Rebuilding of CHP Crusher Hammers

Industry Type

Product Group

ANALYSIS

Wear factor
Impact & abrasion

TEMP
Ambient

Model/Capacity
Mech. Tech.

Material Handling
Coal

BASE METAL
Manganese Steel

EQUIPMENT NAME
Hammer Crusher

JOB PICTURES

Before

Before

After

After

Our solution

Qty. (Kgs)
04 Kg

Current (AMPs)
140-150Amps

Size (mm)
(4mm)

Product
LOTHERME -611

Qty. (Kgs)
30Kg

Current (AMPs)
140-150Amps

Size (mm)
(4mm)

Product
LOTHERME -457

Procedure

1. Initial checkup the Hammer whether free from crack or not.

2. Clean the fatigued material by Gouging using LOTHERME-802

3. Initial Built-up done by using Lotherme-457-4mm. The Built-up thickness is 40mm.

4. Final layer hard facing  done by using  Lotherme-611 (4mm)

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3. Initial Built-up done by using Lotherme-457-4mm. The Built-up thickness is 40mm.

4. Final layer hard facing  done by using  Lotherme-611 (4mm)

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