TriStar Plastics Corp. 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
When your application calls for caustic wash-downs, water, dry abrasives and chemical immersion – Ultrasert heeds the call - all without the need for lubrication. Ultrasert can easily handle high-impact...
Bearing grade blended fiber/graphite composite Interwoven laminate using PTFE, polyester fibers, and graphite lubricant Ideal for full rotary applications requiring self-lubrication, low-friction and long-wear
Bearing grade polyester /MOS2 composite Similar to UC200; moly lubricant added for slow rotary, salt water, and dry oscillation
Bearing grade polyester /PTFE composite Similar to UC200, with PTFE lubricant added for rotary or linear applications Reduced friction Compatible with stainless and aluminum
Bearing grade polyester/graphite composite High-load, high-impact and slow-speed applications Vibration and abrasion resistant Self-lubricating with low-moisture absorption. Runs best on shafts with RC30 or higher.
Self-lubricating design Maintenance-free operation and elimination of expensive greasing systems Low friction Extends operating life and increases efficiency Temperature and chemical resistance Compatible with a wide range of lubricants and...

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