is the feed consistency. Anytime you have less then consistent feed rate to your crusher your wear parts life will be dramatically reduced regardless of your choices of wear parts. Its like I had mentioned earlier your crushers efficiency will determined wear part life. In order to achieve feed consistency you need to begin with sized material so that you can reach maximum consistency and by doing so achieve true attrition crushing. In other words let your rock become a wear part.
In order to choose the correct wear parts you should educate yourself on what your material is made up of. Knowing what your material characteristics are will help you to make the best decisions as to what type of wear parts to purchase. The best way to learn what your material is made of is to have your material tested. Some tests would include;
We have had good success in gathering data relating to the CSS over the last year at one minesite. This has provided data for trending mantle life. http://www.crushervision.comworking in a manganese casting foundry,which supply the Metso and Sandvik parts.
At the same time in Russia they have alsoconsideredaggregate shape. Quarry may have a lot of aggregate for very good price but clients (mainly - road contractors, interested in volcanic rock material) refuse to buy it due to poor shape. Some cone crushers (for example, from your brother company - Telsmith) can produce very good product, most crushers - not. The plant owner had to pay extra to get better shape - either additional passing through VSI, or bigger recirculation to get optimal feed in crushing chamber. First variant gives additional cost, second - less lifetime of wear parts per ton of product.
Long time ago I was involved in EBRD (European Bank of Reconstruction and Development) investment project in Belarus. It was about refurbishing road from Poland border to Russian border. Project was sophisticated with comprehensive feasibility study. It should be three crushing plants as well.
I don't remember expert names (or company names) involved in the study. But I remember a few figures they operated with. For limestone aggregate cost of wear/spare parts was 3-7% of new plant cost per 2000 hours, for medium abrasive granite - 5-10%, for high abrasive material - 7-15%. If material is harder than standard - plus one percent for low abrasive rock, two - for medium and three for high. For equipment older than 6000 hours spare/wear parts cost got 1-3% higher for every 2000 hours. Experts made choice of this figures mainly depends on equipment specs and their knowledge.
I remember it was stressed that these figures are more or less valid for crushing plants made by first class European manufactures according to European specifications. It was 1995-1996 and I don't now if these figures are still valid because nowdays it looks like everything made outside of China should be considered as infringing goods :)). I mean that prices and specs which are much more important may differ.
You can keep all the log books in the world but if you use low quality manganese and chrome alloys from cut rate foundries, you are only wasting your time and throwing your companies money in the GARBAGE! Look for suppliers that aren't necessarily the cheapest but that aren't slamming you over the head either. AND, LAST BUT NOT LEAST, be cautious of the OEM! All too often they source materials out from whomever has the best price or parts in stock. You may think because you are buying direct from the OEM that you are getting the BEST product, NOT ALWAYS TRUE!
Here's my personal thought, if your rock is hard Do not use impact crushers or VSI use cone and jaws I realize what foundries have good days and bad. The problem I have with most sales guys, in the industry is they sell the wrong machine into the wrong application. Make sure the mag is right for the app, if your buying direct keep the foundry responsible for the mag.
Best would to record what is happening in your crushers have it all documented and drawn out. From there you can start redesigning your mantels, bowl liners, jaws, blow bars and start playing with you material specs to improve your lifetime on them.
There is no standard but big companies have software to estimate life time. Shortly higher manganese increase life time but to increase manganese you need to increase carbon which make liner brittle.And I must disagree about VSI thing.
The rate of consumption of wear parts is as stated by several others driven by material being crushed, wear part quality and by site crushing practices. As a manufacture of crushing equipment we have some typical guidelines and we can test for part consumption in VSI crushers. But experience tells me that in most cases the utilization of wear parts is heavily dependent on proper feeding of the equipment. Under feeding or gap feeding causes issues that are portrayed by utilizing a small portion of the available wear material in a part such as a jaw plate or a cone liner.
The main wearing mechanism in crushercavity is abrasive wearing. Fatigue wear isalso present as wear part are subjected tomultiple compression or impact loads.Abrasive wear (or abrasion)Crushers typically compress the feed material between the fixed and movable wearparts. Besides the breakage of the feedmaterial, this is also wearing material awayfrom the wear part. Wearing micromechanisms are:
During the crushing cycle, gouging orhigh stress abrasion is present depending onthe particle size of feed material. Betweenthe crushing cycles when particles of feedmaterial are sliding against wear parts, lowstress abrasion is present.
