The list below provides an overview of the types of slide bearings we supply. If the list does not show the slide bearing you are looking for, please contact us.
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Self-lubricating sintered bronze bearings (ESSEM)
Sintered bearings made from bronze or iron, impregnated with oil, graphite or MoS2. The production method used for these bearings gives them high precision and a good price/quality ratio, as well as a long service life.Read more ...
Dry bearings (DU/DX)
Wrapped bearings with a steel, stainless steel or bronze outer jacket. The wearing surface consists of a PTFE compound (DU) or a POM layer (DX).Read more ...
Wrapped CuSn8 bearings (B09)
Wrapped bronze slide bearings with lubrication chambers. The phosphor tin bronze material makes these bearings very tough and highly suitable for heavy loads and environments with a relatively high degree of dirt.Read more ...
Solid bronze bearings (JM/OILES)
Solid bronze bearings with and without graphite lubricating pins. Available in a range material varieties, with the most common being: CuSn5, CuSn7, CuSn10 and CuZn25Ai5. When fitted with lubricating pins, these bearings are self-lubricating. The use of certain types of materials and lubricating pins also creates varieties that are resistant to seawater for use in lock gates, for instance.Read more ...
Slide bearings with a steel outer jacket and a wearing surface made from woven fibreglass and Teflon. The bearings can resist extremely heavy permitted loads and do not suffer from the stick-slip effect.Read more ...
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