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Bearings In Extreme Heat

Tue, 06/21/2011 - 7:21am

The Metallized Carbon Corporation (Ossining, NY) has developed cast iron pillow blocks and flange blocks with self-lubricating, carbon-graphite bearing inserts for applications where oil/grease lubrication cannot be used. According to the company, the bearings provide and a long, maintenance-free life in high-temperature applications were grease would melt or carbonize. Other benefits include:

  • A rugged cast iron housing that encases the bushings.
  • A variety of shaft sizes, including pillow blocks up to 3-1/2” in diameter, two-bolt flange blocks up to 2-1/6”, and four-bolt flange blocks to 5”.
  • Three temperature grades: M-11 to 700°F, Grade 1515 to 750°F, and Grade 2500 to 1,000°F.

Check out www.metcar.com to learn more.

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