Got A Sticky Load? Release It Faster With UHMW Liners

13 Sep

As a member of Prisma Plastics we have a unique relationship with Quadrant Plastics, the manufacturer of TIVAR UHMW.

Simply send us the make and model of your standard issue truck or loader and we can ship a ready-to-install liner right to your job site.

Custom jobs aren’t a problem, either. Quadrant’s engineers are ready to work with us to develop a custom lining system that meets your exact needs.Give us a call 1-800-268-6784 . We can ship anywhere in the world.

Here’s Some Examples
Showing The Benefits Of
Lined Buckets & Trucks


Lined Bulldozer Bucket On The Left


Here’s an example of a product
Super-Slide® available
from Horn Plastics out of North Dakota



Pre-engineered Drop-in Liners


Lined Snow Plow

and, now a word from our sponsors 😉

“Recognized worldwide as the premium lining material for bulk material handling, Quadrant EPP’s TIVAR® 88 is noted for its performance in promoting bulk solids flow of cohesive or non-free flowing materials due to its low surface friction. TIVAR® 88 liners are the perfect solution when you need to reduce or eliminate arching, rat-holing ( failure in hopper or silo emptying. In this situation, only material in the center of the container empties leaving an empty vertical column) and erratic material flow challenges in bins, bunkers, hoppers and chutes, railcars, etc. Tivar UHMW liners prevent sticking, freezing, and spontaneous combustion. They reduce wear and tear on metal parts helping to control maintenance budgets. It is used in the handling of cement, dirt, aggregates, ore mining, coal, and pulp and paper. “










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Posted by on September 13, 2007 in Industrial Plastics


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