Metallized Carbon Corp.

Bearing Grade withstands temperatures up to 350 deg F.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Bearing Grade withstands temperatures up to 350 deg F.

Offering self-lubricating bearing grade option, Metcar 1010 Babbitt Mechanical Grade is suitable for dry or submerged environments at temperatures up to 350°F, such as pump and meter bearings, seal rings and thrust washers, guide bushings, and roll bearings for textile and plating equipment. Providing chemical resistance and electrical conductivity, Metcar 1010 non-galling bearings and can...

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High-Temperature Materials are self-lubricating.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

High-Temperature Materials are self-lubricating.

Metcar grades M-199 and M-201 high-temperature mechanical materials are designed to function without lubrication in dry and dust-prone environments. Able to operate in temperatures between 400-750Â-ºF, they have high electrical conductivity, high load capacity and wear resistance, are homogenous, and provide continuous lubrication. Bearings manufactured from materials are self-lubricating,...

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Carbon-Graphite Blanks are impregnated with thermal setting resin.
Materials

Carbon-Graphite Blanks are impregnated with thermal setting resin.

Metcar® Grade M-400, CS Series Blanks for general duty applications and Metcar® Grade M-106, HS Series Blanks for high-load, high-speed applications are machineable with conventional tungsten carbide or diamond tools. Suited for machining mechanical seal rings, bearings, and vanes, blanks offer lubrication when running in low viscosity liquids from -400 to +500°F.

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Architectural & Civil Engineering Products

Bearing Assemblies withstand high-temperature applications.

Cast iron pillow blocks and flange blocks feature self-lubricating, carbon-graphite bearing inserts. Grades include Metcar Grade M-11 carbon-graphite for use in temperatures up to 700°F, Metcar Grade 1515 copper impregnated carbon-graphite for up to 750°F, and Metcar Grade 2500 electro-graphite for up to 1,000°F. Features include self-alignment to 5° from center-line,...

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Mechanical Materials withstand temperatures to 700°F.
Lubricants

Mechanical Materials withstand temperatures to 700°F.

Consisting of carbon/graphite Antimony impregnated materials, Metcar grades M-343 and M-346 operate in difficult environments where oil and grease lubrication cannot be used due to temperature limitations. Products are designed for medium to high loads and are suited for bearings and thrust washers in both dry and submerged environments. Offering lubricating qualities and wear resistance,...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Bearing Materials are suited for temperatures to 350°F.

Metcar grades M-161 and M-162 are carbon/graphite Babbit impregnated materials that impart bearings and thrust washers used in submerged and dry environments with wear resistance and continuous lubrication for their service life. Bearings manufactured from these completely homogenous materials are self-lubricating, non-galling, and dimensionally stable. They will not score mating shaft and can...

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High-Temperature Materials benefit bearing applications.
Electrical Equipment & Systems

High-Temperature Materials benefit bearing applications.

Metcar Grade 2500 and Metcar Grade 9800, which exhibit oxidation resistance without sacrificing self-lubricating properties, can be used in manufacturing non-galling and dimensionally stable bearings and thrust washers to promote extended product life. While Metcar Grade 2500 is suited for general-purpose applications with operating temperatures from 700 to 1,000°F, Metcar 9800 addresses...

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Bearing Lubrication Materials function at up to 350°F.
Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment

Bearing Lubrication Materials function at up to 350°F.

Metcar grades M-161 and M-162 mechanical carbon/graphite Babbit impregnated materials are suited for lubricating in submerged low viscosity fluids such as water and fuels. For dry environments, self-lubricating materials provide oil-free lubrication at high temperatures. Materials are utilized for moderate loads at medium and high speeds and bearings manufactured from them are low in friction and...

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