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|Aluminium Oxide (min) Al2 O3||92%|
|Flexural Strength at Room Temp. (Mpa)||240 min.|
|Abrasion by Impingement||0.05 grams max.|
|Abrasion by Rubbing||0.1 grams max.|
|Polymer||1.13 +/- 0.03|
|Shore Hardness Degree A||60 +/- 5|
|Elongation at break % Min||450%|
|Tensile Strength||17.5 N/mm2|
|Abrasion Loss||150 mm3 at 10 N|
|Hardness (R 45 N)||79 min.|
|Cold Crushing Strength (Mpa)||2050 min|
Huge volumes of ROM and crushed material at very high transport speeds in conjunction with low angles of impact tend to accelerate wear which requires frequent change of lining surface resulting in costly down times.For such high wear and extreme applications, high-density aluminum oxide ceramic tiles have proven to be an excellent choice as a lining material.By embedding the ceramic tiles on to the rubber, it is also possible to achieve impact cushioning along with the superior wear resistance provided by alumina ceramic tiles.The key advantages of using Ceramic Pads as a lining material are:
Light Duty Applications:
- Long service life
- Reduced downtimes
- Quick and easy installation
- Special Ceramic Design Shapes
- Noise reduction on the system
- For light duty application, Forech provides a square/hex tile design with flushed tiles or with rubber between tiles that allows the product to be light and flexible.
- The gap allows for easy installation on both concave and convex surfaces. The size of the sheet can also be easily changed by cutting between the ceramic tiles and through the rubber-allowing you to customize the sheet according to your installation's needs.
- The back of the liner for light duty applications is provided with a Bonding Layer to strengthen the rubber to metal bond, as well as to reduce the time required to glue the sheet during installation.