Metallized Carbon Corporation Announces Metcar Grade M-58 for Food Contact Applications
Published: Nov 19, 2012
Metcar grade M-58 is an electro graphite base material that contains a special additive to reduce friction and improve the dry running wear rate. Available fully machined to the customer’s drawing specifications, Metcar Grade M-58 primary seal rings can be used in temperatures between -30o and 800 o F.
It is anticipated that Metcar Grade M-58 will also be useful in many other machine part applications where an FDA approved, self-lubricating material, with low friction and long wear life is required. For FDA approved bearings, seal rings, vanes, rotors, end plates, piston rings, valve seats and other machine parts that must run submerged in beverages or liquefied foods, Metcar carbon-graphite grades that are impregnated with thermal setting resin, copper, tin bronze or nickel chrome are used.
About Metallized Carbon Corporation
Since its inception in 1945, Metallized Carbon Corporation has been manufacturing high-quality, dependable bearing solutions for severe operating environments. With over 50 years of Application Engineering experience, Metallized Carbon offers the field expertise and data necessary to provide The Solid Choice for Lubrication® in a wide variety of industries, supplying completely machined components as well as materials for customer machining. Metallized Carbon is ISO certified and produces the Metcar brand of solid, oil-free, self-lubricating materials.
For additional information about the company and its services, please visit us online at www.metcar.com or call (914) 941-3738.
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