Published 02-04-2020
| Article appears in April 2020 Issue

K-Redi-Liner polyurethane protects equipment in fast, heavy-duty settings

02-04-2020

The K-Redi-Liner Polyurethane ensures that your equipment is protected when working with fast-moving heavy-hitting and material.

Kinder Australia kryptane engineered liner is well placed to provide a solid shield against wear and tear. It is appropriate for conveyor transfer points, screen discharge, feed liners, high wear chutes, hoppers and loading areas.

As an addition, the K-Redi-Liner Ceramic comes with alumina ceramic beads firmly embedded in the polyurethane.

Both boast a distinctive modular design. They feature a bolt system arrangeable into any required pattern - fitting into tighter and bespoke positions.

Saving time and money, the panels - 305mm by 305mm - are easy to replace individually: no need to replace an whole liner. They are much lighter than traditional steel, reducing workplace hazards during installation.

The K-Redi-Liner Polyurethane and K-Redi-Liner Ceramic both come in various hardness durometers and formulas to suit a variety of uses.

K-Redi-Liner Polyurethane panels come in thicknesses of 25mm, 38mm, 50mm and 63mm, whereas the K-Redi-Liner Ceramic panels come in thicknesses of 50mm and 63mm. Two sizes of fastening bolts are available: ½ and ¾ inches.

K-Redi-Liner polyurethane is available with fire retardant, fire resistant and anti-static formulated options. 

For more information visit www.kinder.com.au or contact conveyorsolutions@kinder.com.au.

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