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A global partnership between UK-based Morgan Advanced Materials and FZSoNick Switzerland is utilising innovative new materials to help store and harness excess energy generated from renewable sources.
A global manufacturer of automotive components is predicting widespread use of alumina and silicon carbide components in the electric vehicle market as OEMs face mounting pressure to reduce emissions and improve efficiency.
In a move to make the most of growing opportunities in India for electrical carbon, machined carbon/graphite and silicon carbide products in a range of industries, Morgan Advanced Materials, a world leader in materials science, has opened a new office in India.
As design engineers increasingly seek out more efficient, higher performing pump components, Morgan Advanced Materials has improved its grinding capability of technical ceramics, in order to machine parts to single-digit micron tolerance.
The scarcely rivalled hydrophobic, low-friction and corrosion-resistant properties of PTFE make it a highly desirable engineered polymer, which is widely used in the manufacture of component parts. When it comes to meeting the demands of more aggressive environments though, manufacturers are embedding other compounds within the PTFE matrix to further enhance its performance capabilities.
Morgan Advanced Materials, a global leader in the development and application of advanced material technologies, now has a dedicated volume silicon carbide manufacturing facility in Stourport, UK. This increased capacity has enabled the company to augment its sales in Europe and worldwide with these higher performing silicon carbide materials.
Morgan Advanced Materials, a global specialist in the development and manufacture of seals and bearings for demanding environments, has brought to market a newly formulated carbon graphite vane material. Designed to reduce the processing time and effort for vanes in electric vacuum pumps within the automotive sector, the vane also improves overall product performance and longevity.
Morgan Advanced Materials, a global specialist in the development and manufacture of seals and bearings for demanding environments, has delivered a new type of bearing for electric water pump applications in cars which reduces component count, while optimising performance and engine efficiency.
The Seals and Bearings business of Morgan Advanced Materials manufactures the world’s leading portfolio of silicon carbide (SiC) materials, from siliconized graphite to graphite-loaded silicon carbide hybrids. Morgan offers a range of materials ideal for abrasive applications in the oil and gas, chemical processing, and automotive industries. The materials include the original siliconized graphite, plus both monolithic and graphite-loaded versions of reaction bonded and self-sintered SiC.
Morgan Advanced Materials’ PGS-100 graphite-loaded silicon carbide material is ideal for oil and gas applications that require protection from high temperatures and corrosive environments. Its advanced properties help reduce seal face wear, increasing uptime, and offering up to twice the service length of competitive components. Morgan can custom machine the material into a wide range of geometries for such applications as; refinery seals, industrial abrasive slurry seals, and industrial pump bearings and seals. The material is also ideally suited for sour crude oil pumping at temperatures greater than 700°F.