Monday 21st Jun, 2021

Kinder Australia to custom shape polyurethane lining

Kinder Australia has released a Polyurethane Lining System using a proprietary Kryptane urethane wear liner to meet the demands of particular demands of specific materials.

Kinder Australia has released a Polyurethane Lining System using a proprietary Kryptane urethane wear liner to meet the demands of specific materials.

Designed to be simple to install, the K-Superline Polyurethane Lining System helps solve the issues of sliding abrasion, impact damage, sticking material, excessive corrosion and loud noise from constant material impact.

The system is 85 per cent lighter than traditional steel, making installation and maintenance easier.

K-Superline can significantly dampen noise, which is an important to reduce noise pollution and reduce risk of noise induced hearing loss. It produces 80 per cent less noise than steel.

It has been designed to be a stronger and more elastic version than other outwardly similar polyurethane products, based on a patented chemical formula with a modified molecular structure to alternative polyurethane materials.

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Kinder Australia is now able to watercut K-Superline into custom shapes to suit any space required. By using a waterjet up to 60,000 psi, the company can easily cut through polyurethane to any specific shape or profile. Sharp corners, bevels, pierce holes, and shapes with minimal inner radii are all possible. These accurately placed holes will suit existing chute liners for easy repeatable installation.

A dual-coloured wear indicator is also possible, so that ‘hot spots’ can be quickly identified and acted upon.

By correctly matching the K-Superline characteristics, the specific product type, the angle of impact and the existing wear liner issue K-Superline can provide an improvement as a replacement for polyethylene, rubber, UHMWPE and steel wear liners.