The K-Magrepair – Magnetic Wear and Repair System is an innovative solution to many wear related problems utilising the latest in magnetic technology. The K-Magrepair – Magnetic Wear and Repair System product range holds in place even under the heaviest impact load and provides prompt “on the fly” simple wear and temporary repair to steel equipment, such as chutes, bins and pipes – with minimum disruption and stoppage downtime, ensuring optimal productivity.
K-Magrepair – Magnetic Wear and Repair System, with composite rubber or polyurethane casing on all sides, removes the need to section out and re-weld damaged steel caused by many high abrasion applications in conveying lines and vibratory feeds systems. The K-Magrepair – Magnetic Wear and Repair System is currently available in 3 types:
- K-Magrepair Temporary Panels
- K-Magrepair Reusable Patches
- K-Magrepair HD Wear Plates
K-Magrepair Temporary Panels provide quick abrasion resistant repair to worn or damaged chute and bin walls. No complications such as welding, bolting or adhesives are required to install panels as K-Magrepair fastens utilising magnetic force alone.
K-Magrepair Reusable Patches provide instant repair to leaks in steel equipment. They are suitable for either wet or dry applications, and enable continuous flow of even the highest of pressure applications until a scheduled permanent repair date.
K-Magrepair HD Wear Plates provide powerful magnetic ‘on the fly’ lining that is maintenance free. They are especially beneficial in areas requiring more frequent change out of liners, since the time to install and change out is less than half that of traditional liners.
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