Dry Bushes Supplier

Dry Bushes is a 3-layer bearing, wrapped of copper-plated steel with a layer of POM. Multi-layer bearings Pom Bushing Made in china.Multi-layer bearings are available in various combinations of sliding surface. These are available both as maintenance-free and requiring lubrication.View More:bronzelube.com

Bushings Details:

  • Inner Diameter Customized
  • Shape Cylindrical, Round
  • Outer Diameter Customized
  • Length Customized

Feature

  • High dimensional accuracy
  • High tensile strength
  • Easy to install
  • Ability to resist high temperature and pressures

Technical Parameters

  • Maximum bearing pressure: 70N/mm2
  • Friction coefficient: 0.05~0.25
  • Applicable temperature range: -40℃~130℃
  • Maximum sliding speed: 2.5m/s
  • Maximum allowable PV value: 22N/mm2.m/s

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The advantages of oil-free self-lubricating bearings are as follows:

  1. Oil-free or oil-less lubricated bearings are suitable for places where oil cannot be filled or it is difficult to fill. They can be used without or with little maintenance.
  2. Good wear resistance, small friction coefficient and long service life.
  3. There is an appropriate amount of elastoplasticity, which can distribute the stress on a wider contact surface and improve the bearing capacity.
  4. The coefficient of static and dynamic friction is similar, which can eliminate the creep at low speed, thus ensuring the working accuracy of the machine.
  5. It can reduce vibration, reduce noise, prevent pollution and improve working conditions.
  6. Transfer film can be formed in the operation process to protect the grinding shaft, without biting the shaft.
  7. The hardness requirements for the grinding shaft are low, which can be used without adjusting the shaft, thus reducing the processing difficulty of related parts.
  8. Thin wall structure, light weight, can reduce the mechanical volume.
  9. The bushing is made of brass and can be used in corrosive media.