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Schaeffler Group Industrial has brought a new metal-polymer composite bearing onto the market under its INA brand. Copyright Schaeffler Group Previous data applies for all further characteristics and performance data. E40 sliding layer standard product : Is maintenance-free, i. The sliding layer used is based on polytetrafluoroethylene PTFE and different chemically inert additives.

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Search our entire product range — without registration. P10 is a leaded, robust sliding material with maximum tribological performance. It is designed for maintenance-free, dry-running applications, but can also be employed in systems with liquid lubrication.

The use of grease as a lubricant with P10 is only possible to a limited extent, and is not recommended. The solid lubricant mass is produced in a specially adapted mixing process. This produces a sliding layer with a thickness from 0. Next, the cavities are filled with solid lubricant by means of impregnating rollers. This process step is controlled in such a way that a running-in layer of solid lubricant up to max.

In further thermal treatments, the characteristic properties of the material system are adjusted, and the required thickness tolerances of the composite material are produced using controlled roller pairs. Sliding elements in a great variety of designs are produced from P10 and P11 in cutting, stamping and shaping processes. In a final step, plain bearings manufactured from P10 undergo corrosion protection treatment on the bearing back, face reliefs and striking faces.

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Choose language:. Choose country:. Material information. Material production The solid lubricant mass is produced in a specially adapted mixing process. The materials P10 and P11 contain lead and must therefore not be used in the food sector! Plain bearing production.

Cylindrical bushes. Collar bushes. Thrust washers. P11 does not require any additional corrosion protection. Note: Tin is used as temporary corrosion protection and an assembly aid. Characteristics of P Very low stick-slip tendency Low wear Good chemical resistance Low friction value No tendency to weld to metal Extremely swell-resistant Does not absorb water. Material composition. Layer system P10 1. Sliding layer Tin-lead-bronze Layer thickness [mm]: 0.

Bearing back Steel Steel thickness [mm]: Variable Steel hardness [HB]: — 1 The pores of the sliding layer are also filled with this lubricant mass. Characteristic values, load limit Designation Unit Value Permitted pv value pv zul. Models and tables of dimensions. Strips PAS.. KS Permaglide P More information. Would you like further information? Get in touch. Use of cookies and data protection.

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Schaeffler Group Industrial is introducing INA metal-polymer composite plain bearings to replace the standard Permaglide plain bearing previously marketed. The new INA metal-polymer composite plain bearings are said to be economical for many industrial, automotive and product applications. They are particularly effective with oscillating movements and achieve a rating life several times higher than that of bearings manufactured from conventional materials. In addition, the new INA plain bearings are lead-free and, therefore, environmentally friendly. Furthermore, a choice of innovative materials enables designers to match the bearings' performance characteristics to the application requirements. A selection of bearings featuring maintenance-free and low-maintenance materials are available under the designations E40 and E For these two INA ranges, the structures are basically identical: a porous bronze-sintered structure is applied to a steel or bronze backing and impregnated with a special plastic compound.

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Search our entire product range — without registration. P10 is a leaded, robust sliding material with maximum tribological performance. It is designed for maintenance-free, dry-running applications, but can also be employed in systems with liquid lubrication. The use of grease as a lubricant with P10 is only possible to a limited extent, and is not recommended. The solid lubricant mass is produced in a specially adapted mixing process. This produces a sliding layer with a thickness from 0.

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