Composite Bushings and Bearings


Composite bearings may be primarily metal with a low-friction polymer lining, or they may be filament wound fiber reinforced materials with a polymer matrix. Its benefits such as improved strength, stiffness, wear properties, and reduced friction while possibly eliminating the need for lubricants.


On the market now,there are so many different types of composite bushings and FAG bearings.Here we will introduce that what exactly qualifies as a composite bearing and how their performance compares to other types of bearings and bushings.There is a more classic approach to composite bushings that combines a polymer resin with glass fibers, often filament wound, and a PTFE lining to reduce friction and provide lubrication.


Therefor,there are 3 benefits about composite bearings.The first is that can strength and stiffness and low friction.The second is that composite bearings when operate is very nature and dry-running.Finally is that its dimensional stability.Some polymers are especially susceptible to dimensional changes through absorption of water or reactions to temperature variations. The use of composites can significantly reduce those problems.



The goal of a composite bushing is to combine the best properties of multiple materials.When it comes time to select a bushing or bearing for a particularly sensitive application, it might be wise to add composites to your list of potential bearing materials.


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FAG 1206TV Bearing

FAG 1209K.TV.C3