CALDAS ENGINEERING OFFERS THE RIGHT SOLUTION TO YOUR WEAR PARTS REQUIREMENTS.
With a comprehensive range of premium replacement wear parts for leading brands of:
Including Cedar Rapids, Duoling Watson, Extec, Hartl, Hazemag, Fintech, Goodwin Barsby, Jacques, KH Minerals, Kleemann, Kue Ken, Lokomo, Metso, Nordberg, Parker, Pegson, PE Jaws, Powerscreen, Sandvik, SBM, Shanboa, Svedala, Telsmith, Terex Finlay, Tesab, Triman, Trio, Zenith and more, you’re never far from a solution.
Disclaimer: The use of any manufacturer’s name, machine model or part number is for reference purposes only, and does not infer that any parts are from the original manufacturer. Caldas Engineering is not affiliated with the manufacturer.
Caldas Engineering has designed and manufactured new products to service our markets more efficiently and effectively. The new items range from, jaw swing stocks, concave support bowls, cone crusher head assemblies, cone crusher bowl assemblies and many more. All existing and new items are price structured at competitive rates to provide our clients with great savings. Caldas engineering is also proud and confident that our products are noted as supreme in our market.
THE ART OF WEAR
Wear-Resistant Cast Steel and Cast Alloys
There is a distinction among the elements of the wear process, i.e. pressure, impact, friction, erosion, abrasion and grinding.
It is difficult to define a clear “instance of wear” as the different types of wear overlap. As a result it is almost impossible to present a guaranteed formula for most wear-resistant materials. Every material being crushed displays a specific “wear intensity” applicable to specific wear conditions. Depending on the material being crushed and the mode of operation, i.e. machine type, the durability of the material can vary considerably.
Therefore, it is important to note that the more detailed knowledge that is available of the operating conditions under which a wear-resistant casting has to work, the easier it is to select a suitable material with a degree of certainty. For example, if the crushing process involves mainly impact, the material must have adequate toughness in order to prevent fracturing. If friction is the main wear element with little or no impact, then the material should be very hard even if its toughness is lower. In short, the material must be matched carefully to the stresses involved in the operation.
Caldas Engineering is happy to put its experience to work in verifying your casting material with a view to its suitability and cost implications.
Please contact us should you require any advise or further information. We can supply the right parts for your application.