Containing an innovative traction enhancer, the block type MSB improves the contact between two surfaces and reduces wear and metal flaking. Used for drive wheels and railheads.
By increasing the traction (up to 0.35µ), wheel slippage and “slip-stop” motions, as well as lateral wheel movement, are substantially reduced. Thereby, creating less resistance and wear between the contact surfaces.
The coating with a sliding effect is generating a very low coefficient of friction between two surfaces by acting as a dry lubricant, the block type TSB reduces the friction (to a constant 0.05µ) and subsequently the wear between the surfaces.
SPC® dry protective coatings bond strongly to metal surfaces and modify the structure by patching and filling the surface and, with a very thin film, create a dry, smooth surface condition. This in turn distributes heavy loads more evenly over the increased surface, reducing damage and wear.
SPC® blocks are self-applying and continually repair the coatings to maintain a constant, optimum coefficient of friction between the contacting surfaces. This reduces stress and mechanical wear on the metal.