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Self-lube carbon graphite bearing material for applications up to 340°C

26 September 2011

Metallized Carbon Corporation's new Metcar grade M-11 bearing material is a plain, unimpregnated, carbon-graphite offering good self-lubricating qualities and good wear resistance when running dry at temperatures up to 340°C. It is an economical grade that is suitable for bearings that must run continuously at relatively light load and low speed. Metcar Grade M-11bearings are suitable for equipment such as high temperature air dampers, continuous dryers, and high temperature conveyors.

Metcar Grade M-11 is available in all  Metallized Carbon Corporation's standard sleeve bearing, standard flange bearing, and standard thrust bearing sizes. It is also available in all of the standard, self-aligning pillow block and self-aligning flange block assemblies offered by the company. Bearings in this grade can also be manufactured to meet customer specified sizes. 
 
Bearings manufactured from Metcar materials are self-lubricating, non-galling, dimensionally stable and have high compressive strength. Boasting excellent lubricating qualities and long life, these materials are completely homogenous and provide continuous lubrication for their service life, making them an excellent candidate for bearings, bearing assemblies, and mechanical components that must operate in environments where oil/grease lubrication cannot be used. 

 
 

 


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