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GrinderCrusherScreen goes to Battle with Extreme Armor TM Carbide Tips
GrinderCrusherScreen Inc., a leader in selling used wood grinders, crushers, shredders, and screening plants, has just announced the Grand Opening of GrinderCrusherScreen Wear parts, a new division devoted to the sales of tips, hammers, and screens for all major manufactures of wood grinders. This new expansion into the wear parts industry is a natural fit as they already sell an abundance of tub grinders and horizontal grinders throughout the United States and internationally.

According to owner, Neal Kaiserman, “our customers wanted a reputable company to purchase their wear parts from. They wanted customer service and a product that will last without costing an arm and leg. Our quality is second to none and our prices are definitely less money when comparing equal parts.”

As a part of this announcement, GrinderCrusherScreen Wear parts is introducing a new revolutionary carbide tip called Extreme Armor TM. This special welding process allows for twice the carbide to be used and results in parts lasting 2-3 times longer than standard parts. The beautiful part of Extreme Armor TM is that it only costs 30% -40% more than a normal tip.

Kaiserman explains “it takes time for a customer to realize that it is O.K. to spend 30% - 40% more on a part to get 2-3 times the life. In the long run it will save the customer money, not only in parts, but also in labor.” Kaiserman predicts that after one year’s time that over 50% of their business will be Extreme Armor TM carbide tips. “After we educate our customers and they try the part, they will see a huge difference in longevity of the parts. We will always carry the standard parts which we are confident will stand up and exceed any part sold by an O.E.M.

When asked if there is a huge difference between wear tips, Kaiserman said “absolutely”. A known secret in the industry is that most manufacturers do not manufacture their own tips so they buy them from companies like GrinderCrusherScreen.

“I am sad to say that the majority of blanks in the industry come from the same providers from overseas and the carbide also comes from local U.S. distributors who purchase carbide from the same sources overseas. The differences in tips can be seen by the quality of weld and the amount of carbide put into each tip. Many companies cut corners and expenses by putting less carbide on the part. They do this to maximize profits. GrinderCrusherScreen Wear Parts will differentiate themselves from the others by having consistent parts that last,” he said.

The wear parts division of GrinderCrusherScreen Inc is unique in that it has a complete catalogue of parts on line at categorized by grinder brand names and models. They offer carbide weld tips and solid carbide tips so they can supply almost any tip available on the market. Most suppliers of tips only sell a few sizes of tips. GrinderCrusherScreen not only offers hundreds of tips but they offer them in any weld selection that the customer requires. In addition, they can take care of your screens and hammers at extremely competitive pricing. Kaiserman claims that many suppliers of Wear parts do not educate their customers and that they have little idea what they are buying. He says “many customers are shopping strictly price and do not consider the fact that not all parts are equal. For instance, screens for grinders can be made out of AR400 Plate or AR500 plate but we were surprised how many customers were receiving screens made out of mild steel. This is where buying from a reputable supplier is crucial.”

In a dismal economy, GrinderCrusherScreen has grown tremendously by sticking to their beliefs that anyone can sell a machine or part, but GrinderCrusherScreen’s success relies on providing the correct machine or part for the customer’s particular application. This differentiates GrinderCrusherScreen Inc. from its competitors. For more information, call GrinderCrusherScreen Inc. at 971-344-0001 (west coast) or 770-433-2670 (east coast) or on line at

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