When it comes to gyratory crusher parts, Qiming Casting had manufactured many kinds of gyratory crusher wear parts, which include liners, mantles, spider caps, and spider arms.
The Qiming Casting primary gyratory crusher parts have the most important role in rock size reduction in mine operations as the crushing process starts from a primary crusher. The highest possible wear life is combined with mechanical reliability through the component life cycle. As the production stops are very expensive for mine operations, the Qiming Casting manganese gyratory crusher wears are easy and quick to install.
Manganese steel mantle wear parts are provided with different shapes, surface profiles, and steel grades. Alloy steel, TIC inserts, and manganese steel concave wear parts are designed for the hardest rock in surface and underground operations.
Gyratory Mantle Designs
Our many mantle designs range from smooth one-piece options to large, full-toothed, two-piece, or three-piece solutions. Teeth can be used at almost any level on mantles to improve nip. Our users report that teeth greatly reduce slippage, and improve both production and liner wear life.
On the other hand, we had designed TIC inserts gyratory mantle for our customers. Based on this design, our TIC insert mantle span life can be 2-3 times than normal manganese gyratory mantle.
Gyratory Concave Designs
We use the hardest alloy that will withstand the impacts of a specific gyratory application. This depends on the compressive strength, toughness, and friability of the material being crushed.
For example, crushing some tough materials demands work-hardening manganese steel. But the same liners used for an abrasive, friable ore may wear quickly because there are insufficient impacts to cause the surface to work harden.