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Carbon Brush

07/16/2015 2:38 AM

Is iron part of the component of carbon brushes and if so what is its function

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Re: Carbon brush

07/16/2015 2:41 AM
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Re: Carbon Brush

07/16/2015 4:33 AM
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Re: Carbon Brush

07/23/2015 1:54 AM

Carbon brushes have a very important role as parts providing electric current in order to rotate motors. Covalent Materials' carbon brushes are widely employed in various types of motors in such basic industries as electric power plants, iron and steel works, public transportation, and also in familiar products such as automobiles, electric appliance, and computer peripherals. In addition, non-lead brushes are enjoying an excellent reputation among many customers given their environmental protection properties.

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