3 Tips to Increase the Lifespan of Your Mining Equipment

Mining equipment can be expensive – there’s no sugarcoating that. Plant operators are always working hard to keep their equipment running smoothly and safely. However, inevitably, some wear and tear will occur. Mining equipment can be a considerable investment, so it’s essential to make sure you’re doing everything possible to extend the lifespan of your gear.

#1 Proper Maintenance

One of the best ways to extend the lifespan of your mining equipment is to ensure that it’s properly maintained. And that you select the  most advanced liner detail and design to Run 24/7 This 40 In X7r* ceramic lined Cyclone  will operate at 300 TPH coal feed at 60/40 split with coarse size 4”-6” wear and tear. Proper maintenance can help prevent significant issues from developing and keep your equipment running at peak performance. But proper selection of equipment is critical on the front end this 40 In Hm  Cyclone will operate 24-7 with new X7 sensor Tech is very positive develop 

technology that will allow you to Monitor wear tolerance at 25% 50% 75% . Apex wear a pressure of cyclone is critical  

Preventive maintenance helps to eliminate mining operations headaches such as:

  • Plant shutdowns
  • Lost production
  • Increased repair costs
  • Unnecessary wear and tear
  • Labor-intensive work

It is essential to have a maintenance plan for your mining equipment. You can avoid major issues and keep your equipment running at peak performance by keeping up with proper maintenance.

#2 Use the Right Materials

When it comes to mining, using the right materials is essential. Using the wrong materials can lead to equipment failure and even be dangerous.

There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing materials for your mining operation:

  • Choose materials that are durable and long-lasting.
  • Make sure the materials you select are compatible with the rest of your equipment.
  • Avoid using materials that are corrosive or flammable.
  • Be sure to follow all safety regulations when choosing materials for your mining operation.

Using the right materials is essential for a successful mining operation. By choosing durable, long-lasting materials, you can avoid equipment failure and keep your operation running smoothly.

A wear-resistant ceramic lining is a specialized lining designed to withstand the extreme wear and tear expected in mining operations or environments with a lot of debris. Alumina oxide @ 9.5 On the mohs hardness scale  is  a near diamond hardness , Metal does not compete

Ceramic Linings:

  • Protect equipment from the abrasive nature of the mineral and the corrosive properties of some chemicals.
  • Use solid and durable materials that can resist high temperatures and pressures

CTI-X7® Industrial Ceramic Lining Specification

Ceramic Technology, Inc. created the CTI-X7® Ceramic Standard ceramic lining system, which has made improvements across the North American Continent in replacing rubber, AR, and chromium carbide liners in piping and chute distribution systems.

Benefits of CTI-X7® Industrial Ceramic Lining

  • Reduced downtime for maintenance and repairs
  • Reduces the amount of material lost during production
  • Prevents environmental contamination
  • Reduces energy consumption

With our years of experience in the industry, we have learned that ceramic liners can make a significant difference in extending equipment life. Our tests show an average 20:1 advantage for material processing systems such as piping, cyclones, and chutes over traditional metal ones.

#3 Inspect Regularly

Even with the best quality materials and installation, regular inspection is key to maintaining peak performance of any lined system. Factors such as process conditions (e.g., abrasiveness, particle size distribution), liner type and thickness, and maintenance history will all affect how often an inspection should occur. Our team can help you develop a customized inspection schedule that meets the specific needs of your operation.

At Ceramic Technology Inc., we have introduced a new CTI-X7® sensor technology (patent pending) for ceramic impact elbows. The sensor will make it easier for plant managers and maintenance crew to see the life left in their processing equipment so they know when to replace it before spills or other issues occur. A notification will come from your impact elbow to your smartphone to let you know if it is 75%, 50%, or 25%.

Mining Technology at Your Fingertips

One of the most significant advantages of CTI-X7® technology is convenience. With our standard equipment, you can easily configure and reconfigure your process to meet your specific needs. This means that you can adapt quickly and make necessary preparations without shutting down the plant.

Safer With Ceramic

The CTI engineering team works directly with your reliability and maintenance managers to improve maintenance performance, including plant expansions, new process circuit improvements, and process equipment redesign. We excel at working and recommending ceramic redesigns, utilizing ceramic alumina components such as the CTI-X7® Industrial Ceramic Lining Process Equipment.

To get started with CTI-X7® technology today, call us at (800) 437-1142 or fill out the contact form on our webpage.

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