Inspection & Testing
WITH ever growing pressures on mining operations, companies are extending the life of their equipment by leveraging Eriez’ service capabilities.
Its technicians can inspect equipment on-site or the customer can deliver their equipment in-factory for a strip and inspect.
Eriez provides a detailed report outlining the best courses of action.
This may mean preventative maintenance or replacing minor components, updating electronics, or carrying out a complete rebuild to original OEM specifications.
All repairs and refurbishments are covered by an Eriez warranty.
Most importantly, Eriez understands the dangers associated with handling permanent magnets.
Its personnel are specially trained and follow specific job safety procedures to properly handle high-strength magnetic elements.
Eriez should always be contacted prior to any dis-assembling or when handling magnetic equipment to help ensure safety is paramount. Downtime equals loss of production. Eriez inspections and performance audits improve equipment availability by avoiding unscheduled downtime.
Its technicians have an unparalleled level of skill and knowledge understanding the application and limits of magnetic equipment.
Eriez is dedicated to its research and development programs that deliver technology improvements for the industry.
Advancements in technologies and innovations are often implemented as upgrades during rebuild processes.
An early innovation was the external oil expansion tank developed for its suspended electromagnets (SE).
This ensures that the magnet coils always stay completely submerged, thus preventing moisture infiltration and coil burn-outs.
Subsequently, Eriez SE magnets run cooler, are stronger, and last longer than the competition.
The company has also retrofitted expansion tanks to competitor SE’s to boost performance.
Eriez can improve the magnetic power of wet drum magnetic separators with enhanced circuit design and better-quality magnets.
The performance of vibratory feeders is improved with new energy saving components; metal detectors are improved with software updates; and smart phone technology can feedback real time data to enhance maintenance and operating processes.
Getting the maximum life depends on the equipment, its working conditions, duty and operating environment.
Process equipment represents a significant capital investment, and annual inspections are mandatory to maintain them in peak working order, to identify any looming issues and for the possibility of process improvements.
Regular equipment checks, process audits and in-plant certifications by Eriez will help maximise life.
Eriez has the complete in-house capability necessary to service, repair and refurbish damaged equipment quickly, accurately, and safely.
More information can be found by calling (03) 8401 7400, emailing email@example.com or by visiting: www.eriez.com.au.
As good as new suspended electromagnetic repair.