Bearings • Sleeve Bearings
A type of plain bearing used to reduce friction and increase spin time, sleeve bearings consist of a plastic sleeve that revolves around a metal axle. Sleeve bearings are made of compressed powdered metal - such as bronze or copper - and are found in automobiles, home appliances, fans and office machinery. Bronze sleeve bearings are considered the most widely used sleeve bearing type, and can operate over a wider range of PV valves when compared to other bearing types. While they are self-lubricating, sleeve bearings are often shielded from dust and dirt by applying seals.
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Bunting is a manufacturer of cast materials and bearings for a wide variety of applications. Sleeve bearings offered include both plain and flanged models in standard and metric sizes constructed of materials such as bronze, copper-iron alloys and proprietary metal compounds.
Climax offers bronze sleeve bearings that are self-oiling and designed for motors, pulleys, replacements, repair jobs and bore reducers. The temperature range is -5° to 220° F. Inner diameters range from 1/4" to 3/4". Outer diameters range from 5/16" to 1". Lengths range from 3/4" to 1 7/8".