Nickle Coated Graphite
NICKEL COATED GRAPHITE IS USED IN FOUR DISTINCT APPLICATIONS:
Electrically conductive products – Flexible gaskets that are designed to offer shielding protection of electronic circuits against radiation. Nickel-coated graphite is used as a filler for incorporation into elastomer compounds like silicone.
Composite lubrication products – Performance can frequently be enhanced by adding materials such as raw graphite. Nickel-coated graphite is beneficial due to the inherent lubricating properties of the graphite core.
Friction dependent products – High-performance brake pads, show a double benefit with the addition of nickel-coated graphite. The graphite enhances the lubricating properties and the nickel metal element improves the heat transfer properties of the product.
Flame spraying – A long-term application for nickel-coated graphite particles. The coatings produced are ideal for nickel alloy or steel components, versatile in temperatures up to 896°F.
Elongation: 100% minimum
Hardness Range (Durometer Shore A): 30 to 70
Tensile: 150 psi
Temperature Range: Up to 900°F