Covers the cone head of the crusher to protect it from wear.
Concave (Bowl Liner)
Sits in the upper frame of the crusher to protect it from wear.
A resin that is poured behind the manganese liners to fill the void and secure the manganese liners.
Open Side Setting (OSS)
The maximum distance between concave and mantle at a given close side setting.
Close Side Setting (CSS)
The minimum distance between concave and mantle to give the required output and grading for a machine.
Used on the top of the mantle to secure the mantle in place on the cone head.
Cone Liner Selection
There are a few key points that you need to consider when selecting the correct crushing chamber:
- Feed Size: Each chamber configuration has a maximum feed size that it can accept.
- Feed Grading: The maximum feed size is important; if there are a lot of fines in the feed or a lot of single size in the feed, it can cause issues with wear and output.
- Output required: This takes into account gradation required, which can affect which crushing chamber you should select.
Machine factors that affect wear part performance:
- Close side setting
- Feed arrangement (choke fed)
What is Choke Fed?
- If there are a lot of fines in the feed or a lot of single size product in the feed, this can cause issues with wear and throughput.
- Can also cause “OUT OF ROUND” issues with liners