Our team was selected to provide full disassembly, inspection, and reassembly of this very complex gear box, and we had one day to get it done. Our team was more than up for the challenge; starting at 5 am and had it strapped on the truck by 6:30 pm that same night. When the proverbial shit hits the fan, the Peninsula Iron Works team is the partner you want by your side. We will move mountains to make things happen for our customers/partners. Give Peninsula Iron Works a chance on your next shutdown project, and we promise you will see the difference.
Peninsula Crusher Works is quickly making a name for ourselves in the mining and aggregates industries. Our design build services are second to none. From chutes, hoppers, crusher components, structural frames, and more. We offer the highest quality fabrication coupled with market competitive price points. We take a great deal of pride in our ability to design equipment and parts specifically catered to people working in the field. We go above and beyond to make sure it can be easily and safely maintained. If you have an upcoming project please reach out to us. Let us show you the Peninsula Crusher Works way; we promise you won't be disappointed!
Usually we use this space to showcase the amazing capabilities of our high tech fabrication and advanced CNC machining facilities, but today with the holiday around the corner I am posting a couple of pictures of the bridge that casts it shadow on our building and has been our neighbor for 86 years. Peninsula Iron Works was only a teenager then, at about 14 years old. 100 years later we are still here and the bridge keeps traffic moving across the river. Bringing customers to us and delivering trucks loaded with completed projects to satisfied customers all over the region and country. Of course there are other ways in and out and one of Portland's nicknames is 'Bridgetown' so you can imagine there are many other bridges across the Willamette River, but I would argue that none are as majestic and architecturally interesting as our younger brother. Plus it just looked cool in the fog, and earlier in fall with the sunrise on the horizon. Come see this piece of history in North Portland and if you are considering us for your next big project or crusher refurbishment, or it has been a while since you've seen us, give us a call and arrange a tour. Let us show you what makes Peninsula Iron Works and Peninsula Crusher Works different. Though we have been here a long, long time we are constantly changing and upgrading our technology and capabilities. We are one of the newest, old manufacturing and equipment rehabilitation companies around. Enjoy your families and friends this holiday weekend. We will be back at it next week. There is work to be done.
The Peninsula Crusher Works brand is a fairly new introduction into the market place, but it has already gained significant momentum. It turns out that offering unparalleled customer support coupled with a very unique set of in shop capabilities is a winning formula. All of us here at Peninsula Crusher Works would like to thank our customers who have allowed us to be their shop of choice for crusher rebuilds, design build projects, and any other misc. repair/rebuild work. If you are looking for an excellent partner to support your mining operations please give Peninsula Crusher Works a call; you won't be disapointed!
Crushing components have a difficult life. They get run hard day in and day out. Below is a good representation of the typical condition most Cones arrive to us here at Peninsula Crusher Works. The threads destroyed, the necks cratered out from removing liners, and the liner seats almost always out of angle. We take a lot of pride in sending out our repair jobs looking & working like brand new components. I think the saying "look good, feel good" applies here. It's the little touches like painting them free of charge before they ship that makes all the difference. Don't settle for rebuilds & repairs that are just "ok". Reach out to Peninsula Crusher Works and see how we can make your next project exceptional!
We get this question a lot here at Peninsula Crusher Works and it's not a simple one to answer. There are a lot of factors that should be considered before scrapping a piece of equipment. What is the cost of rebuilding vs. the cost of new equipment? How long will the rebuild keep us operating? What is the difference in production between the rebuilt equipment vs. new? And most importantly; do we have a trustworthy source for the rebuild? This is where working with a partner like Peninsula Crusher Works can pay dividends! We take the time to learn each customer's unique applications for their equipment which in turn allows us to better weigh in on capital equipment projects. Most of our customer's see a 50% or more cost saving on rebuilt machines and components vs. buying new. Allowing them to allocate capital funding to other projects. The project pictured below is a great example of a machine that would be written off by most as irreparable. We were able to resurrect this machine for about a 1/10th of the cost of replacing the component. So before you send your broken down equipment to the scrap yard make sure to give Peninsula Crusher Works a call!
Peninsula Iron Works is wrapping the rebuild on our new/old vertical mill for our machine shop. Everything from the new FANUC CNC controller integration to the paint was done in house. Looking for a reasonable option for large machining equipment? Contact Peninsula Iron Works and see how retrofitting older machines can be a cost effective alternative to buying new.