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Ceramic wear liners are designed to be extremely resistant to abrasion even in high material flows and speeds, preventing material build-up. They have proven to be valuable especially in wearing mining and aggregates applications. As a material, ceramic has beneficial anti-corrosion properties that prolong wear life and improve impact resistance. Ceramic liners also reduce noise and vibration.
Customize your ceramic lining based on operating data
Combinations of ceramics and other materials ensure extra-long lifecycle
Metso’s production facilities have strict quality assurance to ensure high, uniform quality
Ceramic wear liners protect equipment from wear
Maximum wear life of your ceramic liners reduces the need for expensive downtime for maintenance work.
Utilizing ceramic lining also tends to have a positive impact on working environment since resistant material cut down vibration and noise, and thus reduce risks and improve safety of personnel.
Common applications for ceramic liners are:
- Chute liners
- Conveyor liners
- Cyclone cluster liners
- Hopper liners
- Pipe liners
- Pulley liners
- Spout liners
- Transfer point liners
- To prevent material build-up in wet applications
- And any other application subject to wear
Metso can tailor the specific ceramic tile size, shape, and layout of ceramic liners to meet the specific wear needs for your plant equipment.
We can utilize the exact process data from your operations to design and manufacture a lining solution that meets your production targets.
Long service-life – lower total costs
In many applications the optimal liner properties are a result of combining the best properties of other materials and ceramics.
Combining different materials ensures an extra-long lifecycle in comparison with other wear protections. The extraordinarily hard ceramic elements provide unique resistance to sliding wear, while the elastic properties of other materials like rubber effectively absorb shock impacts.
We can design and manufacture wear liners using ceramics, rubber, metal, polyurethane, and combinations of these materials.
The ceramic liners are produced in our own facilities applying strict quality assurance programs at every phase of research, development, design and production.
This results in high, uniform quality for the entire supply. Precise dimensions and close tolerances ensure that your ceramic liners answer the required needs.