ColdOyibo
2 posts
TimePosted 20/11/2006 19:20:52
ColdOyibo says

Shute coating

Dear all:
I am looking for a good coating to put on my shutes at the end of my conveyor belts. The normal steel on the shute is wearing off and is not slippery enough so the bags gets stucked. I know there is a coating but cant recall the name for it?

Can anyone assist? 

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Chemical Gem
4 posts
TimePosted 25/05/2010 16:48:05

Re: Shute coating

You Can use Densite, but it is coastly or you can go for some castables from REFRATHINCK.

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Bhaskar Agate
81 posts
TimePosted 27/06/2010 15:14:56

Re: Shute coating

You may simply provide the step chute boxes at the bottom & sides of the chute where the flowing material gets retained and acts like its own wear resistant material, provided you have got the margin for doing this at site. This we did for clinker, coal, limestone, cement abrasive material.Just try out!

Good luck

 

Bhaskar Agate

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Vikpro
77 posts
TimePosted 29/06/2010 10:51:09
Vikpro says

Re: Shute coating

Mr. Bhaskar this the best way to save clinker chute wear, in addition you can also fix your old crusher or mill liner at edge.

Vikpro

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