High-temperature bearing materials

  • 03-Feb-2009 04:07 EST
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Metallized Carbon offers Metcar Grades 2­500 and 9800 from the Resistox family of high-temperature mechanical grades, designed for use where oil or grease lubricated bearings and thrust washers fail. Treated with an oxidation inhibitor, the non-galling bearings and thrust washers offer improved oxidation resistance and high compressive strength while retaining their self-lubricating properties to lengthen life. Metcar Grade 2500 is suitable for applications where conventional lubricants would break down, and it operates between 700 to 1000ºF (371 to 538ºC). Metcar 9800 addresses temperature installations between 1000 and 1100°F (538 to 593ºC), including furnaces, dryers, conveyors, and dampers. All materials are homogeneous, oxidation-resistant, and continuously lubricating.

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