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Hot Vulcanised Lagging Application

Hot Vulcanised Lagging Application

Hot Vulcanised lagging application involves the chemical cross-linking of five reactive layers during the autoclave curing process. To achieve the desired 100% rubber tear adhesion all five layers must crosslink at the same time. Occasionally conditions can be created in the autoclave that prevent this happening, and result in non-uniform adhesion around the pulley circumference. This bulletin explains how these conditions occur and what needs to be done to eliminate this problem.

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New Approved Applicator

Elastotec Approves New Applicator in Thailand for Hot Vulcanised Ceramic Lagging (HVCL) Early in 2019 Kledkaew Inter Products Co, Ltd. a rubber lining company based

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EL.IN Approved Applicator

EL.IN. is an engineering company based in Grevena in northern Greece. For many years EL.IN. has been refurbishing pulleys for the Public Power Corporation (PPC)

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Martin Sprocket China

Elastotec appoints Martin Sprocket & Gear as Approved Applicator in China Martin Sprocket and Gear (Martin) is an international manufacturer of power transmission, and materials

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Nepean Conveyors, Press Release

Nepean conveyors becomes an Approved Applicator for Elastotec Direct Bond Ceramic Lagging Nepean Conveyors is one of Australia’s most successful suppliers of large scale, fully

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