Tufcot Market Sectors - Mining

8th May 2017

Tufcot has been working in the Mining sector for over 20 years in many Geographical areas.

The primary area that Tufcot has worked in mining and for mining applications is with Scandinavian Friction, our Preferred Partner in Sweden. The iron ore wagons, in sub-zero temperatures make perfect use of our materials ability to go down to very low temperatures and still perform, self-lubricate as any normal parts would. This is a huge benefit of our material, it can be used in any location with sub-zero temperatures but can also be used in warm countries, for example South Africa on similar mining applications. The perfectly illustrated example of these applications is on our Preferred Partners website here: http://scandfriction.se/en/referenser/less-frustration-down-the-mine/ This shows, in a story, how Tufcot® materials are ideal to solve many problems in many market sectors. To read about Tufcots Mining, Oil and Gas examples head here: http://www.tufcot.com/market-sector/mining-oil-and-gas/ For our general market sector examples then please head here: http://www.tufcot.com/market-sector/

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