Wear of pads are related to the polimeric base degradation, the abrasives heated (flash temperatures) and locally degrade the matrix. We can see two kinds of debris, the red one (iron oxide) with more abrasives and an other black (more graphite). For forging presses with insertion times of 3s or less the heat is quite high and the heat exchange gradually increases the temperature up to 300 C. Instead of phenolic matrix, what can be used?

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My friend Tony sent this to me. We (SGA Advanced Solutions) have put our chemistry over much less durable polylactic acid and have raised the temperature from 107F to over 500F. Keep in mind the atomic polymer's melting point is 3,000F. Our atomic polymer chemistry provides superior heat dispersion as well as superior bonding and cross-linking capabilities. Atomic polymer chemistry is seriously powerful green chemistry for high stress, high sheer, environments as it flexes and bends, but is super strong and will not break easily. As it captures phenolics within its quadpore sequestration sites, it is the perfect animal for enhancing phenolics, and is immune to heat stress. Also, the Atomic Polymer chemistry sequesters metal ions and graphite (carbon). So the combination should work well. If interested, call me at 206-219-9236, SGA Advanced Solutions.
Thanks for the reply. My e-mail is pritzelwitz@usp.br, please send me a e-mail in way to start a idea how to do some tests with your product. The first idea is to add as a filler in the clutch linning, do some pin disk tests in some conditions that can reproduce the press operation conditions and check the wear against the standard product. Waiting you e-mail,best regards Philip

Benjamin Cook said:
My friend Tony sent this to me. We (SGA Advanced Solutions) have put our chemistry over much less durable polylactic acid and have raised the temperature from 107F to over 500F. Keep in mind the atomic polymer's melting point is 3,000F. Our atomic polymer chemistry provides superior heat dispersion as well as superior bonding and cross-linking capabilities. Atomic polymer chemistry is seriously powerful green chemistry for high stress, high sheer, environments as it flexes and bends, but is super strong and will not break easily. As it captures phenolics within its quadpore sequestration sites, it is the perfect animal for enhancing phenolics, and is immune to heat stress. Also, the Atomic Polymer chemistry sequesters metal ions and graphite (carbon). So the combination should work well. If interested, call me at 206-219-9236, SGA Advanced Solutions.

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