Crushing Equipment wear liners of all sizes are now manufactured with engineered holes allowing use of the innovative Mangasafe liner-lifting tool.
The tool is simply inserted into the cast holes, turned and a stabiliser bar attached, which will not allow the tool to separate from the liner when lifting chains or slings become slack.
The Mangasafe does not require any bolts or additional fittings to attach it to the liner.
Jaw crusher liners can also be reversed without any additional lifting attachments.
The unique design of Mangasafe means jaw liners adopt an ideal angle for lowering and positioning against the jaw face.
Crushing Equipment Pty Ltd developed Mangasafe in response to the hazardous task of changing crusher liners. Welding lugs to liners required skilled, accredited tradesmen, but did not guarantee safety as it relies on the composition and integrity of the manganese casting.
Crushing Equipment Pty Ltd, with offices in Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane, is part of the South Africa’s Scaw Metals Group. Scaw Metals Group produces a variety of components and manganese steel wear parts for original equipment manufacturers and third party suppliers and end users around the world.