Rust Jacking Coating
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RUST JACKING COATING
REMANUFACTURED BRAKE SHOES & KITS
CROSS-REFERENCE
PARTS NUMBERING
RUST JACKING COATING
NINE-STEP BRAKE SHOE REMANUFACTURING PROCESS
Reman brake shoes with rust jacking coating offer all the advantages of the proven
nine-step brake shoe remanufacturing process. Each shoe is completely remanufactured −
not rebuilt − and restored to the same high-quality performance standards as original
production brake shoes.
Step 1 - Initial Inspection
Trained technicians thoroughly inspect the core for excessive wear
or damage including broken welds, work cam and anchor slots.
Step 2 - De-Lining
Old lining is removed using a punch process to ensure the quality of
the rivet hole for the remanufacturing process.
Step 3 - Cleaning
All grease and other contaminants are cleaned from the shoe through
a baking process.
Step 4 - Shot Blasting
Removes remaining residue of contaminants.
Step 5 - Coining
Returns the brake shoe table to original shape and dimensions.
Step 6 - Coating/Painting
All brake shoes, based on friction material, go through a coating
and/or painting process. For all frictions except 20ECON & 23ECON
- the shoes run through a 5 stage cleaning and drying process prior
to coating the shoe with the PlatinumShield® II coating. The coating
is then cured to ensure the proper thickness and consistency across
all shoes.
All 20ECON & 23ECON shoes are dip painted in a water soluble
black paint.
Step 7 - Riveting
Top-quality brake linings are consistently riveted to the brake shoes
using a hydraulic riveting process to ensure quality performance.
Step 8 - Quality Inspection
Every remanufactured brake shoe receives a thorough inspection
before being cleared for shipping.
Step 9 - Label Approval
Only reman brake shoes with rust jacking coating that pass the
rigorous inspection process receive an Alliance brake shoe label.