Haul Truck Rubber Lining
Kosga’s haul truck rubber lining are made of rubber that is highly resistant to wear and impact. The optimized rubber lining offers up to six times or more service life compared to traditional steel lining. In addition, once it is time to make any change-out, only a few individual lining modules need to be replaced.
Kosga haul truck rubber lining absorbs vibrations and reduces stress at every point in the truck work cycle - during loading, transport and dumping. Its low weight and high wear resistance design not only reduces damages to the tray, but to the truck as a whole.
Bearings, transmission, tires and chassis are protected and the cost for service and damaged equipment are minimized.
minimized. This means your trucks last longer and there will be less need for maintenance.
To increase your performance, even in difficult applications with significant carry-back problems, we offer a solution of flexible lining, low friction material or combinations of these. The unique functionality keeps your truck productive, so you can haul more material.
Once haul truck rubber lining is installed, you don’t have to worry about it - there is no need for expensive unplanned
maintenance or regular lining system adjustments. The modular design makes the lining easier to install and maintain than steel options, with the possibility to only replace individual modules instead of the entire lining. You can easily arrange for the quick change-outs when the truck is in the repair center for regular engine maintenance. The result is shorter replacement and installation time compared to steel lining.
A standardized stud welding process for easy handling to ensure that the lining is firmly installed and to increase safety during installation and operation.
Our haul truck rubber lining have proved to be very long lasting, maintenance free, and most importantly, the cost/benefit ratio is excellent:
1.Lower cost-per-processed ton in comparison to alternative rubber liners, and high brinell steel wear plates
2.Superior wear life due to advanced rubber compounds compared to alternative liners
3.Reduced structural damage of box and chassis maximizes life of the truck itself – studies indicate that for every 10 hours of operation of a steel-lined truck, as much as 1 hour of maintenance is required for repairs
4.Lower noise levels and vibration, and reduced load shock – 82% reduction of noise in the cab and 90% reduction at a 50-foot distance; driver fatigue is greatly reduced
5.Lower carry back of wet, sticky ore