Bearings for chemical environments

April 14, 2005
With over 100 grades available, Graphalloy self-lubricating bearings and bushings are designed for use in tough chemical environments such as sulfuric acid, molten metal, bleaching solutions, industrial solvents, paper-industry liquors, ammonia, and sodium hydroxide.

The bearings work in 40 to 1,000°F, temperatures where plastics fail, lubricated bearings and bushings seize due to lubrication loss, and corrosion damages traditional metal bearings, causing maintenance problems, production loss, and mechanical failure.

Graphite Metallizing Corp.,
1050 Nepperhan Ave.
Yonkers, NY 10703
(914) 968-8400

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