Plain Bearings (Bushings)

Wheeler Industries Manufacturers High Speed and Heavy Load Babbitt Bearings
Plain Bearings (Bushings)

Wheeler Industries Manufacturers High Speed and Heavy Load Babbitt Bearings

Journal bearings normally include sleeve, plain, shell and babbitt bearings. The word babbitt actually describes the layer of softer metals (lead, tin and copper) which forms the inner metal contact surface of the bearing shell. These softer metals overlay a stronger steel support shell and are needed to cushion the shell from the harder rotating shaft. Babbitt bearings are manufactured by the...

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Linear Bearings Deliver Savings of $36,000
Plain Bearings (Bushings)

Linear Bearings Deliver Savings of $36,000

A manufacturer of scientific instruments and laboratory equipment used for applications and research in particle science technology uses DryLin® R linear bearings in its series of physisorption and chemisorption analyzers. The manufacturer replaced recirculating ball bearings, which required frequent maintenance and re-lubrication, and as a result is able to save more than $36,000 per year....

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Keyless Shaft Bushings are available in 20, 40 and 60 mm sizes.
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Keyless Shaft Bushings are available in 20, 40 and 60 mm sizes.

Providing concentricity to .001 in. TIR, ETP Express Bushings handle torque ranges from 40-6,400 lb and are available in 20, 40 and 60 mm sizes. Shaft-locking bushings provide mounting/dismounting capabilities with only one radial screw. They are designed for locking gears, cams, and timing pulleys into position in tight spaces. Bushings handle temperature ranges from -22°F to 180°F....

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Leading Federal-Mogul Technologies Featured on 2012 North American Car and Truck of the Year

SOUTHFIELD, Mich., - Federal-Mogul Corporation (NASDAQ: FDML), a global leading supplier of automotive technologies, today announced that it is a leading supplier for the 2012 North American Car and Truck of the Year, revealed at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Federal-Mogul's leading technology on the 2012 Hyundai Elantra - the North American Car of the Year - includes...

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Plain Bearings (Bushings)

Toshiba Announces Addition of Silicon Nitride Bearing Ball Blanks and Engine Components to Its Diverse Product Portfolio

Industry-Leading Components Will Complement TAEC's Advanced Materials Product Line SAN JOSE, Calif. - Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC)*, a committed leader that collaborates with technology companies to create breakthrough designs, today announced that it will now sell and support the silicon nitride bearing ball blanks and engine components manufactured by Toshiba Materials Co....

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Kingsbury Wins Bearing Order for Shah Gas Project, Abu Dhabi
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Kingsbury Wins Bearing Order for Shah Gas Project, Abu Dhabi

Philadelphia, PA - Abu Dhabi, with more than 200 trillion cubic feet of gas reserves, boasts one the biggest gas basins in the world, but much of it is sour. The Shah Gas project is viewed by many as central to Abu Dhabi's ability to maintain economic growth, for unlike its vast oil reserves, which are tapped for export, the gas will be used almost exclusively for domestic power generation....

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Spherical Bearing Inserts suit high temperature applications.
Plain Bearings (Bushings)

Spherical Bearing Inserts suit high temperature applications.

Made of self-lubricating graphite/metal alloy material, GRAPHALLOY® 845 Spherical Inserts are suitable for operations where temperatures reach or exceed 750°F. Inserts replace traditional ball bearings in standard pillow and flange blocks without need to alter or redesign equipment. Designed to not soften at high temperatures or extrude under load, inserts are used in ovens, furnaces,...

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Plain Bearings (Bushings)

Ecological Plastic Bushings utilize renewable materials.

Made of 54% raw, renewable materials, iglide® N54 Self-Lubricating Bushings use vegetable oil rather than crude oil and are suited for low-load applications in consumer products, general mechanical engineering, and furniture. Every bushing uses solid lubricants embedded inside millions of tiny chambers that cannot be pressed out. Since bushings do not require oil or grease, no contaminants...

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