Ultraming's high impact wearing compound is a two-component, rubber-modified epoxy that offers the wear resistance properties of a ceramic filled epoxy along with impact resistance not usually found in epoxy formulations.
With impact resistance superior to ceramic tile, Ultraming's high impact wearing compound is recommended for lining and protecting flumes, troughs, elbows, hoppers, discharge chutes and other processing equipment that is exposed to both abrasion and impact under typical dry surface temperatures of -60 to +200℃
Ultraming's range of wear-resistant polymer composites offers extreme performance, enabling quarry operators to optimise wear life and keep their operations up and running.
10～30（can be customized）
Hardness after solidify(ShoreD)GB/T2411-1980
Compressive strength(Mpa) GB/T1041-1992
Tensile strength(Mpa) GB/T6329-1996
Shear strength(Mpa) GB/T7124-1986
-60～200（Customized for high temperature）
High quality alumina reinforcement to withstand heavy abrasion.
Advanced surface tolerant chemistry allows for outstanding adhesion and great performance, even when ideal surface preparation is not possible.
Ease of application significantly reduces labor and downtime costs.
Easily shaped and formed to any metal surface.
Rapid cure time
Ceramic reinforced rapid repair compound that repairs and protects all surfaces subject to abrasion, corrosion and erosion:
Chutes, spools, elbows, pumps, tanks, paddles, tiles, agitators, impellors, ducting, screens, screws, valves, nozzles, fans, baffles, launders, cyclones, underpans, manifolds…Anything!
1.On all vertical or overhead applications, tacking welding expanded metal mesh onto the metal substrate is strongly recommended prior to application of Wearing Compound. 2. Clean, dry, and abrade application surface. The more thorough the degree of surface preparation, the better the performance of the application. If possible, it is recommended that the surface be grit blasted to a Near White Metal(SSPC-SP10/NACE No.2) Standard. For less severe applications, roughening the surface with hand tools is suitable.
1. Measure 2 parts resin to 1 part hardener by volume or weight on a clean and dry mixing surface and mix together until uniform in color.(If resin and hardener temperatures are 15 ℃/60℉ or below, preheat resin only to about 21℃/90℉ but not to exceed 37℃/100℉) . 2.Immediately after abrasive blasting, rub a thin layer of material onto the surface to “wet” for good adhesion.
1.Apply fully mixed material to the prepared surface. 2.Initially apply the material in a very thin layer to “wet” out the surface and avoid air entrapment. 3.At 25℃/77℉, the working time is 30 minutes. Working and solidify time depend on temperature and mass; the higher the temperature, the larger the mass, the faster the solidifying . 4.Functional cure time is 7 hours at 25℃/77℉. 5.CAUTION! Use approved, positive-pressure, supplied-air respirator when welding or torch cutting near cured compound. Use approved self-contained breathing apparatus when burning,welding, or torch cutting indoors near cured compound. Use approved respirator for dusts and mists when grinding or machining cured compound.
DO NOT use open flame on compound. See other cautions on Material Safety Data Sheet.