Graphite Sleeve Bearings

GRAPHITE SLEEVE BEARINGS are an indispensable element of machinery, and DALON is professional manufacturer in P/M development and production. Since 2002, we produce and design high quality GRAPHITE SLEEVE BEARINGS for our customer requirements.

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GRAPHITE SLEEVE BEARINGS are an indispensable element of machinery, and DALON is professional manufacturer in P/M development and production. Since 2002, we produce and design high quality GRAPHITE SLEEVE BEARINGS for our customer requirements.


TYPES

SPHERICAL GRAPHITE SLEEVE BEARINGS

Guarantees autonomous re-alignment of the bearing bore. The bore diameter remains unchanged when installing the spherical bearing. However, the installation is somewhat more complicated.


SPHERICAL GRAPHITE SLEEVE BEARINGS WITH RING

The main purpose of the extension is to compensate for any in-between spaces.

DALON BUSHING ADVANTAGE:

With no moving parts, SINTERED IRON BUSHINGs are the simplest type of bearing. Compared to ball and roller bearings, they generally handle higher temperatures and perform better in dirty environments. They are also intended by design to be self-lubricating, maintenance free and low cost.


Performance of sintered iron bushing

An extremely wide range of operating loads, speeds and temperatures:

  Dynamic loads from 6 to 75 MPa

  Linear speeds up to 8 m/s

  Operating temperatures from - 100°C to + 300°C

Sintered Iron Bushing is Suitable for use in a wide range of environments

  Marine environment

  Radio-active environments

  Contact with corrosive liquids or substances incompatible with oils

  Food preparation

Reduce of design and ownership costs by sintered iron bushing

  Maintenance-free operation

  Lower cost compared to cast metal and machined bearings

  Complex designs and forms possible

  High dimensional accuracy

  Excellent surface finish

  Reduced weight compared to similar non-porous components

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