Handbook: Wear protection solutions you can count on
Wear lining and sheeting
Using fewer liners means less transportation, raw material inputs and waste
Provides real-time forecast of wear and expected liner change-out timing.
No need to stop the equipment to perform wear plate inspections.
Reduces working time in confined spaces, hot environments or at heights.
Metso Outotec wireless wear sensors are simple to use and fully self-contained, with a battery lasting up to 5 years. They can be used with any ceramic or metallic liners and multiple installation options are available. The sensors have glass filled nylon housing for durability. We offer two different types of sensors:
The receiver communicates wirelessly with the sensors that can be located up to 300 meters away. Each receiver can support up to 100 sensors. The gateway collects the information from the receiver and sends it to the cloud. Multiple receiver units can be connected to a single gateway.
The easy-to-use interface gives you access to all the data you need about your liners’ wear performance. It also notifies you of potential issues and helps you predict when the liners need to be replaced.
The interface is accessible through a web app which makes it available from any computer or smart device with an internet connection. Features of the interface include:
Installed in chutes, spouts, hoppers, transfer points and other applications subjected to wear, wear linings protect the assets and ...
Improve uptime and throughput by using high-quality metallic wear liners with an optimized design.
Improve the lifetime of equipment, improve safety, reduce vibration and lower noise levels.
Ceramic wear lining is designed to be extremely resistant to abrasion even in high material flows and speeds, preventing material build-up.
Polyurethane wear liners provide excellent wear resistance in applications with sliding wear while reducing noise and vibrations.
Polyethylene wear lining is an excellent solution for bins, chutes, silos and other low wear applications.
Sheetings and coatings designed for protecting equipment from wear and abrasion caused by handling and processing particulate matter in ...
Changing out wear liners can be a risky, costly and time consuming exercise, particularly in chutes with limited or no access to ...