Polyurethane Wear Resistant Lining
Polyurethane wear resistant lining are primarily used to solve wear issues related to the bulk transport or movement of materials. Simply put, they protect equipment from wear and tear. Like other urethane product applications, Polyurethane wear resistant lining help prevent machinery maintenance and downtime, offer long-lasting protection, and can be easily customized to meet the specific needs of your industry.
Polyurethane wear resistant lining can bring new life to your operation. These abrasion resistant Polyurethane wear resistant lining protect equipment from prolonged wear and urethane, in particular, offer the best abrasion resistance the industry has to offer. Urethane is also chemical resistant and can be bonded to metal to provide additional stiffness. It is great for the transport or movement of sticky materials. With urethane, the dirt or sludge rolls off easily.
Polyurethane wear resistant lining are often used to protect metal hoppers and chutes from abrasive compounds, and are especially beneficial inside concrete mixers and hoppers. Their superior performance in viscous situations makes sustained use, cleanup, and care easy.
They can be bonded to existing equipment to give it new life, and are oftentimes utilized in fan and pump housings, cyclones, semi-trailers, screen frames, steel hoppers, dump trucks, concrete hoppers, tanks, grain bowls, pipes, potable water systems, and centrifugal finishing machines.
Polyurethane wear resistant lining are preferred in many transport situations. Polyurethane is most often selected as the preferred lining because it:
1.Helps minimize impact and sliding abrasion damage in abrasive situations
2.Helps minimize noise, sound dampening
3.Has a low coefficient of friction
5.Has a high tear strength
6.Resists many chemicals, including oil, fuel, and grease
Loading and hauling Truck body and truck liners
Crushing Feed chute liners, mainframe liners and vault liners
Grinding Mill feed chute liners, rubber backing and discharge chute liners
Classification Screen feed liners (box and chute) and chute liners (undersize and oversize)
Conveying Skirting, transfer chutes and transfer chute liners
Flotation Liners (magnetic separators and flotation tanks)
Bulk material handling Chutes and liners (feeders, stackers, reclaimers, transfer chutes, bins and tubs)
Other Liners (mobile equipment, concrete mixers, scrubbers, washing drums, balling drums, pelletizing drums)