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Thread: Wear of liners: Prevention and PM's

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    Wishing you well.

    Get well soon Les. I can only praise the staff at Charlies in Perth for saving my life back in 2007. Take your time & listen to what they say because Ozzie medics are finest.
    John Gateley

  2. The geometry of each chute should be examined to establish if wear is due to impact or sliding friction. Then consider whether the wear surface can be shielded by a wear box or flow impediments that cause the flow to be converted to a repose flow over a static bed of product. Local impact may possibly be countered by intermediate deflector plates that absorb some energy and are easily replaced, or by local extra wear plates that are systematically replaced on a time basis. As wear is a power function of contact pressure and velocity, anything to reduce these will be beneficial.

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