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Material for Friction Roller Idea
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Posted by: RC

10/27/2004, 03:31:38

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Any body can suggest the right material for Friction drive roller? The Torque required is about 1200N. Also it is to be used for Zero Maintenance system and the expected life is to be above 10 years. The Usage is medium duty.






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Posted by: randykimball
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11/01/2004, 19:47:07

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RC,
don't know how much friction you need but phenolic has been used to a degree where long term wear is a factor. It is used oftern in encoder friction drive wheels where it lasts for many years.
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