Product Spotlight: Bushings and Bearings

Dec. 9, 2008
Graphalloy bushings and bearings can withstand temperature from cryogenic to 1,000°F and are dimensionally stable when submerged or under load — applications where oil, grease, and plastic fail.

Graphalloy bushings and bearings can withstand temperature from cryogenic to 1,000°F and are dimensionally stable when submerged or under load — applications where oil, grease, and plastic fail. The components, made from a graphite/metal alloy (molten metal, graphite, and carbon), are self-lubricating, a key feature in applications where maintenance operations are infrequent or difficult.

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

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