Raw | Friction Materials
The Lancaster High Shear Mixer provides a higher quality mix of friction materials for typical clutch and brake pad application. The higher intensity mixing action results in a more homogeneous mixture and a reduction in the total processing time required.
Lancaster Products can provide a single source solution for the end friction materials user. Click here to learn more about our high shear mixers.
The Lancaster High Shear Mixer can be used to produce the required friction lining batches with the following properties:
- A mixture that is more homogeneous than a low intensity mixer.
- The level of intensity can be adjusted to meet the needs for the final mixture.
- Capable of mixing the raw materials even when they include the addition of a fiber component.
January 4, 2019
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LEBANON, Pennsylvania – The new and completely redesigned website offers visitors richer insight into the Company’s high efficiency mixing, pelletizing and crushing solutions for a wide variety of industries and materials.read more
Our last post focused on our experience in concept testing and how it applies to our high shear mixer sample testing process. This post will dig in a little deeper and provide insight into the breadth of data we provide to our customers when they commission Lancaster Products to provide sample testing for them.
Over the past 30 years, we have collaborated with our customers to perform proof of concept testing in our K1 laboratory mixers for thousands of materials samples. The desired outcome of the testing is customer dependent but typical requirements are along the lines of pelletizing/granulating to specific size ranges and desired yields, mixing to achieve homogenization, or reduced reaction times of existing processes. Outcomes provided are 1) proof of concept in achieving the desired product, and/or 2) optimization of the current mix processes. Our engineers perform the tests in our controlled laboratory, log all key information in our database, and share all data with our customers for future reference. Below is a list that summarizes some of the information we collect during every test run we perform:read more