Dental and Medical Bearings

May 5, 2005
A new line of bearings aimed at the medical and dental markets offers a variety of retainer materials and designs for quiet and smooth operation of hand tools.

The bearings can withstand standard sterilization techniques, and temperatures in excess of 250°F (121°C). Autoclave-resistant retainers can be made of Phenolic and Torlon (polyamide-imide). The bearings are also made of corrosion-resistant 440C. The full-shoulder design prevents disassembly during handling and installation and they are lubricated with food-safe and autoclave-resistant grease. Bearings can be customized with simple flanges or intricate lubrication grooves and O-ring housings

Pacamkor Kubar Bearings
Box 120
Dublin, NH 03444
(603) 563-7708

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