The ttv-08G sliding bearings have a steel-lead-bronze alloy base featuring a specially developed solid lubricant.
Due to their high levels of stability and resilience and the helical arrangement of the diamond-shaped indents of the embedded solid lubricant, these bearings have an extremely good lubrication effect at high temperatures and excellent wear-resistance. Approximately 25% of the bearing surface is lubricated.
These sliding bearings are used in automotive or vehicle gearboxes and clutches, as well as generators, cranes and other items of machinery in the metalworking industry.
|Base material||Friction coefficient||Temperature range||Load capacity||Sliding speed |
|CuSn10Pb10 + Gr.||0.06||0.2||-100°C||+260°C||65 N/mm2 ||4 m/s|
The FB09G bearings are sliding bearings on a bronze base containing solid lubricant.
Thanks to the good stretching properties of bronze, these sliding bearings can be rolled to have very thin walled thicknesses. Due to the solid lubricant, these bearings are used without any lubricant in gear shafts and similar applications. They are also particularly well-suited for use between clutch discs and the drivetrain.
|Base material||Friction coefficient||Temperature range||Resilience||Sliding speed |
|CuSn6.5P0.1 + Gr.||0.06||0.2||-100°C||+260°C||65 N/mm2 ||4 m/s|
The ttv-TF-2 bearings are self-lubricating sliding bearings for use at high temperatures.
Compared to the TF-1 series, the sliding bearings from this series are considerably less prone to rust and are better suited for use at high temperatures. They are popular in train tracks, automotive moulding etc. They are popular in train tracks, automotive moulding etc.
|Base material||Load capacity||Temperature limit||Friction coefficient|
|CuFeNiSn + Gr.||73.5 n/mm2||+600°C||0.03||0.18|