Bearings • High Temperature Bearings
Engineered to withstand extreme temperatures and are made form materials such as ceramincs and alloys that can stand up to those temperatures.
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Metallized Carbon Corp. manufactures custom bearings for dry running high temperature applications. These carbon-graphite designs feature a low and high temperature rating of -400 F to 1000 F in air/oxidizing environments, and -400F to 5600 F in neutral/reducing environments. They also feature a pressure rating of up to 1000 psi.
Graphite Metallizing Corp manufactures various bearings from GRAPHALLOY. GRAPHALLOY®, a graphite/metal alloy, is ideally suited to applications where temperatures are too high to permit the use of oil or other lubricants and will not soften at high temperatures or extrude under load. Many grades are suitable for temperatures to 750°F (400°C) in air. In addition, special grades provide service up to 1000°F (535°C) and higher in non-oxidizing atmospheres. Typical uses include bakery and industrial ovens, glass plants, conveyors, dryers, kilns, kiln cars, stokers, soot blowers, oil guns, gypsum board, veneer dryers, and more.