Boston Gear Datasheets for Plain Bearings and Sleeve Bearings

Plain bearings and sleeve bearings (also referred to as bushings or journal bearings) are used to constrain, guide or reduce friction in rotary or linear applications. They function via a sliding action.
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Product Name Notes
Bear-N-Bronz®Cast Bronze Plain Sleeve Bearings Overview Bear-N-Bronz® is Boston Gear's general purpose, cast, solid bronze bearing material. It is a high grade, leaded tin bronze, having good hardness, strength, wear-resistance and exceptional anti-friction qualities. It...
Bost-Bronz Oil Impregnated Plain Sleeve Bearings Overview Bost-Bronz® is Boston Gear's all-purpose, oil-impregnated, porous bronze bearing material. It is manufactured using the powdered metal process with the purest metal powders. This process ensures the uniform distribution...
Molded Plastic Bearings Overview Boston Gear stocks a wide selection of plain cylindrical, flanged, and roll-end bearings in four different materials: Nylon, which offers good chemical and corrosion resistance, excellent abrasion resistance, and...
BOSTonE®Plastic Plain Sleeve Bearings Overview With Teflon as their major ingredient, glass-filled bearings are self-lubricating and offer a low coefficient of friction. They withstand extreme temperatures from -400° to +550° F, handle high loads...