Self-lubricating Bearings

Self-lubricating Bearings

Self-lubricating bearings

Self-lubricating bearings are designed for applications where external lubrication is not possible (like excavators).

The solid lubricant is compressed and molded into bearings to ensure that the product is maintenance-free. No auxiliary lubrication of any kind is required. At the start of the operation, a film of solid lubricant is transferred to the shaft. This is acceptable for some relatively demanding environments (lubricant contamination is prohibited).

Compared with standard traditional lubricated bronze bearings, self-lubricating bearings are also ideal for environments in a wider temperature range.

Base Material Tin Bronze ZCuSn10P1  
Base Material Aluminum Bronze ZcuAl10Fe3 ZCuAl9Ni4Fe4Mn2
Base Material Aluminum Brass ZCuZn25Al6Fe3Mn3  







  Hardness Friction Coefficient Max Load Operating Temperature Limit Velocity
Main technical parameters 90-240HB 0.08-0.13 100N/mm2 ≤300℃ <oil5m/s; Grease0.4/s

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