ARE EQUIPMENT RUNNING COSTS
DIGGING INTO YOUR PROFITS?
Wish your screen media and wear liners lasted longer?
Graphene – a single atom-thick layer of carbon atoms tightly bound on a hexagonal lattice – was first discovered at Manchester University in the UK in 2004. First Graphene lead the way in producing this incredibly strong material in commercial quantities, as PureGRAPH®: a powder that can be added to other materials to improve tensile strength and abrasion resistance. Such as the polymer liners used to protect equipment in the mining and processing industry.
HOW THE MINING AND ORE PROCESSING
INDUSTRIES CAN BENEFIT
Just adding a small percentage of revolutionary PureGRAPH® graphene to a polyurethane or TPU resin mix can increase wear resistance by up to 40%. PureGRAPH® enhanced wear linings offer:
- Enhanced Wear and Tear Resistance
- Fire Retardant characteristics
- Increased Strength
Its improved performance can be seen in tests conducted by an independent NATA accredited laboratory.
TDI based polyurethane thermoset with <1% PureGRAPH® additive show improvements in tensile strength, elongation, abrasion and tear strength.
For more details of how PureGRAPH® is transforming the mining
and processing industries, simply follow the links here.
We would like to work with more producers – so we need your help. Ask your current supplier if they have anything that wears as well as the liners shown, and if not insist they add PureGRAPH® to their products in the future – with reduced maintenance and lower costs, you’ll soon see the difference in your bottom line.
PureGRAPH® enhanced products are already being used by major mining companies, with improved wear rates and longer periods between shut-downs and replacement.