Columbia Steel Casting Company's new, patented cone mantle design offers improved crusher output, based on initial field trials. According to the company, by looking beyond the concept of simple gravity feeding, Columbia’s engineers have developed a unique mantle modification intended to direct feed more efficiently into a crushing chamber.
Columbia Steel Casting Co., Inc.10425 N. Bloss Ave.
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Columbia Steel manufactures replacement wear parts for all popular crusher makes and models. The company designs crusher wear part profiles to improve production throughout the wear life of the parts, to increase overall wear life, to obtain consistent sizing, and to reduce the number of change-outs.
All products are made at their full service facility in Portland, Oregon, USA, and include wear parts for:
Columbia Steel maintains the broadest range of crusher wear part patterns of any single manufacturer in the world. Product engineers listen to customers and study liner wear in order to propose more effective and job matched designs. The company can offer recommendations from their wear parts inventory and large collection of patterns, or can engineer a custom part to do the job. Product engineers work closely with customers to study liner wear, and to propose more effective designs—from our inventory, from our large collection of patterns, or as custom designs. Achieve improved performance from your crusher by asking for Columbia Steel to perform a Crusher Wear Study.
Columbia Steel manufactures the industry leading premium 24% manganese steel Xtralloy®. With over 25 years of proven success, it's the alloy crusher operators trust to crush the toughest, most abrasive material. Xtralloy is significantly higher in carbon and manganese content then conventional Hadfield's manganese steel, resulting in excellent wear resistance and reliability. Xtralloy can be cast in thick, heavy sections, making it available for use in large cone and jaw crusher parts.
Columbia Steel has become a major vendor to the operators of draglines in the mining of aggregate, coal, lignite and phosphate because of our determined effort to provide stronger, longer lasting parts. Columbia has a many parts that meet the needs of draglines used for aggregate production.
Columbia Steel is one of the few remaining U.S. wear parts producers to maintain a vertically integrated manufacturing operation at one location. We control each facet of design and production in-house, including product engineering, patternmaking, machining, hard facing and quality assurance. In business since 1901, Columbia Steel continues to grow in capacity and in its ability to better meet the customers' needs.