New Products: Teflon Composite Bearings

Dec. 9, 2008
Minuteman Series Teflon composite bearings serve in linear, rotary, and/or oscillating motion applications.

Minuteman Series Teflon composite bearings serve in linear, rotary, and/or oscillating motion applications. The self-aligning bearings have a low coefficient of friction, dampen vibration, and tolerate shock. The self-lubricating bearings can be submerged, washed down with water, high-pressure steam, or chemicals, and operate in harsh abrasive contaminated environments.

Closed or open-style configurations in 12 sizes from ¼ to 4-in. ID are available. The bearings have 100% contact with the shaft which eliminates contaminates from collecting, and these bearings will not score aluminum shafting.

LM76
140 Industrial Dr.
E. Longmeadow, MA 01028
(413) 525-4166
lm76.com

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