Improved Hysteresis and Adhesion to Steel Cord by Using Chemically Activated Aramid Fiber

November 17. 2008 -

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This paper presents the results of studies to achieve adequate steel cord adhesion whilst seeking to improve hysteresis characteristics and to reduce compound heat generation through the use of chemically activated aramid fibers called Sulfron 3001. This unique ingredient is capable of reducing the compound hysteresis significantly. This reduction of hysteresis translates into lower heat generation and consequently better adhesion to steel cord, especially under dynamic environments.

Verbesserte Hysterese und Stahlcordhaftung durch chemisch aktivierte Aramidfasern
Die Arbeit stellt Untersuchungsergebnisse vor zur adäquaten Stahlkordhaftung und verbesserten Hystereseeigenschaften sowie der Wärmeentwicklung im Compound durch den Einsatz von chemisch aktivierten Aramidfasern (Sulfron 3001). Dieser einmalige Zuschlagstoff ist in der Lage, die Hysterese deutlich zu vermindern, was zu einer Abnahme der Wärmebildung und eine bessere Haftung zu Stahlkord unter dynamischer Belastung führt.

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