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High Temperature Bearing

In the heart of demanding operations, reliability is non-negotiable. Our high-temperature bearings guarantee uninterrupted performance, ensuring smooth machinery operation when it matters most. Say goodbye to costly downtime and hello to seamless productivity with bearings designed to thrive under pressure.

Description

High Temperature Bearing

High-temperature bearing is engineered to endure extreme heat, crucial for applications where standard bearings would falter under high-temperature conditions. Bronzeoilless.com High-Temperature Bearings include bronze with solid lubricant, PTFE (insert) bronze parts and more.

The temperature endurance of bronze with solid lubricant depends on several factors, including the specific bronze alloy and the type of solid lubricant utilized. Generally, bronze with solid lubricant can withstand temperatures ranging from -50°C to 300°C (-58°F to 572°F) under typical operational conditions.

High Temperature Bearing used in steel conveyor

Applications of High Temperature Bearing

High temperature bearing serve diverse applications where heat poses a threat to the efficiency of standard bearings:

  • Furnace Transport/Conveyance Equipment: Bearings capable of withstanding furnace heat for material transportation.
  • Office Equipment: High-temperature components integrated into office machinery.
  • Ion Implanters and Sputtering Equipment: our bushings employed in high-temperature vacuum settings.
  • Film Manufacturing Equipment: SJ bearings suitable for high-temperature film production apparatus.
  • Bakery and Industrial Ovens: PTFE (insert) bronze parts utilized in ovens where conventional lubricants fail.
  • Conveyors, Dampers, Dryers, and Kilns: Various industrial operations necessitating bearings resilient to high temperatures.
  • Aerospace and Automotive: Industries encountering extreme temperatures, demanding reliable bearing performance.

In essence, high-temperature bearings are specialized components engineered to function dependably in environments where standard bearings succumb to heat. They are available in diverse types and materials, each tailored to specific applications and temperature ranges.

Common Bronze Materials Used for High Temperature Bearing

Common bronze materials employed for high-temperature bearing encompass:

  • Aluminum Bronzes: Alloys like C95300, C95300-HT, C95400, C95400-HT, C95500, C95500-HT, and C95510 renowned for their high strength and heat treatability. They offer exceptional corrosion resistance and can operate at temperatures surpassing 500°F.
  • Manganese Bronzes: Alloys such as C86300 and C86400, modifications of Muntz metal-type alloys with additions of manganese, iron, and aluminum, plus lead for lubricity. They boast high strength and corrosion resistance.
  • High-Leaded Tin Bronze Alloys: Examples include C93200 (SAE 660), C93400, C93500, C93700, C93800, and C94300, noted for their excellent antifriction properties.
  • Tin Bronze Alloys: Including C90300, C90500, and C90700, renowned for their strength, ductility, and corrosion resistance.
  • Leaded Tin Bronze Alloys: Such as C92200, C92300, and C92700, utilizing lead to enhance machinability while maintaining strength and hardness.
    These bronze materials are chosen for high temperature bearing applications due to their blend of high strength, corrosion resistance, and, in some cases, capacity to operate at elevated temperatures. They find utility across various industries, including marine, aerospace, and industrial machinery, where durability and performance under high temperatures are imperative.

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