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ConSpare launch new block machine vibration table liners

ConSpareUltra PLUS

Company introduces ConSpareUltra PLUS to concrete block producers using steel pallets

CONSPARE, specialists in concrete production equipment, have further expanded their range of block machine spare parts and components, bringing the benefits of ConSpareUltra tungsten carbide vibration table liners to concrete block manufacturers using steel production boards.

The company has unveiled ConSpareUltra PLUS – a new range of block machine vibration table liners that utilize a newly developed compound variation of tungsten carbide that is said to be highly resistant to both wear and, critically, breakage, thanks to additional impact resistance.

The use of wear-resistant cemented carbide liners has previously been confined to block machines using wood or composite production boards. The new technology, which is available in the UK exclusively via ConSpare, can now be employed in the manufacture of concrete blocks on steel pallets too.

According to ConSpare, the benefits of using the new table liners include: prolonged service life; elimination of weekly adjustments; greater preservation of pallets; reduction in cost; and enhanced quality assurance.

Darren Kershaw, spare parts director for ConSpare, said: ‘Our ConSpareUltra range of vibration table liners have been site proven for over a decade now, offering cost-effective operation and the highest levels of abrasion resistance for block producers using wooden or composite boards. So, we’re delighted to now be able to provide these benefits to customers using steel boards too.

‘The excellent wear characteristics help to cut block machine operating costs through low-maintenance, long-life performance, and the particularly smooth low-friction surface finish aids pallet flow. This combination ensures long service life, resulting in minimal adjustment requirements and improved end-product consistency.’

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