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Guideline For Reusable Parts And Salvage Operations Transmission Clutch Plates And Disc Assemblies With F37 and F37X
Clutch Friction Material Media Number -SEBF8031-04 Publication Date -26/02/2004 Date Updated -26/02/2004

SEBF80310001

Transmission Clutch Plates And Disc Assemblies With F37 and F37X Clutch
Friction Material
SMCS - 3155; 3190

CATERPILLAR®

GUIDELINE FOR REUSABLE PARTS AND SALVAGE


OPERATIONS
Transmission Clutch Plates And Disc

Ensambles de discos y embragues con


material de friccion F37 y F37X en
transmisiones

Assemblies With F37 and F37X Clutch


Friction Material
Resumen de las revisiones

Introduction

This guideline enables dealers and their customers to benefit from cost reductions made possible through an established parts reusability and
salvage program. Every effort has been made to provide the most current and relevant information known to Caterpillar Inc. Since the
Company makes ongoing changes and improvements to its products, this guideline must be used with the latest technical information
available from Caterpillar to ensure such changes and improvements are incorporated where applicable.

For questions or additional information concerning this guideline, contact Caterpillar Service Support Division, Dealer Support (309) 675-
5156.

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Summary

The purpose of this booklet is to give visual guidelines for the reuse of transmission clutch disc assemblies with F37 and F37X Clutch Friction
Material and their mating clutch plates.

Never install a part that this booklet shows cannot be used again.

Normally, the surfaces that are in contact with the F37 and F37X Clutch Friction Material will be in good condition even after many hours of
operation. If they are not scratched, smeared, discolored, warped, or dished, they can be used again with no reconditioning. Procedures to
recondition scratched, smeared, or lightly pitted reaction surfaces are given in this booklet. Also, specifications for the maximum amount of
warp and dish are given. Do not use any other method of cleaning or reconditioning. Do not machine with a lathe, clean with grit or glass
beads, or use abrasive reconditioning pads. Any method that changes the surface finish of the reaction surfaces can cause rapid wear of the
friction material.

During reconditioning, correct any conditions that caused the original failure.

Glossary
Arkansas Stone: A natural stone of very fine grit used to sharpen precision instruments and to polish metal.

Piedra Arkansas: Una piedra natural de muy fino grano usado para preparar instrumento de
precision y pulir metal

Chipped: When referring to disc assemblies, this is the condition in which areas of friction material are broken off.

Chipped: Cuando nos referimos al ensamblaje de los discos, esta es una condicion en donde el
material de friccion ha sido desprendido

Circumferential: Circle Shaped.

Circunferencial: Contorno del circulo

Discoloration: Change in hue or color.

Descoloracion: Cambio en la coloracion

Dish: Bent in the radial direction.

Dish: en la direccion radial

Fatigue: Break or deterioration in the land edges on disc assemblies.

Fatiga: Rotura o decoloracion en la linea de los discos

Glazed: Having a smooth glass-like layer.

Glazed: Tener una superficie vidriada

Gouged: Condition which material has been removed by another object to form grooves or cavities.

Gouged: Condicion donde el material ha sido removido por otro objeto para formar surcos o
cavidades

Mating: Parts that contact and operate together.

Mating: Partes que estan en contaco y operan juntas

Nick: Small notch. Nick: Pequeño rayon

Rubbing: Relative movement of two parts that are in contact. }

Rubbing: Movimiento relativo de dos partes que estan en contacto.


Smeared: Wear which caused material to move from one area to another on the same face, or from one face to another.

Smeared: Desgaste debido a que el material de la cara se desprendio o recibio material


Warp: Twisted out of shape, not flat.

