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Improve your clinker chain performance

Hardfacing applied at the foundry preserved the section thickness at the rear pin eye, increasing the service life of this drag chain.

Clinker drag chain: often ignored, but easily improved. — By Steve Marsac, Columbia Steel Product Development Manager Introduction Conveying cement clinker from clinker coolers to clinker storage to finish grind ing mills is part of the cement making process that

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Do you know the best way to rotate your drag chain?

Columbia field representative examines a customer's dragline chain in Australia

How you rotate your drag chain can make a big difference in wear life. — By Tony Miotke, former Columbia Steel Dragline Product Engineering Manager Ideally, drag chains should be used in four different orientations before discarding. This practice can

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Resolving high wear in cone crushers

Columbia cone crusher wear parts en route to customer

What causes upper chamber wear in cone crushers? — By Chuck Hendrickson, former Columbia Steel Product Engineering Manager We have a two 7′ shortheads that have high wear in the upper part of the crushing chamber. Liner changes are approximately

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