Why use oil resistant ceramic lagging?

  • Longer Service Life when handling oily materials such as bitumen, tar sand and various grains.
  • Resists tile loss due to oil resistant bonding system
  • Resists debonding of the lagging from the pulley shell due to oil resistant bonding system
  • Reduces operating costs
  • Elastotec developed bonding system and application procedure and “Approved Applicators” ensures a reliable result.

Features & Benefits

Oil Resistant Rubber backing Resists degradation in contact with oil
Oil Resistant Bonding System Resists tile loss and debonding from the pulley shell
Hot Vulcanised Bonding Rubber tear adhesion to the pulley
High Performance Al2O3 tiles Resists wear and cracking
Rolls or strips to suit pulley face width Convenient, reduced stock and lead time

Aluminium Oxide Tile Specification

Aluminium Oxide >95%
Vickers Hardness >1000
Fracture Toughness (MPa.m1/2) >4.5
Abrasion Resistance (ASTM G65) <1.0 % Mass loss by abrasion

Rubber Specification

Polymer 100% Oil Resistant polymer
Tensile Strength (MPa) 15.7
% Elongation 450
Hardness (Shore A) 65
Adhesion to Ceramic (N/mm) >10.0 (100% Rubber Tear)
Adhesion to Steel (N/mm) >10.0 (100% Rubber Tear)