Arthur Habermann GmbH & Co. KG

The hardest does not always win

In many cases, wear-resistant plates are used in concrete plants, sand and gravel pits and hard rock quarries, in the bulk goods industry, and in mobile construction equipment. The materials used in these industries usually provide relatively high levels of hardness. For this reason, wear protection components often consist of a material that is harder than the conveyed material, following the approach that “the hardest wins”, as it were.

This method is associated with high impact forces that often result in an unwanted size reduction of the conveyed material. Plant and equipment generates a...

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