Wind turbine brake pad 3000 series
sintered metal

wind turbine brake pad
wind turbine brake pad
wind turbine brake pad
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Characteristics

Specifications
for wind turbines, sintered metal
Working temperature

Max.: 700 °C (1,292 °F)

Min.: 0 °C (32 °F)

Description

Industrial Clutch Parts Ltd. manufactures a comprehensive range of OEM and after-market approved sintered brake pads. Many ICP friction products compare with leading OEM's on the market. ICP 3000 series is a 32 button sintered brake pad used in braking systems for general industrial applications such as wind turbines, cranes and mining. ICP replacement brake pads are not genuine Svendborg friction materials but are a replacement/alternative design. CC0003 Features: Material: FTL510 (replaces Miba MD550) OEM replacement: Svendborg 490-1563-008 Brake types: BSFM3000, BSFI3000, BSAK3000 ICP 3000 series is available with or without lugs. It is a copper base sintered friction material, free of asbestos, lead, and zinc. Its high friction material offers excellent anti-fade and wear properties, with low noise operations. It can be used at all duty levels and will offer consistent behaviour throughout. Used in brakes and clutches for usual mechanical engineering, especially heavy mechanical loads. The material is unsuitable for working in oil. The sintered material performs under high heat applications. Its high tensile strength and wear properties ensure minimal maintenance is required. It is ideal for applications such as industrial drum and band-brake linings, industrial disc brakes, industrial plate-type clutches, cranes, tanks, armed vehicles, high-performance cars, and excavator brake and clutch linings. Often used for wind turbine brakes.

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