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Browse our selection belowfrom spare parts for crushers and screeners including crusher jaw plates, toggle seats and belt scrapers. Jaw plates available to order include swing jaw plates, fixed jaw plates and tooth plates. All items are available for worldwide delivery. Crusher wear spares are available for Terex Pegson, Sandvik, Extec and Finlay crushers and screens.
Sparesthat have not been fabricated by us have been sourced by quality manufacturers. All items including jaw plates are manufactured with materials for increased toughness and resistance to abrasion to provide the best possible performance to keep your heavy machinery operating on a continuous basis. We only stock wear parts that have undergone stringent quality testing by qualified engineers.
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Welcome to crusher wear parts, the Leader in solutions for the aggregate and mining industry. We understand the demands of this industry, and the toll it takes on the equipment needed to run it. Our goal is to provide you with the best parts and equipment so that you can get the job done!
We sell OEM replacement parts for major brands of crushing, screening and conveying equipment. This includes, but is not limited to, backing, conveyor belting, manganese liners, hsi bars and liners, jaw liners, VSI wear parts, etc. If youve got the machine, theres a good chance weve got the parts for it.
crusher wear parts for popular brands from mgs casting
MGS Casting premium manganese steel that has been developed from the original Hadfields manganese steel specification, our variation can provide unequaled toughness with excellent resistance to abrasion, which improves as the steelwork hardens in operation.
Our product engineers are problem-solving specialists, planning crushing surfaces to handle oversized material, split slabby material, and cut back recirculation. Our alloys are tailored to fulfill the extent of impact and abrasion your crushers encounter, leading to higher overall plant performance. For gyratory wear parts, cone crusher wear parts, jaw crusher wear parts, hammer mill wear parts, impact crusher wear parts, and roll crusher wear parts, call MGS Casting.
MGS Casting jaw crusher wear parts are designed and manufactured to crush efficiently all rock types in the most demanding applications. MGS Casting replacement crusher jaws are engineered to last longer and crush more efficiently while reducing wear and tear on the crusher. The crusher jaws produce better quality rock more consistently than standard original equipment jaws while reducing the need for re-screening and re-crushing. MGS Casting offers a full range of options for all popular jaw crushers, including various tooth designs, curves, and alloys.
MGS Casting designs and manufactures standard, heavy-duty, and custom wear parts for all popular cone crushers to the task. Our engineers work to improve production throughout the liner life and to arrive at even wear ratios between mantle and liner to minimize discard weight.
MGS Casting cone crusher wear parts are engineered to maximize production by retaining the feed opening throughout the parts lifespan, and balancing the mantle and bowl liner wear. Cone parts can be custom-fit to match any application.
MGS Castings impact crusher wear parts are developed and manufactured according to strict standards to meet the needs of the customers in the aggregates and mining industries. Based on different working conditions, MGS Casting supplies different materials to suit.
MGS Castings improved designs, tested alloys provide gyratory wear parts solutions for the crushing industry. MGS Casting offers gyratory crusher accessories, including rim liners, spider caps, and spider arm liners. The combination of MGS Casting mantles and concave segments ensures maximum production, increased wear component life, and reduced maintenance. Concave segments are designed for easy installation and replacement to reduce maintenance and downtime. Mantles are available in a variety of styles to match specific applications. There are multiple design options to ensure the best performance.
Get the longest wear life between change-outs. MGS Casting Vertical Shaft Impactor (VSI) wear parts are a trusted product in the aggregates and mining industries. MGS Casting VSI wear parts are built to last. Cast in proprietary alloys for maximum strength and durability.
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Engineered for the toughest feed materials and designed for processing all rock types in surface and underground operations, CSP Jaw Crusher wear parts deliver cost efficiency, reduced downtime, and longer service life. For over 30 years we have been servicing the aggregates, cement, and mining industries with CSP Jaw Crusher wear parts. Our parts offering includes custom design in addition to all the major jaw crusher models manufactured by others.
CSP Jaw Crusher wear parts are easy and economical to install and available in one piece or two-piece designs. Jaw Plates are available in numerous configurations. This includes variations in tooth profiles, straight/curved jaws, and plates with filled-in ends. A large selection of plate designs allows CSP to offer the best match for specific customer applications. Customer profiles are uniquely designed with all specifications and requirements. Options can include Tooth, Straight/Curved, Corrugated or Filled in Ends. Choose from one of our 20,000+ existing profile designs!
Custom designed to suit your needs, CSP Jaw Crusher wear parts using proprietary work hardening alloys including Manganese and Titanium Carbide can double the wear life and sometimes even triple it depending on the application.