Morgan Advanced Materials expands into new markets
Published by Angharad Lock,
Digital Assistant Editor
Morgan Advanced Materials has announced is expanding its range of hydrocyclone liners into new markets, as it continues to further develop this solution.
Now Morgan is growing its offering in a variety of industrial sectors, including pulp & paper, but also looking towards additional industries which face similar challenges when it comes to material separation in abrasive or corrosive conditions.
In mining applications, the lining of hydrocyclones in centrifugal separation systems can be subject to extreme levels of wear and tear. Linings with low wear resistance erode quickly and require replacement, resulting in additional cost and excessive downtime.
In order to withstand harsh environments, Morgan’s liners are made using a proprietary alumina ceramic grade, specially formulated for high wear resistance, making them suitable for a host of applications, which are subject to sustained contact with abrasive materials. In addition to the high quality base material, Morgan’s glaze bonding technology facilitates high strength joining of liner components which enable the use of internal flow geometries while minimising risk of joint breakage, giving a longer overall lifespan, while reducing both total cost of ownership and downtime compared to other material solutions.
Oliver Ridd, Commercial Manager at Morgan Advanced Materials, discusses the reasoning behind the development: “By investing in our engineering capability, this greatly enhances our ability to bring to market robust and reliable components suitable for harsh environments. Over time, increased investment will enhance our materials and product development capability, allowing us to better meet the engineering challenges of global industry.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/product-news/13102016/morgan-advanced-materials-expands-into-new-markets/
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