Warp: Pareja de , no plano

Table of Contents

Summary of Revisions 2
Introduction 2
Identification 4
Disc Assembly 5
Nomenclature 5
Cleaning Friction Material 6
Fatigued Friction Material 6
Cracked, Broken or Worn Teeth 7
Foreign Material in Friction Material 7
Glazed and Smeared Friction Material 8
Gouged or Chipped Friction Material 9
Chipped Friction Material 10
Measurement of Dics Assembly Thickness 13
Clutch Plate 14

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Nomenclature 14
Cracked or Broken Clutch Plates 14
Pin Slot Wear Limits 15
Scratched Clutch Plates 16
Smeared Reaction Surfaces 16
Circumferential Marks 17
Discoloration 17
Measurement of Warp and Dish 18

Identification

Identificacion

This guideline should only be used for the specific components it is written for.

Esta guia debe ser usada solo para el componente descrito

Caterpillar uses several different types of friction material in drive train components. As a general rule, assume

that each type of


Caterpillar usa diferentes tipos de material de friccion en el tren de potencia, Como regla general, assume que

cada tipo de material requiere una diferente superficie de contacto. Cada tipo de material de friccion tiene

características diferentes de desgaste y modos de falla

friction material requires a different reaction face surface finish. Each type of friction material has different wear
characteristics and
failure modes.
The following section identifies the features of clutch discs with F37 and F37X friction material.

La siguiente seccion identifica los tipos de embragues con materiales de fricccion F37 y F37 X

Illustration 1

F37 and F37X Clutch Friction Material on disc assemblies is very dark gray or black and looks like rubber.
Thumbnail pressure held for several seconds will make a shallow dent in the surface. The dent will soon
disappear and not cause damage to the disc. Material F37 y F37 material de friccion en los discos en de un gris
oscuro o Negro parecido al caucho. Presionarlo producira un ligero aplastamiento en la superficie. El
aplastamiento pronto desaparecera y no causara daño al disco.
Illustration 2 Some discs have an X groove pattern on both sides.

Algunos discos tienen un surco en X en ambos lados


Note: The two groove patterns shown in Illustrations 1 and 2

are the only ones used with F37 and F37X friction material.

The reaction surfaces in contact with F37 and F37X friction

material are different than those used with other materials.

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NOTICE

The use of plates with rougher surfaces against a disc with


F37 and F37X friction material will cause rapid wear of the
disc assembly.

Illustration 3

One type of plate used with disc assemblies of F37 and F37X Clutch Friction Material.

Un tipo de plato usado con los discos del material de friccion F37 y F37X
Part numbers are on the tangs of the plate and teeth of the disc and usually remain visible after use.

El numero de parte esta en los dientes de los platos y dientes de los discos y usualmente permanecen visibles después del uso.

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Disc Assembly

Ensamblaje de los discos

Disc Assembly Nomenclature

Spiral Lands and Grooves

Linea espiral y surcos

Segment

Segmentos

Outside Diameter

Diametro exterior
Inside Diameter Illustration 5 Disc Assembly with F37 and F37X Clutch Friction Material.

Diametro interior
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Cleaning Friction Material

Limpieza del Material de friccion.


Diesel fuel, kerosene, petroleum distillates such as Stoddard Solvent or Naptha, and chlorinated solvents can be used to clean F37 and F37X

Diesel, Kerosene, Destilados del petroleo como Solvente Stoddard o Nafta, y solventes pueden ser usados para limpiar el material de friccion
en los discos F37 y F37X. Sin embargo, el material F37 y F37 X puede ser dañado por una limpieza inapropiada o un proceso que levante el
material de los discos causando una falla temprana.

friction material on discs. However, F37 and F37X material can be damaged by improper cleaning materials or processes which weaken the
friction material, causing early failure.

Follow these precautions:

Sigua estas precauciones:

1. 1. Do not use petroleum distillates hotter than 38°C (100°F).

1.- No use destilados del petroleo a mas de 38 °C ( 100 °F ).


2. 2. Minimize time solvents contact discs.

2.- Minimize el tiempo de contacto con el solvente


3. 3. Use towels or compressed air to dry the discs after washing.

