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New ESCO Nemisys lip system for wheel loaders

Esco Nemisys Lip System for wheel loaders

With over 4000 digging hours of testing and validation the new Nemisys Lip System for wheel loaders offers a distinct choice  for Wheel loader operations in  mining operations. 

The Nemisys tooth system is a field-proven performer with installations on over 500 machines worldwide. Initially developed for large mining shovels and hoes, the system is now configured for optimum performance on wheel loaders.

The Nemisys lip system features an integrated single-side lock for easier and faster removal to minimize machine downtime during maintenance cycles. The hammerless lock provides improved engagement with the nose to significantly reduce the chance of point loss and unplanned downtime.

Plate lip assemblies can be configured to meet customer requirements - available in 10° or 15° step spade versions.Adapter options are ESCO's T4 mechanically attached system or weld-on adapters. Both styles include a standard or super-duty wear cap.

There are three loader point options: general purpose that provides the best balance of penetration and weight; an abrasion/penetration style that provides excellent loading and long life in hard abrasive applications; and the ultimate abrasion point for maximum wear life in extreme abrasion.

The Nemisys components can also convert existing buckets to the premier ESCO system for exceptional performance and a lower cost of ownership over conventional lip systems. 

Company info

2141 NW 25th Ave
Portland, OR
US, 97210

Website:
escocorp.com/EN/Pages/default.aspx

Phone number:
503-228-2141

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601 Weir Way
Fort Worth, TX
US, 76108

Website:
weirminerals.com

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