Iron transmission Discs


Iron friction material is a sintered friction material with the main composite of iron powder; also present are various other powders such as friction & metal using the powder metallurgy process also known as sintering. The production process involves the mixture of the powders, then moulding it into a mass using heat & pressure also know as sintering. Once the material is sintered to the steel core plate the final thicknesses & groove patterns are then machined to the surface to guarantee reliable friction behaviour. The following are properties that are associated with this type of material:


> High coefficient of friction
> Good wear resistance
> Long life

Parameter Wet Application Dry Application
  • Dynamic Coefficient (μd)
  • Static Coefficient (μs)
  • Wear Rate (λ)
  • Conditions of Application
  • >= 0.35
  • >= 0.45
  • <= 2.0×10-8cm3/J
  • Specific Pressure: <= 6MPa Linear Velocity: <= 80m/s
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