Bearings • Plastic Bearings
There are a number of plain bearings that are comprised of various plastics including nylon, PEEK blend, polyacetal, PTFE, glass-filled PTFE, Rulon, UHMWPE, MDS-filled urethane, and Vespel. Solid-plastic plain bearings typically feature dry-running, lubrication-free behaviors, and are known for their light weight, corrosion resistance, and long life. The various plastic bearings are found within farm equipment, textile machinery, medical devices, food and packaging machines, car seating, marine equipment, tills, and photocopy machines.
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Igus provides customers with a variety of plastic bearing solutions. Every year, Igus engineers develop more than 100 new plastic compounds and conduct more than 5,000 tests on maintenance-free plain bearings. The Iglide bearing material possesses a number of special features making it suitable for particular applications and requirements, and is available in more than 8,000 imperial and metric bearing sizes.
Maxton is Tri-Mack’s line of ultra high performance self-lubricated bearing materials. Maxton is based on existing high temperature engineering thermoplastics, and it's compounds combine unparalleled high load, high speed friction wear capabilities with the economies of injection molding. Maxton improves performance and lowering cost in your bearing application.