Abraservice meets the requirements of customers who work in highly demanding environments, where quality and durability of parts is absolutely necessary.
Asphalt plants undergo severe wear due to the mixing of highly abrasive aggregate at high temperatures. Our experience with extremely abrasive commodities (concrete, coal, mineral mining and refining, recycling) and elevated temperatures (steel foundries, coal power plants), makes Abraservice uniquely qualified to help extend the life of your asphalt plant wear parts.
Tightly related to steel, cement is another key material in the industry with a global production around 4,000 millions metric tons a year. The manufacturing of cement is a demanding process involving numerous steps and machines, all of which are heavily impacted by abrasion and harsh mechanical constraints.
Not only is our Duroxite® extremely resistant to the intense abrasive wear and impacts of this industry, but it is also super slick, which greatly helps in limiting the risk of costly stoppages.
In power plants, large quantities of bulk material are handled and components are exposed to high abrasion. Unless they are aptly built and protected, these equipments will lose reliability, resulting in malfunctions.
Metal industry is, following mining, the next step in the process from raw materials to final products. 1,600 millions metric tons of crude steel are produced yearly.
Mining is one of the oldest industries on earth and a most essential one. This primary industry provides the ores and metals required by many manufacturing activities for further processing.
Wood and forestry operations have some particular wear challenges. One is that wood processing usually leads to a corrosive and acidic wear environment. We have the experience and knowledge to counter this and other challenges and provide wear parts and solutions that ensure a productive, low-maintenace and cost-efficient operation.
From metal to wood, plastic to glass, the spectrum of Abraservice know-how in recycling is as broad as the extent of materials involved.
Yellow goods can be broken down into a variety of equipment: construction & deconstruction sites, railway industry, handling, harbor works, dragging and boring, wood industry.