We are a large modern aluminum processing enterprise that integrates processing, manufacturing, and scientific research of aluminum coil/discs, aluminum sheet, aluminum circle, aluminum plate, aluminum strip, aluminum slug, aluminum foil etc. It primarily engaged in the producing and selling. The company consistes of two main production bases, one is located in China and the other lies in Malaysia, with an area of 20,000 square meters. We have more than 1000 employees, 10 continuous casting production lines and more than 20 other large-scale processing equipments with an annual production of 200,000 tons.

High Friction Coating Material - Finishing

High friction coating for aluminum or SS rod. It's not just the roughness factor that is the difference between steel and SS: SS is lousy for bonding rubber, Steel does bond very well on rubber with or without Chemlock or equivalent bonding products. A simple CED coating on the steel will also aid the bonding of rubber on steel or aluminum.

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Frictional Coatings | STI | Surface Technology

STI’s high friction coatings are used on shims, flanges, bolts, connectors, clamps, collets, joints, belt applications, and more. These coatings work to increase the friction, grip, torque, energy transfer and other critical properties of these applications.

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High Friction Matting - PEM Surface

PEM's High Friction Matting is created when a surface coating featuring an aluminum oxide "grit material" and urethane binder are applied to either PEM Lightweight Matting or PEM High Traffic Matting. Our High Friction Matting provides additional slip-resistance and durability, making it an ideal choice for the toughest, wettest applications.

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Carbinite - Tungsten Carbide & Textured Metal Coatings

Carbinite’s textured coatings increase the coefficient of friction, resulting in greater holding power for your workholding applications. PRIMARY METALS Carbinite coatings are comprised of wear-resistant carbide alloys that increase grip to enhance mill performance.

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Low friction coatings on aluminum - practicalmachinist.com

I'm looking at a few different coatings for aluminum where I want low friction and wear. I'm looking at three types: Anodize impregnated with teflon the teflon fills the pores in the anodizing MIL-A-63576 Hardtuf by Tiodize - ALUMINUM ANODIZING coefficient of friction of about 0.16 Tungsten Disulfide coating (WS2) DOD-L-85645A coefficient of ...

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Fastener Coatings and the Coefficient of Friction | Products ...

Topcoats can control the friction of fasteners in narrow ranges, regardless of whether high, medium or low friction is required. They can be tailored to customer requirements, and different formulations are available for different uses, like fastening against steel and/or aluminum.

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Tungsten Carbide & High Friction Metal Coating News ...

Carbinite Metal Coatings is excited to announce the first in a series of tests designed to determine to what extent our textured tungsten-carbide coating affects the coefficient of friction and enhances your workholding applications. read more

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High friction coatings - Finishing

High friction, durable coating needed for 6000 and 7000 series aluminum alloys. A. The coefficient of friction of electroless nickel composite coatings incorporated with hard particles is generally of the order of 0.60-0.75. This is mainly due to the increase in roughness of the surface following incorporation of these hard particles.

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Hard Anodized Coatings - Tufram®

Tufram coatings are highly resistant to corrosion as well as acids and alkaline chemicals. In salt spray testing, for example, Tufram on high strength aluminum exceeds the AMS 2482 requirement of 336 hours. Submersion tests in strong acids at 248ºF show no effect after more than 170 hours. Reduces Friction.

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Coating to increase friction on stainless steel - Metal and ...

Coating to increase friction on stainless steel 3. The shaft travels through a 440C ground I.D. stainless steel sleeve. From testing data I found the current coeficient of friction between the sleeve and shaft to be .15 when a calculated contact pressure of 18900 lbs/in sq. is applied to the shaft by squeezing the sleeve.

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