3.- Use toallas o aire comprimido para secar los discos despues del lavado
4. 4. Do not stack discs after cleaning.
4.- No apile los discos despues de limpiarlos.

Do not use any of the following types of cleaning materials or permit them to come in contact with the F37 and F37X friction
material.

No use ninguno de los siguientes tipos de material de limpieza o no permita que entren en
contacto con el material de friccion F37 y F37 X.

% • Water or steam

Agua o vapor
% • Water based cleaning solutions (including Caterpillar Hydrosolv 4165 and Hydrosolv 100)

Soluciones de limpieza basadas en agua ( Se incluye los Compuestos Caterpillar Hydrosolv


% y Hydrosolv 100
%
% • Freon Freon
% • Ketones, aldehydes (such as MEK and acetone) Fatigued Friction Material Early stages of fatigue cracking of F37 and F37X friction
%
% Cetonas, Aldehidos ( como MEK y Acetona )
%
% Fatigas del material o crack del material es difícil de identificar. El mejor tiempo para identificar la fatiga es después de que la
superficie del disco ha sido limpiado superficialmente o inmediatamente después del lavado con solvente y secado con aire forzado. Siga este
procedimiento:
% material are difficult to identify. The best time to identify fatigue is after

the disc has been superficially cleaned, or immediately after a solvent wash and forced air drying. Follow

this procedure:

1. 1. Wipe off excess oil or wash the disc in solvent and dry by forced air. Always wear a face shield and protective clothing during this
operation.

1. Limpie el exceso de aceite o limpie del solvente con aire forzado. Siempre use un protector nasal y ropa de protección durante esta
operación.

2. 2. Press down on several lands. Oil will be forced out of any cracks, and identify fatigue areas.

2. Presione en varias zonas . El aceite deberia ser forzdo fuera de alguna rotura, identifica las areas de fatiga.
Illustration 6

Do not use again Fatigue damage of the friction material is more evident in the area of the X grooves, especially at the

intersection.

Illustration 7

No use otra vez cuando el diente esta cracqueado , roto o desgastado

Do not use again Cracked, Broken or Worn Teeth


Illustration 8

Disc Assembly with no cracked, broken, or worn teeth. Use again

Foreign Material In Friction Material

Illustration 9

Disc assembly with foreign material in the friction material. Remove foreign material with a knife or similar tool. Check for scratches
or gouges in reaction surface.

Use again
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Glazed And Smeared Friction Material

Glazing and smearing can result from heat generated from excessive slippage. The heat causes the friction material to harden and lose its
frictional characteristics. The material changes that occur make it impossible to salvage glazed discs.

Illustration 10

Friction material has become glazed. Do not use again

Illustration 11
Disc assembly with glazed and smeared friction material. Do not

use again
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Illustration 12

Disc assembly with gouged friction material. Loose friction material must be removed. A gouge cannot cross more than 66 percent (2/3) of the
lands. The area of the gouge cannot be more than the area of one land in a segment.

Ensamble de los discos con material rayado. Perdida del material de friccion debe ser
removido. Un rayon no pued cruzar mar del 66 por ciento de las lineas . El area de un rayon no
debe ser mas que el area de una linea del disco.
Use again
Illustration 13

Disc assembly with chipped land. The total chipped area in a segment must not be larger than the area of one land in a segment. But, ...

Discos con material perdido. El total del area perdida en un segmento no debe ser mayor que el area de una linea en el

segmento. Pero,

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within this area, small parts of several lands can be chipped. Each side of the disc assembly can have no more than three segments with
chipped areas.

Descontando estas areas, pequeñas partes de algunas lineas podrían ser perdidas. Cada lado
del ensamble de los discos puede tener no mas de tres segmentos con areas perdidas.
Use again
Illustration 14

Disc assembly shows areas of incomplete molding.

