Improving Mineral Processing With Ceramic Equipment

Ceramic lining shows marked improvements over rubber and urethane components. At Ceramic Technology, we have worked with ceramic lining and mineral processing equipment for years. 

We understand how ceramic can improve efficiency and safety at a mineral processing facility, which is why we have brought our CTI-X7 technology into the industry.

Why Ceramic Process Equipment?

The ceramic lining is an effective way to improve the efficiency of mineral processing equipment. Traditionally, mineral processing equipment has used rubber or urethane lining, which does not last nearly as long as ceramic. 

Mineral processing equipment designed by our engineers withstands 24 x 7 continuous processing, giving plant managers more processing power and less downtime. 

Typically, mineral processing equipment does not last for very long, only having a lifespan of several years. On the other hand, Ceramic can last 5 to 20 times as long, supporting continuous usage for many years. 

Improvements in Continuous Processing

When our company started in 1985, most mineral processing equipment had lining consisting of inadequate materials.

These materials included:
  • Rubber
  • Chrome Carbide
  • AR400
  • SHOW
  • And more

While these materials were standard in the industry, they were not effective at ensuring a continuous flow. Many of these materials would fault or break at some point, causing costly spills and cleanups. 

Improvements in Productivity

Over the years, people have realized the potential of ceramic lining, which has led to many plant managers choosing this material over traditional liners. 

The ceramic lining has helped plant managers get the efficiency they need out of their processing equipment. 

Because it has been so effective for plant managers, the ceramic lining has become an effective tool for processing:
  • Gold
  • Concrete
  • Coal
  • And more

Coal-fired mineral processing plants are under continuous stress, as they have to remain operational throughout the day. When these systems fail or shut down, it can result in a loss of profit for plant managers, along with time-consuming and costly cleanup efforts. 

Improvements in Durability 

Ceramic processing equipment has proven its strength and effectiveness over the years. Mineral processing is a rigorous, fast-paced industry that needs equipment that is durable and strong. 

Our CTI-X7 Process Equipment can help plants achieve their production standards by allowing for continuous processing.

The ceramic lining is considerably more durable than rubber or other alternatives, allowing plant managers to get the most out of their processing equipment. The ceramic lining gives a plant the additional support it needs, allowing high-usage parts of the piping to function for extended periods. 

Our Team’s Commitment to the Industry

The development of CTI-X7 Process Equipment is largely production-driven since our engineers work hard to improve operational costs across North America. 

We understand that plant managers and workers want to have adequate equipment that lasts them and their team for years to come. 

For this reason, we work closely with plant managers to develop solutions that work for them. Over the years, our team of engineers has worked on designs that received patents in the United States, Canada, and Australia.

Contact Ceramic Technology, Inc.

Our patented CTI-X7 equipment can streamline your plant’s mineral processing operations today. Because of our comprehensive solutions and attention to detail, we will help any mineral processing plant accelerate growth and profit while remaining operational. 

Our technologies are widely used in the North American continent because they have proven effective at driving efficiency and lowering costs. With our CTI-X7 technology, your mineral processing facility can increase production and prevent costly spills and shutdowns.

If you are interested in any of our products or would like to receive a quote, call us at (800) 437-1142 or fill out the contact form on our webpage. Feel free to check out our Facebook page! We would love to answer any questions you may have about our CTI-X7 equipment. 

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