Wear Liner

Installed inside conveyor transfer point skirtboards, Martin® Wear Liner creates a dam to shield the sealing system from the weight of the material load, prolonging the life of the seal.

Features and Benefits:

  • Straight wear liner is recommended in transfer point where impact or “bounce” of the material can lead to the entrapment of lumps between deflector liners and the chute wall
  • Available with pre-drilled and countersunk mounting holes
  • Supplied in 6 foot (1.83 m) lengths with pre-drilled holes. UHMW liner is 4 feet (1.22 m) long

Options:

  • Available in mild, abrasion-resistant, stainless and ceramic-faced steel, and UHMW

Our technicians and engineers are available to provide expert advice and assistance on this product and all of your bulk material handling questions and problems. Please contact us today and let us help!

Resources

Brochure - Transfer Point Solutions Download
Tech Data Sheet - Wear Liner Download
Drawing - Wear Liner Installation Download

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At a cement plant in Kentucky, the clinker transport system had severe problems with the escape of spillage and airborne dust in the loading zones of three conveyors. Martin® Transfer Point Solutions were recommended to stop the spillage and dust problems. To improve the clinker conveying, the plant agreed to upgrade the transfer points.
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The Warrick Power Plant is operated by the Alcoa Generating Company to supply electricity for smelting operations at Alcoa’s Warrick facility. The plant’s coal handling equipment needed reconstruction and improvement, including improved systems to control spillage and dust, to provide a cleaner, safer and more productive coal handling system.
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Martin Transfer Point Products Reduce Risk Of Fire Or Explosion
This power plant had dust and spillage escaping from the coal-handling systems. To boost material-handling efficiency and reduce the risk of fire or explosion, Martin installed taller and longer skirtboard walls, new belt support systems, abrasion-resistant wear liners, and a multi-layer, low-pressure sealing system on the outside of the chute walls.
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An energy company in Lansing, Iowa was facing severe spillage problems in underground loading points. The steel structure on part of conveyor feeding system was shot. It was old and worn out. There were bows and dips in the skirtboard, and it wouldn't stay sealed. This created excessive dust and spillage in the tunnel.
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An energy company in Kentucky was having problems with carryback on their side-by-side transfer belts carrying coal from the central reclaim tunnel to the bunkers. They hired Martin Engineering to find a solution. Martin recommended a variety of belt support, belt sealing, tail protection and dust containment solutions as well as safety accessories.
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