Ensamble de los discos muestra area incompletas

Use again---

if there are no more than three such areas Some discs might also have small areas of incomplete molding. These

small areas can be identified as dark shiny spots. Edges of the lands will be rounded (not sharp). If there are no more than

three such areas, these are good parts. Chipped Friction Material

Si hay no mas de trea areas con perdida de material. Use otra vez
Algunos discos pueden tener marcas como puntos delgados oscuros. Finales de las lineas
podrían ser redondeadas. Si no son mas de tres las areas perdidas, estas son buenas partes.

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Illustration 16

Material or mold defects, blemishes or chips in radial or X grooves might have

Material o defectos de molde, rayones o material perdido en la zona radial o en las zonas
surcadas podrían cortarse de la factoria. Discos con este tipo material perdido pueden ser
usados otra vez.

been cut out at the factory. Discs with this type of missing material can be used again. Use again
Illustration 1 7

Verify that the defects do not extend underneath friction material lands.

Verifique que los defectos no se extienden a lo largo de la linea del material de friccion.
Small areas of new discs may have been removed to eliminate mold
defects.

Pequeñas areas de un nuevo disco seran removidas para eliminar defectos


del molde.

These have no effect on disc operation.

Estas no tienen efecto en la operacion de los discos


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Measurement Of Face Wear And Disc Thickness Excessively worn disc faces can cause two types of problems:

Mediciones en la cara de desgaste y perdida del espesor excesivo de la cara de los discos
puede causar estos dos tipos de problemas.

1. Insufficient stack height

1.- Insuficiente altura al apilarse


2. Cooling oil flow restriction because of oil groove depth reduction.

Flujo restringido de aceite de refrigeracion debido a la reduccion de los conductos donde


circula el aceite

Use a micrometro para medir el espesor en varios puntos a lo largo del interior y exterior de
los discos.
No reuse un disco que tiene medidas por debajo del minimo espesor de la tabla 1.

Use a micrometer to measure the thickness at several places around the inner and outer edges of the disc. Do Not Reuse a disc that has any
measurement below the minimum thickness shown in Table 1.
1New disc tolerance is ±0.08 mm (0.003 inch)

Tolerancia de los discos nuevos es +-0.08 m.m.

Note: Part Number 5P-8557 Transmission Disc Gauge can be used to check minimum thickness for any disc with an original thickness of 4.95
mm (0.195 inch) or 5.59 mm (0.220 inch). Check three locations at the outside and three locations at the inside of the disc assembly. If the
disc assembly will enter the slot of the gauge at any of the locations, the disc assembly is too thin and cannot be used again.

El calibrador con Numero de parte 5p-8557 puede ser usados para revisar el minimo espesor
de varios discos con un espesor original de 4.95 o 5.59 m.m.

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Clutch Plate Clutch Plate Nomenclature


Part Number

Inside Diameter Illustration 21 Nomenclature, Transmission Clutch Plate. Cracked Or Broken Clutch Plates
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Pin Slot Wear Limits

Maximo ancho del agujero


Ancho radial del indentado

Illustration 24

Si todos los agujeros estan desgastados a un lado del plato el plato puede ser voltado y usado
otra vez.
El plato reusado debe ser usado en el mismo embrague y en la misma aplicacion

1 If all the slot wear is on one side and the plate meets all other reuse
limits except the slot maximum "radial indent" limit, the plate can be
turned over and used again. The reused plate must be used in the same
clutch and in the same application.

Scratched Clutch Plates

Platos con incrustaciones

Remueve alguna inscrustacion con cuidado frotando el area con una piedra 6V-2010 o con 2/0
papel emery y un solvente. Hacer esto hasta que la inscrustacion no pueda ser sentida con la
yema de los dedos o la punta de un lapiz. Ponga aceite sobre la superficie del plato para
prevenir corrosion.
Remove any sharp edges caused by scratches or nicks by carefully rubbing only the area of the sharp edge with a 6V-2010 Stone or with 2/0
emery paper and a solvent. Do this until the sharp edge cannot be felt with a fingernail or lead pencil. Put oil on the plate or surface to
prevent rust.

