Features Services Customer cases Downloads Apron feeders are a reliable solution for extracting or feeding ores that are wet, sticky, dry or even frozen. Check out our blog series, Feeding the Facts, where we dig into the most asked questions about apron feeders. Read more Metso apron feeders - Built for lasting performance Metso apron feeders are built for reliability and performance in any duty needed in mining. With over years experience in material feeding, Metso has developed a global standard in apron feeders. With our robust design, our apron feeders are a truly economic and reliable material handling solution for increasing uptime and overall efficiency.
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Making the big difference for your apron feeders Features You aim for increased production from your apron feeder with higher availability and better machine reliability. The details make the difference Detailed drawings and accurate information on original specifications for your apron feeders make the big difference in guaranteeing proper design and fit. With additional capabilities for 3rd party equipment, Metso brings technical and machine know-how together with high-quality components and service to safeguard your machines and maximize the life of your equipment.
Metso can also help you to decide what is the best option for your specific application, whether it is replacing worn out parts with standard spares or whether a selective upgrade or refurbishment would be an option to improve your operations. Spare and wear parts All Metso replacement parts are OEM and designed to meet the precise specifications of the components of your feeders.
Original equipment replacement parts ensure proper fit and function and include certified replacement parts across our entire range of products. Our global sourcing also helps make sure you get quality parts that are cost-effective and available when you need them.
Upgrades and refurbishments Metso can offer cost-effective components and parts to repair, modernize and upgrade your machine, bringing it back to its original capabilities.
Enjoy a fast payback, simplified maintenance and spare part requirements, as well as boosted availability and performance. Some key upgrades that can make the difference for your apron feeders are upgrades to your main drive and head shaft assembly, newer cast manganese pans, improved SALT sealed and lubricated track chains and modular rollers among others.
Each upgrade addresses a particular issue with the aim of minimizing maintenance, improving the availability of spare parts and allowing you to get the most out of your apron feeder. With a Metso audit or evaluation of your apron feeder, we can help you map out your options and find the solution that works for you.
Benefits Increased availability due to fewer stoppages for service and easier sourcing of spares Improved reliability with OEM grade parts Reduced maintenance issues with upgraded parts Maximized safety with specialized safety accesories Multiple brands served As your OEM expert, Metso offers the right support, service and top quality equipment and components. Through our heritage trademarks, we have over years of equipment experience with multiple models and brands.
You need to make sure that your apron feeder is installed correctly and then make sure that you are able to maintain optimal performance with proper management. In our final part of the series, Feeding the facts, Martin Yester gives us some insights on these two topics. Apron feeders require proper installation and management during operation for optimal performance levels. These bearings only require semi-regular grease lubrication. With eliminating the need for an automatic-lubricating system the tractor chain style apron feeder reduces operating costs OPEX. When designing a support structure for my apron feeder, what loads and mounting bolt patterns must be considered? When design a sub-structure for an apron feeder there are certain factors that must be considered.
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