A locally manufactured wear lining aims to provide improved wear performance to counter fine slurry abrasion.
The uncured natural rubber compound is suitable for applications where hot bonding is the preferred method of installation.
The lining was created to provide a differentiated wear performance when compared to other uncured natural rubber products.
The wear lining is rated at 40 IRHD against the ISO 48-2010 standard. It offers a tensile strength of 21.5 (3118 psi) and is suitable for use in operating temperatures from -40 °C to 70 °C.
Linacure 40 from Weir Minerals is manufactured in sheet form of varying thicknesses, allowing it to be cut or configured into any shape that the application may require. It is said to be lighter and more flexible than other wear liner materials such as steel and ceramics, making it easier to handle and install.
- Improved wear performance in fine slurry abrasion when compared to other uncured rubbers
- Suitable for hot bonding
- Aims to deliver lowest cost of ownership
- Suited for autoclave curing and compression moulding
- Pipe lining
- Chute lining
- Hose manufacturing
- Lining of complex shapes