Reaction Faces

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Inspect and reuse pistons and other reaction faces in accordance with SEBF8014, �Identification and Applications of
Transmission Clutch Plates and Specifications to Machine Reaction Faces for Power Shift Transmissions�.

Smeared Reaction Surfaces

All the F37 and F37X friction material on a smeared clutch plate or other surface must be removed by a solvent before the plate or other
surface is used again. Duro "Naval Jelly" sold by Woodhill Chemical Sales Corp., Division of Loctite Corp., or an equivalent solvent, will
remove the friction material if the surface is not badly smeared. For badly smeared surfaces, use methyl ethyl ketone. The solvent is to be
used at a temperature of 16°C-27°C (50°F-80°F). Remove the solvent and put oil on the surface.

Wear rubber gloves to use any of the solvents and do not allow the solvent to contact the skin. Do not breathe the vapors of the solvent. Do
not use any solvents in a closed room. Keep the solvent away from flames or heat. See the instructions which are given on the solvent
container.

NOTICE

Avoid contact of the solvent with the friction material of a disc assembly. Use only the procedures shown in the topics "Scratched Clutch
Plates" and "Smeared Reaction Surfaces". Any other method can cause rapid wear of the disc assemblies.
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Illustration 26

Clutch plate being cleaned with solvent. Use again

Circumferential Marks
Illustration 27

Clutch plate with circumferential marks that cannot be felt with fingernail or lead pencil. Use

again

Marcas circunferenciales en los platos que no puedan ser sentidas con la yema de los dedos o
una punta de lapis. Use otra vez

Discoloration

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Illustration 28

Clutch plate with discoloration on inner diameter. Check for warp and dish. Use again---
Plato con decoloracion dentro del diametro interior. Revise la planitud de los platos

if warp and dish are within specifications

Illustration 29

Clutch plate with discoloration. Check for warp and dish. Use
again---

if warp and dish are within specifications

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1. 1. Remove any rough edges in the area of the pin slot.

Remueva cualquier material que esta en el area de trabajo del pin

2. 2. Put the clutch plate on a flat surface, like a clutch housing reaction surface, transmission center plate, or a surface plate. If dishing
is
3. Ponga el plato sobre una supericie plana. Si curvatura es obvia, ponga el lado convavo hacia arriba.
4.
5. obvious, put the plate on the flat surface so the concave side is up.

6. 3. Measure the gap between the clutch plate and the inspection surface at both the outside diameter (OD) and the inside diameter (ID).
Measure at a minimum of three points around the plate with equal distances between the points.

Mida el juego entre el plato y la superficie plana en ambos diametros interior y exterior

7. 4. If gap (A) at the outside diameter at any of the points is more than 0.38 mm (0.015 inch), the clutch plate can�t be used again.

Si el juego del diámetro exterior en alguno de los puntos es mas de 0.38 m m el plato no puedo ser usado otra vez

8. 5. If gap (B) at the inside diameter at any of the points is more than 0.15 mm (0.006 inch), the clutch plate cannot be used again.

Si el juego del diametro interior en alguno de los puntos es mas que 0.15 m.m. el plato no puede ser usado otra vez

9. 6. If the gaps measured in Steps 4 and 5 are acceptable, subtract the measurement of gap (B) from the measurement of gap (A). If the
difference is more than 0.15 mm (0.006 inch), the clutch plate cannot be used again.

Si la medida en los pasos 4 y 5 es acceptable reste la medida enter ambos si la diferencia es mas que 0.15 m.m. el plato no puede ser
usado otra vez.

EXAMPLE: Measurement of gap (A) is 0.28 mm (0.011 inch) that is less than the maximum. Measurement of gap (B) is 0.10 mm (0.004
inch) that is less than the maximum. This difference between the measurement of gap (A) and gap (B) is 0.18 mm (0.007 inch) that is more
than the maximum. This example clutch plate cannot be used again.
Illustration 31

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