1. Total Self-Lubricating: No oil or grease is required
The self-lubricating features allow bearings to be used where oiling is difficult, expensive to implement, and where grease/oil cannot be used. Excellent lubrication is achieved even under high loads at low speeds.
2. Excellent Wear Resistance:
Excellent wear resistance is achieved under severe working conditions, such as heavy load, low velocity, reciprocating, oscillating, and intermittent motions where the formation of oil film is difficult. Wear resistance: Solid lubricating materials generally have very low shear strength and strong adsorption to the surface of metal substrates. At the beginning of the bearing operation, the solid lubricant undergoes sheer slip and is continuously adsorbed on the exposed metal surface, so that the entire friction interface quickly forms a layer-transfer lubricating film. The formation of the solid lubricating film avoids the direct friction between metal and metal. reduce wear.
3. Low Coefficient of Friction: 0.04 to 0.2 typical:
Self-lubrication with specially embedded solid lubricants reduces friction. The solid lubricating block (or stick) embedded in the substrate generates heat when it is rubbed with the dual material, and the solid lubricant is extruded by thermal expansion, forming a lubricating film, and forming a transfer film on the surface of the dual material to achieve lubrication. The friction occurs inside the lubricant so that it can show good friction characteristics – a low coefficient of friction. Also, the coefficient of friction decreases with increasing load and speed.
4. Wide Operating Temperature Ranges: -415° ° to 1,100° °F
Superior performance is exhibited under high and low-temperature conditions. solid lubricating materials can work in a wide temperature range. The upper limit of use temperature is above 1000℃, and the minimum use temperature is below -150℃. No solid lubricating material has such a wide working range, and the actual circumferential lubricating material only needs to be adapted to a specific temperature range. Corrosion resistance and radiation resistance: Solid inlaid self-lubricating bearings and counterparts can work in acid, broken, salt, mist, water, seawater, and other corrosive liquids or gases. Solid lubricated bearings working in a corrosive medium environment can maintain stable performance and ensure their good lubricating performance within the specified service period. Within the specified period of use, it can withstand a certain amount of radioactive radiation. Its physical and mechanical properties and tribological properties should remain stable.
5. Corrosion and Chemical Resistance:
Performance is not affected by water and caustic chemicals.
6. Designed to Exceed Your Requirements:
High precision products with close tolerances.
7. Cost Competitive:
Maintenance, replacement, and end-item downtime cost are reduced due to the exceptional service life compared to similar self-lubricating products.