Knelson offers a wide variety of optional spare parts and tooling packages to their customers. When operating in remote locations or in countries where restrictive import regulations can hamper the expeditious clearance of spare parts, these packages can provide the necessary safety stock to ensure the customer's Knelson Concentrator provides a high level of availability at all times.
Commissioning Spare Parts Package
This package consists of critical items for the initial start-up and commissioning of CD and XD series machines. This is the minimum recommended package for the client if not purchasing a full spare parts package. Available for all models.
The operating spare parts package consists of the items that are recommended to be on-hand to ensure against machine downtime due to an unanticipated or pre-mature part failure. It is unlikely that there will be a requirement for replacement parts during the first year of machine operation. Available for all models.
The standard abrasion spares have been separated from the operating spares to provide another option when considering the overall selection of a parts package. These are consumable items that are subjected to extreme abrasion and intended to provide added protection for the internal components of the Knelson such as the concentrating cone. Available in most models.
This package is especially meant for the Knelson ICS control system or custom designed Knelson systems where customers in remote locations may experience power fluctuation issues and/or have 'dirty' power.
Additional spare parts packages are available to ensure quality maintenance measures for your Knelson. These additional packages include specialty tools, standard hand tools, service packs, lubrication kits, feed by-pass spares and concentrate cone packages.
"First heard about them (Knelsons) when at a gold conference in Kal in 1984. First saw one operate when I joined an alluvial mining company in 1988. Seen them throughout my travels in Australia (all states and the NT), Africa, South America, Pacific and Asia since that time."
- David Laurence, Associate Professor - School of Mining Engineering, Australia
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