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The service life of China’s world leading high speed rail network has been successfully doubled with the application of electrical current collectors from Morgan Advanced Materials.
Morgan Advanced Materials, a global specialist in world leading rotary transfer systems, has announced the launch of its 2-in-1 slip ring system including encoder for high reaching earth moving plant and cranes.
Businesses affected by the declining oil and gas markets can now access extruded parts which are higher performing and more complex than many alternative options, thanks to Morgan Advanced Materials, a global leader in the development and application of advanced material technologies.
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 application of advanced material technologies for the Mining sector, is expanding its range of established hydrocyclone liners into new markets, as it continues to further develop this solution.
The circular economy principles of re-use and recycle are enabling one global manufacturer to significantly improve its environmental health and safety targets, and turn waste furnace rock into new roads.
Morgan Advanced Materials, a global leader in the development and application of advanced material technologies, has developed a new ceramic extrusion die, which enables engineers to significantly reduce costs and issues associated with poor die life, dimensional control, inferior surface finish, and high scrap rates.
Steve Chernack, Manager – Engineering Accounts, Morgan Advanced Materials
(contributing: Chris Johnson, Applications Engineering and Drafting Services Manager; Roger Patrick, Product Manager - Fired Refractory Shapes; Randy Bishop, Product Manager - Electrical Carbon; Dr. Michael Rozumek, R&D Director)
In any manufacturing process involving a kiln or furnace, the need for consistency is key to ensuring ‘right first time’ components – whether this applies to processing temperatures, atmospheric content, or the overall firing process.
While the quality of the kiln and furnace infrastructure itself is of course crucial to achieving this, what is no less important is the correct selection and use of refractory products involved in the process, whether these be high temperature insulation systems, kiln cars and furniture, or fired refractory shapes.