Dragline and Crusher Wear Parts Done Right.

Cone Crusher Wear Parts

The right cone liner design can make a big difference

  • Improved production
  • Longer liner life
  • Better bowl liner & mantle wear ratios
  • Lower discard weight of expended liners
  • Less recirculated material
  • Reduced cost per ton of processed material

When you’re ready to improve your crusher performance, Columbia Steel can take the guesswork out of wear part choices, benefiting your operation with better production and less downtime. We’re your replacement wear parts specialist, with over a century of engineering and manufacturing expertise. Our full-service facility is your one stop for crusher wear part solutions, from design and pattern making, to alloy selection and casting.

Cone crusher wear parts

Get the right design

Crusher OEMs generally offer a limited choice of wear part designs, and these are usually based on average conditions. But few crusher operators work under “average” conditions. We’ll help you pick from many bowl liner and mantle combinations for more efficient crushing, whether you’re running a stationary or portable operation.

For example, hundreds of our customers have improved their cone crusher performance with our IFOR, or Increased Feed Opening Relief bowl liners. By designing feed opening relief areas into our parts, Columbia engineers provided a solution that allows operators to handle top size material while reducing skidding, maximizing throughput, reducing blockage, and maintaining feed openings as their liners wear.

Get the right alloy

We can recommend alloys that make a difference, as well. For example, Columbia Steel’s Xtralloy premium manganese steel is a great cost-effective choice for many hard rock crushing applications.

Guaranteed

All Columbia Steel parts are guaranteed for proper fit, performance and customer satisfaction.

Australian Dealer

2MT Mining Products Pty. Ltd.
16 Silverton Court
Paget QLD 4740
Australia
Phone +61 7 4953 9400
Fax +61 7 4998 5017

www.2mtminingproducts.com
[email protected]

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