iglide® C500, sleeve bearing, mm

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  • High resistance to media and temperature, up to 482 °F, wear-resistant
  • High resistance to media and temperature
  • Resistant to water vapor
  • Good coefficients of friction and wear

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iglide® C500 | High resistance to media and temperature, up to 482 °F, wear-resistant
 

  • High resistance to media and temperature
  • Resistant to water vapor
  • Good coefficients of friction and wear
  • Lubrication and maintenance-free
  • Standard range from stock
iglide® C500 can be used up to +482 °F and is extremely resistant to media – even in cleaning processes using hydrogen peroxide – it is also wear resistant and has low coefficients of friction. Also suitable for various special designs. The color represents extreme environmental conditions.
 
Typical application areas

Automotive
Glass industry
Food industry
Machine tools
Heavy machinery / Plant construction

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When to use it?
  • When you need an extremely media resistant bearing with high flexibility
  • When you need a very wear-resistant and media resistant bearing
When not to use?
  • When you need an FDA compliant high temperature material
  • When you need a media resistant high-temperature bearing with the largest possible range of dimensions

 
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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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