Smiley Monroe’s Ceramic Liners offer systems the maximum protection from wear and corrosion as well as preventing blockages – reducing downtime and expensive refits.

Transfer chutes should be lined on flow surfaces with a material providing excellent abrasive wear resistance so that this liner, not the chute itself, is the sacrificial element. The type of liner material must be compatible with the bulk material being handled. Depending on the cost of lining material, as well as ease of attaching to the chute walls, the selection is almost always some sort of compromise.


  • Considerably increased service life – maximum wear protection for handling industry’s most abrasive materials
  • Shock absorbing rubber – high impact resistance ensures the ceramic tiles do not crack and significantly reduces noise pollution
  • Rubber component is protected below the ceramic flow surface
  • Flexible sheets ideal for curved surfaces
  • Easy to fit
  • Steel-backed rubber bonded ceramic panels can be made to suit customer’s requirements


  • Flexible ceramic rubber-backed sheets (500mm x 500mm), available in boxes of 4 sheets (1 square metre coverage)
  • Available in 3mm or 4mm thick ceramic


  • Ceramic panel tiles available in 2 sizes: 25mm x 25mm x 10mm thick / 100mm x 100mm x 20mm thick
  • Panel size and shape can be made to suit customer’s requirements


  • Coal
  • Coke
  • Sinter
  • Iron Ore


  • Coal Handling
  • Power Generation
  • Steel
  • Mining