The products are made from a range of asbestos-free fibers to form yarn and cloth of various specifications., which become the skeleton material of friction sealing materials and meet the requirements of environmental protection.
Key words：Yarn for clutch dough sheet | Yarn for brake belt | Short fiber
Powder coating, the appearance of the finished product is powder. Powder coating products are used for coating the steel rear surface of brake pads, providing effective rust protection and aesthetic appeal.
The raw and auxiliary materials used in the product are all solid materials, without any solvent, and the production process has zero emission of harmful gases (VOCS). There is no waste water, waste gas and waste residue in the production process, and the product is not flammable and explosive. A small amount of dust is produced in the production process, which can be reused after collection.
Amid the stringent environmental protection regulations, plastic powder is increasingly prevailing as an eco-friendly coating material, taking the place of paints and electroplating processes. Compared to painting and electroplating, powder coating enjoys many benefits, such as low cost, excellent results, and enhanced sustainability.
How to use the product: Electrostatic spray gun is used to adsorb powder onto the surface of the metal parts. The parts are then placed in an oven at approximately 200℃ for 15 minutes (for parts with an extra thick coating, longer baking times should be used). Once cooled, it forms a protective coating on the surface of the workpiece.
Special fibers have different special properties, such as strong corrosion resistance, low wear, high temperature resistance, radiation resistance, flame resistance, high voltage resistance, high strength and high modulus, high elasticity, reverse osmosis, filtration, adsorption, ion exchange, light conduction, conductivity, and various medical functions.
Most specialty fibers are made by wet spinning. Some special fiber preparation processes are more difficult, such as spinning linear or low molecular weight fibers using traditional spinning techniques, and then undergoing cyclization, cross-linking, metal chelation, high-temperature heat treatment, surface physicochemical treatment or plasma treatment to produce finished fibers; In addition, new spinning processes such as lotion spinning, reactive spinning, liquid crystal spinning, dry jet wet spinning, phase separation spinning, high voltage electrostatic spinning, high-speed airflow melting jet and special composite spinning technologies are needed; Some also utilize existing synthetic fibers to obtain various ion exchange groups through functional group reactions or convert them into special fibers.
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