A set of Element’s blow bars for an impact crusher at one of the plants in the Kemerovo region of Russia has demonstrated a mileage which is 4 times higher than that of local counterparts. Element’s specialists selected two kits of blow bars in accordance with the plant’s tough technical conditions.
Element Group has been manufacturing, delivering, and maintaining wear and spare parts under its own trademark, Element, since 2016. Over four years, a small company based in Tampere city, Finland, grew into a multinational corporation, claiming market leadership in Eurasia and other parts of the globe.
At the Mining World Russia 2020, the Element Group specialists will present the most demanded lining plates for different conditions of use.
From 20 to 22 October, the Element Group will have a part in the 24-th international exhibition of machines and equipment for mining companies MiningWorld Russia 2020.
At the expo, the specialists of the company will exhibit six types of plates that are designed to reduce maintenance costs: rubber-ceramic and polyurethane-ceramic, polyurethane, polyethylene, steel wear-resistant, and bimetal lining plates.
Before heading up the Element Group the past 8 months Marko Salmela worked as a Vice President in European, African and Middle East Market Area. “In the month of October, we will celebrate the fourth birthday of Element Group. During this time our company has been maintaining substantial growth. I am happy to say that we as a company are now ready to enter the next year fulfilling the Group ambition: to become a global market leader”, he commented.
“We will be increasing our product portfolio and expanding our market share on all our business lines. The nearest plan is to open new market areas which means that we will have more and more colleagues in the different corners of the world”, the new CEO added.
Element has inspected the installation of a mill lining
Element has recently installed a mill lining, in addition to commencing the operation of a ball mill, at one of the largest metallurgical and mining enterprises in the world.
Our client’s main problem was the low service life of linings from local suppliers. Our goal, in this case, was very clear – to choose the material fit for the operating conditions of the mill and make linings that will last 20% longer than the linings of previous suppliers.For the mill, we chose C2 grade austenitic manganese steel, specially developed by Element for this type of application. We guarantee the customer a minimum lining kit operating time of 8,700 hours, provided that the technological parameters of the crusher are met.
Element has released its first fill for cone, gyratory crushers, and mills. Sales will start in the Eurasian and EMEA regions through Element's regional offices and dealer representative offices in 20 countries.
NovaTHOR — a two-component compound based on an epoxy resin for filling the cavities between the surfaces of wear and body parts. Improved shock absorption properties, high impact resistance, and compressive strength are the main characteristics of the compound. Because of this, the filling effectively absorbs energy and reduces vibration. NovaTHOR is resistant to shrinkage and temperature influences, so it is suitable for even the most severe of application conditions.
Element expands its dealer network in the EMEA
The Element brand expands its presence throughout the EMEA region and enhanced the number of dealers and representative offices in 20 countries. To date, the company has signed partnership agreements with companies from Poland, Ukraine, Turkey, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Egypt, Greece, Ghana and Israel. Companies from South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, Zimbabwe, Serbia and Bulgaria are planning to join the partner network.
THOR liners will be mounted on KSD1750 crushers
THOR liners made of modified alloy were delivered for testing. The liners will be mounted on KSD1750 crushers at one of the leading mining plants in Russia.
The modified alloy used in THOR liners increases lifetime up to 30%. THOR liners are used on jaw and cone crushers in the mining and aggregate industries.
Element repaired the bottom frame of a crusher
Our service team completed a full restoration of the cone crusher bottom frame. The customer was one of the aggregate enterprises in the Ural Region of Russia.
All parts are restored according to the technical specifications and design documentation of Element. The warranty for our work is six months or 1000 hours, whichever comes first.
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