Between earth-shattering loads and brutal cold temperatures, mining can be tough on equipment. But with MTI’s unique friction welding process, your crews can spend more time out in the field and less time in the repair shop.See How We Do It
WHY FRICTION WELDING FOR MINING?
A STRESS-FREE SUPERIOR JOINT
With friction welding, the materials never melt. Instead, they plasticize and create a more durable bond than what’s produced with brazing.
ADDED PROTECTION FOR MINING EQUIPMENT
Grader edges, tertiary sizers – you name it, friction welding can likely help protect it. Anything that touches the ground could see improvements with our process.
REDUCE YOUR REPAIR COSTS
Added protection for your mining equipment translates to less downtime, allowing your crews to maximize their efficiency.
HOW WE’VE HELPED THE MINING INDUSTRY
Friction Welding and Oil Sands: A Case Study
With MTI’s linear friction welding process, a Canadian oil sands producer was able to extend the service life of its equipment.
An Ideal Friction Welder for Mining
The LF35-75 is one of the largest linear friction welders in the world and has a proven history of producing quality mining applications at the LIFT facility in Detroit, Michigan.
An Unmatched Solid-State Process
Linear Friction Welding has the capability of revolutionizing your mining application. Learn the science behind it.
Solid-state joining for mining – no flash removal necessary!
Low Force Friction Welding can save time and money by potentially eliminating the need to remove flash from each weld.
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WATCH: REDUCING WEAR WITH FRICTION WELDING
Have 10 minutes? MTI’s Friction Welding for Mining Expert Tim Jennings talks more about how friction welding can reduce wear in his on-demand “Timinar” series!
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SEE: FRICTION WELDING PART GALLERY
What types of parts are we capable of joining with friction welding? Check it out in our ever-growing part gallery.