Innovation
Mineral processing wear technology that leads the way.

An Innovative Leader More Than 40 Years of Excellence

Innovation has always been the essence of Corrosion Engineering. At Corrosion Engineering, we are proud to build on more than 40 years of history as the leading innovator in our industry. Our product development and technological innovation focuses on our customers’ goals to improve efficiency, profitability, and longevity of their processes.

Because we custom design and manufacture our products to meet the conditions of the application, we consider every aspect of the installation before carefully tailoring our products to meet the customer’s requirements. With engineering capabilities spanning rubber manufacturing and various types of process machinery, along with our cutting-edge manufacturing capabilities, we offer a truly custom product at competitive prices with long-lasting value.

In-House Design & Manufacturing

Corrosion Engineering has equipped and staffed our facilities for engineering and manufacturing excellence. We have a dedicated team with diverse education and professional backgrounds who have excelled in creating custom wear protection and material handling solutions for decades. Plus, our facility has all the advanced precision fabrication and manufacturing equipment needed to bring our innovative developments to a top-quality reality.

Creating Tomorrow's Innovation

Our storied history of forward-thinking designs stems from our philosophy of “out-of-the-box” thinking. We celebrate new ideas and collaborative work from every member of our team. We strive to look at old problems in new ways. Our goal is to take the latest advances in materials science and translate them into innovative products that deliver real value to our customers.

Proven InnovatorsOur Record of Engineering Achievement

Our in-house team of engineers have created many “firsts” among our industry. Those include:

  • The first steel-cable-reinforced molded-rubber screen panels
  • The first fully molded tapered openings
  • The first integrally molded pads and skid bars
  • The first molybdenum-disulfide-enriched rubber screen panels and chute liners (to reduce friction and sticking and increase screening efficiency)
  • The first molded-rubber cone-crusher feed-bowl liners
  • The first molded-rubber and ceramic-cone crusher main-frame liners
  • The first inflatable molded-rubber liners
  • The first molded-rubber and ceramic-wear liners with ceramic adhesion equal to the tensile strength of the rubber

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