GRAPHALLOY, a graphite/metal alloy, is formed from molten metal, graphite and carbon; it is a uniform, solid, self-lubricating, bushing and bearing material.
From this we manufacture a unique, self-lubricating bearing solution, offering superior performance in hundreds of applications replacing carbon bearings. Morgan carbon bearings Application data 1. Introduction Carbon Bearings have been developed by Morganite Carbon Limited over the last 30 years. The generic term “Carbon Bearings” includes all possible variations of the basic material “Carbon”.
Therefore it covers “carbon-graphite” “metal-graphite” and “electro graphite”.
Carbon. bearings also apply to dry-running axial bearings. p-v Diagram 1: Load capacity of dry-running carbon bearings, depending on sliding speed p-v Diagram 2: Load capacity of dry-running carbon bearings, depending on sliding speed; comparison FE45Y3/FE65 80 60 40 20 0,5 1,0 1,52,0 FH42 FH44Y3 FE45Y3 spec.
load N/cm˜ sliding speed m/s. ROC Carbon self-lubricating bearings and bushings are available in material grades selected to meet the specified service requirements. Call Bushing Clearance. Typically bearing internal clearance is defined as the total distance through which one ring can be moved radially (radial internal clearance) or axially (axial internal clearance) in relation to the other ring under a defined measuring load.
In the case of bushings, this is not so. Since bushings are of single piece. Feature. EKK manufactures carbon materials for bush / bearings by blending carbon graphite with resin and hot molding by a heat press followed by heat treatment at a prescribed high temperature.
The sliding carbon material for water pump mechanical seals, well-proven in use with coolant, is used to offer superior heat, wear resistance comparing. BEARING AND SEALING COMPONENTS FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PAGE 10 GUIDELINES FOR THE INSTALLATION AND DESIGN OF BEARINGS The design of radial bearings and collar bearings of carbon and graphite is determined by DINSection 4, „Bushes for slide bearings made of artificial carbon". Instructions for the location of lubri.