Pin Bearing Sintered Iron

Dry lubrication of PIN BEARING SINTERED IRON with solid lubricants under certain circumstances can achieve better friction coefficients than plastic bushings and casting bearings, for instance. Also PIN BEARING SINTERED IRON with content of graphite could reduce running sounds and good running properties.


LUBRICATION OF PIN BEARING SINTERED IRON

Dry lubrication of PIN BEARING SINTERED IRON with solid lubricants under certain circumstances can achieve better friction coefficients than plastic bushings and casting bearings, for instance. Also PIN BEARING SINTERED IRON with content of graphite could reduce running sounds and good running properties.

An additional lubricant enables the longer service life to be increased.

PIN BEARING SINTERED IRON have a pore volume of between 15% to 30%, and these pores are used by oil impregnation for the bushing's entire service lifetime.


TYPES

CYLINDRICAL PIN BEARING SINTERED IRON

This most cost-effective form of bearing is primarily pushed into a pre-processed bearing bore using a mandrel.


FLANGE PIN BEARING SINTERED IRON

Differ from cylindrical bearings with their flange on one side. This serves as a restraint during installation, and in certain cases, also serves as a larger support when placed under axial loads. This form of bearing also needs to be pushed in using a mandrel.


SPHERICAL PIN BEARING SINTERED IRON

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 PIN BEARING SINTERED IRON WITH RING

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

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