Frequently Asked Ceramic Questions

Below are some frequently asked ceramic questions. If your question or answer isn’t below, please feel free to contact us with your inquiry.

Q: Are your employees MSHA certified?

A: Yes, all employees are MSHA part 48 B certified

Q: What is normal lead time to get ceramic lining?

A: We have a complete inventory of 2 inch ceramic linings for standard ball mills without pre engineered end walls.

Q: How long should we let the epoxy sit before turning mill?

A: We recommend 8 hours.

Q: How much time downtime can we expect for mill relining?

A: It all depends on customers and size of mill, most jobs takes less than 5 days and can work around clock to get job completed.

Q: What are your payment terms?

A: Net 30

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Phone: 803. 319. 7991


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Ceramic Ball Mill Repair

A&B Industrial Ceramics is a South Carolina based supplier and installer of wear resistant ceramic linings and media in the ball mill industry. We own a complete line of equipment to handle small and large jobs in either the ceramic or refractory fields. Our personnel have been trained under both MSHA and OSHA guidelines and we maintain an insurance mod rating of .89 with no reportable or lost time accidents in over 20 years of business. All employees are MSHA part 48B trained and certified.

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