Wearing parts made of wear-resistant materials
Despite care and maintenance, each machine, each piece of construction equipment, each component no matter how large or small is subjected to daily use and therefore where due to mechanical stresses. Grinding, knocking or scratching the materials to be machined damages the surface and it is gradually removed.
Destruction of the outer jacket of a component and the wear phenomena that occur can also be caused by thermal effects such as heat or cold or chemical reactions.
The destruction of the surface caused by wear such as cracks, notches, holes or even broken off material, is also called surface ruin. This dilapidation is frequently found where components are not protected against impact, knocks or rolling. A differentiation is made between the damage of the material surface according to the types of wear, for example, friction wear, roll wear, impact wear or blasting wear. In some situations it is important to know what type of wear is involved.
The following are tested:
- Substances (water, air, oil) between the bodies
- The environment (humidity, temperature, salt content)
- The type of exposure or load (grinding, impact) and the strength of the acting forces (pressure, temperature, speed)
- And the property of the opposing body (which material is loaded with which strength of the wear plate)
Due to recurring component stresses, sooner or later, no matter how strong or stable the metal is, minor or severe signs of wear will appear.
These negative effects inevitably require complete replacement after a certain time. Switching off machines often involves high financial costs.
Therefore, for reasons of cost savings, the attempt is made to keep these machines in operation. It is also possible to replace single components only. These parts to be replaced are generally called wearing parts. Typical replaceable components are, for example, complete excavator buckets, screens or stone mills. With our machinery we are able to machine such strong materials. Working XAR, Dillimax, Dillidur, Brinar, Creusabro, Hardox, Domex or Weldox, the so-called wear-resistant steels, is no problem for us.
We can produce the following wearing parts:
Wearing parts for cement works:
Wearing pars in vehicle engineering:
- Railway wagons
- Transport containers/tanks
- Tipping truck bodies
- Crane jibs
Wear-proof parts for construction plant:
- Dump truck bodies
- Excavator buckets for wheelloaders
- Lightweight excavator buckets
- Backfilling blades for earth moving plant
- Heavy truck tipping bodies with wear plates
- Crushing and screening plants
- Crushing mills
- Side armour plating
- Side cladding for hoppers
- Excavator blades
- Stone crushing mills
Wear resistant parts for the steel industry:
- Crushing mills
- Vibrating screens
- Scrap presses
Other wearing parts:
- Air lock gates
- Drying kilns