The right approach to wear protection

The new Barmac range relies on uniform attrition of the impact elements and free configuration of the rotor as an aid to utilization and to lower operating costs. In the introduction to the new model Metso mentions design improvements that have resulted directly in higher throughputs, better quality of particle shape and lower operating costs with less consumption of wearing parts. These advantages of the Barmac V300SE VSI (Fig.) can be attributed to its new rotor design, the revised geometry of the crushing compartment, the highly wear-resistant ­materials of the impact elements and the total...

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