Extreme protection for extreme applications. Developed in 1971 by Hensley PTY in Australia and is high chromium white iron bonded to a weldable mild steel backing. Place Laminite in high wear areas on any of your equipment subjected to high abrasion.
Hensley PTY Laminite
Laminite®, A Unique Wear Material Created By Hensley Industries Australia. Designed To Reduce Heavy Equipment Downtime In 3 Ways.
- Acts as the ultimate first defense against wear and abrasion when welded or bolted to your machine’s vulnerable surfaces.
- Perfect quick replacement for worn and shattered wear parts out in the field.
- Allows you to customize your wear protection.
A layering of white iron over mild steel, Laminite® is easy to weld with minimal preparation. If you choose, it can also be machined or stud-bolted. The mild steel backing cushions the white iron enabling it to withstand impact and abrasion even in the harshest of conditions.
Created in 1971 by Hensley Industries Australia (formerly Mason & Cox) for mining and quarry applications. Laminite®’s reputation for being the ultimate protection against impact and high abrasion extends into the steel, cement, coal, glass, sugar cane, and wood chip industries.
Features And Benefits
- Easy to cut for customized protection.
- Easy to bend for protecting contoured surfaces.
- Available in 6 sizes.
- Ideal for bucket bottom protection.
- Trapezoidal shape for spade bucket lips.
- 3 standard sizes in rectangular and trapezoidal shapes.
- Available in multiple sizes and shapes.
- Can be used to create “rock box” or “dirt on dirt” protection.
- Ideal for smaller areas requiring wear resistant material.
- Requires less welding time and material.
- 5 sizes from 60mm to 150mm in diameter.
- For protection of exposed nuts and bolts used on cutting edges and similar applications.
- Alternative – Can be cut in half and placed in front of exposed nuts and bolts in a U-shaped configuration.
- Standard sizes minimize customer cost versus custom shapes.
- Peaked profile offers longer wear life and greater material deflection.