iglide® X6, sleeve bearing, mm

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  • Runs up to six times longer than iglide® T500
  • Long term service temperature up to +482 °F
  • Up to 50 % better press fit than iglide® T500
  • High compressive strength

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iglide® X6| Runs up to six times longer than iglide® T500
 

  • Long term service temperature up to +482 °F
  • Up to 50 % better press fit than iglide® T500
  • High compressive strength
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • PTFE-free
  • Lubrication and maintenance-free
  • Standard range from stock
Due to nano-technology, iglide® X6 shows up to six times better performance than iglide® T500 in many oscillating and rotating applications – even at temperatures over +212 °F.
 
Typical application areas

Fluid technology
Glass industry
Food industry
Machine tools
Textile industry

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When to use it?
  • If temperatures are higher than +302 °F
  • When the wear performance of iglide® T500 in oscillation and rotation is not sufficient
  • If the press-fit should be improved over iglide® T500
  • If high media resistance is required
  • If you need a bearing which is free of PTFE
When not to use?
  • When you need a cost-effective universal bearing
  • If you need a bearing for underwater use
  • When a wear resistant high temperature bearing for linear movements is needed

 
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Tolerances and measurement system
The installation dimensions and tolerances of the iglide® plain bearings are a function of the material and wall thicknesses. For each material, the moisture absorption and the thermal expansion are imperative. Plain bearings with low moisture absorption can be designed with a minimal amount of tolerance. For wall thickness, the rule is: The thicker the bearings are, the larger the tolerances must be.
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Assembly
iglide® bearings are press-fit bearings. The inner diameter adjusts only after press-fit in the proper housing bore with a recommended tolerance. The before press-fit oversized dimension can be up to 2% of the inner diameter. In this manner, the secure press-fitting of the bearing is achieved. Axial or radial shifts in the housing are also prevented.
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