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igus to show new environmentally-friendly biopolymer bearing material at Interplas 2011

22 July 2011

igus will be unveiling its new environmentally-friendly biopolymer bearing material, iglidur N54 at the forthcoming Interplas 2011 event in Birmingham (September 27-29). Based on 54% natural, renewable resources, the new material is green in colour to reflect its credentials. Suitable for use in bearing applications with operating temperatures of between -40 and 80°C and accommodating medium loading conditions, the material fits well into the mid-range of the iglidur family.

Available in both sleeve (illustrated) and flange styles, typical industry sectors for iglidur N54 would be consumer products, as well as general mechanical engineering, furniture manufacturers and industrial design. As well as having universal applications, and being free from any maintenance or lubrication regimes, the main benefit of this material is that it is kinder to the environment.


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