The harsh demands of the quarry and aggregate industry can cause serious damage to vibratory screens. To prevent abusive material and conditions from hindering the productivity of quarry operations, ASGCO® has expanded the use of their Cast Urethane products to include screen wear parts.
Rubber Compounds that are compounded to 90 or 95A durometer have compromised physical properties. Just the opposite is true of polyurethanes which maintain their properties and superior performance characteristics regardless of hardness. All of our urethane wear products are cast from our exclusive ASGCO-thane™ polyurethane compound with a durometer of 80/85, along with steel backing plate for extra added support.
Screen Feed Box Liners are patterned for a direct replacement of the current liner configuration being used, or depending on the wear characteristics change the layout for maximum wear life. Liners have the ability to have various sized and shaped ceramics inserted to increase the longevity of the liner.
Screen Side Wear Liners are boxed in with mild steel or hard plate to prevent premature edge wear or damage. Bolt patterns, sizes, and thicknesses are fully customisable to increase the wear life for your operation. In house engineered to allow for an ease in duplicity.
Features and benefits:
- Abrasion Resistant – Cast urethane screen wear products are moulded using our high-grade polyurethane compounds that last longer and offer superior abrasion, cut, and tear resistance when compared to rubber.
- Higher Load-Bearing Capacity - better compression set, and superior tolerance to greases, oils, oxygen, and ozone.
- Biodegradable - man-made urethane can be easily formulated to outlast rubber and stand up to sunlight and harsh outdoor environments.
- Multiple Steel Options – fully boxed with steel, or only a steel back allows for full custom options. Can be stud or plug welded.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/01122016/asgcos-cast-urethane-screen-wear-products/
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