Carbon-graphite self-lubricating materials

Metcar materials feature a low coefficient of friction and good wear properties in a high speed environment, making them ideal for aircraft gearbox face seals.
By Metallized Carbon Corporation June 20, 2016

Metcar materials feature a low coefficient of friction and good wear properties in a high speed environment, making them ideal for aircraft gearbox face seals. Courtesy: Metallized Carbon CorporationMetcar materials feature a low coefficient of friction and good wear properties in a high speed environment, making them ideal for aircraft gearbox face seals. They use dynamic "lift-off" to reduce seal face wear and friction. Metcar materials feature thermal conductivity with gives it the ability to maintain lower seal face temperatures. Metcar’s modern carbon-graphite materials are formulated with an eye to minimizing common problems associated with seal face wear, frictional heat, blistering, and coking, especially at temperatures higher than 400 F (204 C).

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