Bronze bearings are suitable for low-speed and heavy-load applications where the shaft and bearing alignment is good, They can be made from a variety of alloy components to obtain a variety of physical properties. Bronze bushing materials include C86300 (CuZn24Al6Fe3Mn4) Manganese Bronze, C95400 (CuAl11Fe4) Aluminum Bronze, C93200 (SAE 660) Bearing Bronze, and more, learn more detail about bronze bushing bearing material now!
Cast Iron Bearing
Cast iron-bearing materials are widely used in less demanding applications. The hardness of the journal must be higher than the hardness of the shaft shank.
Sintered Bronze Bushing
The so-called “self-lubricating” “porous” bearings or sintered bronze bushings are made by first sintering metal powder and then dipping it in oil.
Graphite bushing is a sliding bearing using copper alloy as the base, inlaid with graphite as a solid lubricant, with high load bearing, low friction coefficient, high wear resistance, low wear, and can be lubricated without oil. They are widely used in metallurgical continuous casting machines, steel rolling equipment, mining machinery, ships, steam turbines, injection molding machines, fireplace doors, oven rollers, light industry machinery, machine tool industry, and equipment production lines.