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AMCAST’s Research and Development team has developed Patented alloys and Wear Resistant Inserts that deliver the best crusher wear parts performance in the industry
We have developed new innovative manganese steel called MNXTM that combines exceptional wear resistance with high durability.
The winning property of this alloy is achieved by joining the typical Manganese Chrome alloy (MnCR18.2) toughness to a homogeneous and very fine dispersion of Chromium Carbide Hard Phases, with HV hardness values that are generally twice in comparison with typical manganese steel alloys.
The SuperBiteTM (SB) and SuperBiteTM F-Mesh (SBF) inserts are made of a proprietary hard alloy, specifically designed to augment jaw dies. We tailor these hard inlays to match the customers needs according to site conditions, the results of profile scans performed by AMCAST specialists, and material samples. Through these methods, and collaboration with the on-site crushing and maintenance personnel, we determine where to apply the SBTM/ SBFTM inlays based on the jaw dies maximum wear zone.
The SBTM/ SBFTM inlays increase the hardness and durability of the surrounding manganese steel and are especially useful in both extreme applications and when there is not enough natural compression in the crushing zones for traditional manganese to work harden efficiently.
Machine downtime creates lost production and wasted man-hours. Cheaply made wear parts create an inferior product and keep you from outperforming your competition. AMCAST eliminates these problems by creating high-quality crusher wear parts using patented technologies developed through Material Science by our Research and Development Team.
With AMCAST's Crusher Wear parts, your production increases, you produce a better product, and your crushers maintain a more consistent power draw, maximizing energy consumption.