Composite friction lining

  • 08-Sep-2009 08:20 EDT
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Tribco offers brake, clutch, and transmission plates lined with 100% Kevlar fiber/polyimide composite friction lining, said to last three to five times longer than other linings. The composite lining is suitable for both wet and dry friction applications including clutches, power transmissions, PTOs, torque converters, synchronizers, and off-road brakes. Tribco claims the lining accepts heavier loads, withstands higher temperatures and pressures, and delivers improved torque as well as longer wear life. Nonabrasive Kevlar does not wear down metal mating surfaces such as flywheels, rotors, and drums, making it suitable for heavy-duty use on commercial vehicle and off-road equipment applications.

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