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Metric Bronze Bushing

Choose from our metric bronze bushings, including oil-impregnated sleeves, graphite bronze bearings, and cast bronze bearings that are strong, wear-resistant, and offer excellent performance.

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Waht Is A Metric Bronze Bushing?

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Metric bronze bushings for calculating bearings in millimeters。 British bronze bearings are calculated in inches for size. 1 inch = 25.4 mm
We have a wide selection of standard metric sleeve bearings, flange bearings, and thrust washers available. We can also make any custom metric bearing designed in our Bearing Calculator.
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Why Use Metric Bronze Bushing?

As the industry becomes more global, the demand for metric bronze bushings is growing. Just like in the U.S., overseas manufacturers are developing parts around metric systems. As we began using these machines and components from overseas, the demand for metric bronze bushings grew. To meet this demand, we offer a range of solutions.

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The Role Of Metric Bronze Bushings

Metric Bronze Bushing Is The Role Of Bearing, Belongs To The Sliding Bearing Category, And Is In The Sliding Friction Under The Work Of The Bearing

The role of metric bronze bushings in machines is to reduce friction, reduce vibration, prevent corrosion, reduce noise, facilitate maintenance, and simplify the structural manufacturing process. In the moving parts, the long-term friction will cause the parts to wear out, this is the time to use the metric bronze bushing, which can reduce the friction. If our metric bronze bushings wear to a certain point, only the bronze bushings need to be replaced, thus saving the cost of replacing the shaft or seat。

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The Difference Between The Metric Bronze Bushing And Inch Bronze Bushing

The main difference between metric bronze bushings and inch bronze bushings lies in the units of measurement used for their dimensions. As the names suggest, metric bronze bushings are sized using the metric system (millimeters), while inch bronze bushings are sized using the imperial system (inches).

Additionally, the manufacturing standards and specifications may also differ slightly between metric and inch bronze bushings. For example, the dimensional tolerances, surface finishes, and material grades may vary. This is why it is important to use the correct type of bushing for your application, as using the wrong type could result in poor performance or even failure of the system.

With both metric and imperial options available at, we can service a wider range of customers and ensure that we can provide the right type of bronze bushing for your specific needs, regardless of the unit of measure you use. This helps to increase efficiency and reduce confusion in the design and manufacturing process.

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Self-lubricating Metric Bronze Buhsing

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Metric bronze bearing has the characteristics of low friction coefficient, wear resistance, corrosion resistance, oil-free self-lubrication and long service life. Its application can reduce cost, reduce noise, avoid sticking and sliding.

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A Metric Bronze Bushing To Meet Your Industry

A metric bronze bushing is a type of bearing that is commonly used in various mechanical applications. It is made from a bronze material that provides good wear resistance and corrosion resistance. The bushing is typically designed with a cylindrical shape and a hole in the center, allowing it to rotate around a shaft and reduce friction between two moving parts. Bronze bushings are used in a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, and industrial machinery. They are also commonly used in pumps, valves, and gearboxes.

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Application Fields Of Metric Bronze Bushing

Metric bronze bushings are used in diesel engines, automobiles, agricultural machinery, hydraulic machinery, machine tools, forestry machinery, engineering machinery, mining, railroads, ships, petrochemical machinery, die-casting machines, metallurgical equipment; food packaging machinery, textiles, light industry machinery, aviation, weaponry, and other industries and sectors. The articulated parts consisting of metric bronze bushings are commonly used in excavators, loaders, bulldozers, cranes, boom concrete pumps, aerial work trucks, and other construction machinery

Material Of  Metric Bronze Bushings

As a basic accessory, metric bronze bushings are used in a wide range of applications, from large industrial machinery to the smallest clocks and watches around us. We are surrounded by ubiquitous metric bronze bushing applications. How can we make high-quality bronze bushings, the first selection of material is an important factor?
If the load is large, the speed is low usually choose aluminum bronze material, the load is general, the speed is generally usually used tin bronze material, the speed is fast and the load is not much can be lead bronze

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C93600 High Leaded Tin Bronze Bushing

Experience the quiet power of our C93600 High Leaded Tin Bronze Bushings. These bushings provide impeccable smoothness and silence to your machinery, making them the perfect choice for a wide range of applications. Say goodbye to noisy, rough equipment, and say hello to the seamless operation you've always dreamed of.


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Bronze Spider Bushing

Bronze Spider Bushings, also known as Eccentric Bushings, might not steal the spotlight, but they are the unsung heroes of machinery. These small cylindrical components, often made of bronze or similar materials, might not look like much, but they play a critical role in various machines and equipment, especially in industries where precision and durability are paramount.