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SKF DryLube bearings for high temperature applications

20 June 2011

SKF's new DryLube bearing contains a specially engineered graphite mixture, eliminating the need for grease re-lubrication. By moving away from grease lubrication, DryLube can help avoid the associated operating costs and productivity limitations that can occur when grease lubricated bearings are exposed to high temperatures, which cause grease to deteriorate quickly, leaving bearings without adequate lubrication.

Almost any SKF bearing type can be supplied as an SKF DryLube bearing, providing very low and constant friction, and an extremely high temperature limit of 350°C.  Re-lubrication is avoided, eliminating the cost and environmental consequences of conventional greasing programmes.
The bearings are available in a wide variety of types and sizes.



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