Essentra Components 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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All-Fit adjustable bushings are designed to protect wire, cable, tubing or irregular shaped items from sharp, unfinished edges. The web or shutters help absorb shock and vibration. Fingertip pressue required...
All-Fit adjustable bushings are designed to protect wire, cable, tubing or irregular shaped items from sharp, unfinished edges. The web or shutters help absorb shock and vibration. They have a...
Opens to accept cables then close firmly when installed into a hole The durable material provides insulation and slight strain relief while protecting cables and wires from raw edges Available...
Protect the sheathing on conductors from sharp edges within FMC, AC and MC cables Fits armored cable and flexible metal conduit sizes The tapered design allows for fast installation UL...
Protects electronic products by absorbing the forces of pull, push, and twist that may be exerted on a flexible power cord Securely protects cable at entry point Available for round...
Sleeve Bearings - Plastic are suitable for DIN h6-H7 fitting. Impervious to dirt ingress, weather and chemical corrosion, bearing clearance is approximate 1% of the shaft diameter after assembly.
Snap Fit Bushings protect wires, cables, and tubing from sharp edges of sheet metal holes The push-fit design easily installs in common panel thicknesses while the durable material creates a...
Snap Fit Bushings protect wires, cables, and tubing from sharp edges of sheet metal holes The split, push-fit design allows this bushing to be easily assembled into holes that already...
Strain Relief Bushings are effortless to install as they can be inserted without the use of any tools whilst still providing protection to wire and fiber against rough panel hole...