CONQUIP
EXPORTING USED CRUSHING AND
AGGREGATE PROCESSING EQUIPMENT
VIBRATORY SCREEN WIRE CLOTH & PARTS




































CRUSHING PLANT WEAR ITEMS

When rock is processed through a crushing operation there is wear. That wear becomes an operating expense that must be factored into the cost per ton to produce the final products. The typical wear items include:
  • Drill bits and steel used in rock quarries
  • Cutting edges and teeth, and steel components on the loading equipment
  • Grizzly bars, vibratory grizzly feeder floors and hoppers
  • Chutes
  • Rock crusher dies and manganese that come in contact with the rock while it is being crushed
  • Conveyor belts
  • Screen wire cloth
There are different ways to reduce the cost per ton for wear items, including:
  • Good plant design
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Regular maintenance
  • Using quality wear items
The wear items most exposed to continuous abrasion, combined with movement, are the manganese wear castings and the wire cloth used on the vibratory screens.

MANGANESE WEAR PARTS

We can supply the following crusher wear items and accessories:

 

Lower Mantles

Lokomo Main Shaft Sleeves

Upper Mantles

Nut Protectors

Swing Mobile Plates

Side Liners

Toggle Plates

Stationary Movable Jaw Wedges

Torch Rings

Stud Caps

Concave Segments

Concave Rings

Feed Plates

Cheek / Heel / Key Plates

Jaw Dies

 

  Including for the following brands:

Cedar Rapids / ELJAY

Kue Ken

Gyradisc

Omnicone

Pioneer

Minyu

Svedala / Allis Minerals

Symons / Nordberg

Telsmith

Clemro

Hewitt-Robbins

Pegson

Traylor

Parker




Many of the items are in stock and we can ship them as less than container loads throughout the world. Many can be shipped to arrive in Central and South America in 2-4 weeks.






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