Crushing and screening equipment parts

Spare parts

The element's spare parts are manufactured according to industry standards and Element technical specifications (materials, heat treatment, tolerances) and are in accordance with the high technical specifications of the equipment.

Our range of products covers the most common spare parts on the market, ranging from bronze to molded body parts.

Wear Parts

Element supplies wear parts for crushing and screening equipment that are working elements in contact with the processed rock and directly affect both the technological characteristics of the machine and the protection of heavily loaded bearing parts and kinematics of the machine against damage and wear.

When periodically replaced, high requirements are imposed on them, such as coupling sizes geometry, the correct composition and the material structure.

The optimal combination of the price and quality of parts of crushing and screening equipment affects the equipment owning cost and the unit cost of output products.

Design process

Element designs and manufactures spare and wear parts for crushing and screening equipment. We maintain a fleet of installed equipment of our customers and monitor the performance of parts and machines in general, thus having the opportunity to assess the impact of technological processes on our products. This information is the basis for improving the production of spare and wear parts that exactly meet the operational requirements of your production process.

Such unique parameters as the correct nip angle and the profile of the crushing chamber allow us to determine the optimum initial wear profile and predict the change of the part condition as it wears out. Element has a global system of selection and certification of spare and wear parts manufacturers, which guarantees the production and quality control of the supplied products.

Our benefits

  • Compliance with industry quality standards;
  • Guarantee of compatibility and applicability of components with equipment;
  • Reengineering with a production quality control system;
  • Warehouse program based on consumption analysis;
  • Local technical support through the network of front offices.