Sleeve Bearings

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Sleeve bearings offer several advantages, including lower cost, less maintenance, greatly reduce noise at low speeds and easier installation. Sleeve bearing performance is also marked by a higher load capacity, especially shock load resistance due to their greater contact zone. Sleeve bearings with a conformal liner compensate for misalignment issues and vibration damping, these one-piece design low-friction bearings reduce housing dimensions and weight by having a thin wall section.

Sleeve bearings can be made from bronze, steel or stainless steel. Brass bearings and plastic sleeve bearings are also manufactured for certain applications. A common type of sleeve bearing that works well in applications requiring constant lubrication is bronze sleeve bearings, which sometimes contain lubricant plugs (PTFE or graphite) to help with lubrication issues. Another sleeve material used for light to medium applications, called oil impregnated bronze sleeve bearings, contains pores that absorb oil, which is released under applied force and then reabsorbed back into the bearing once the force subsides.

ISOSTATIC B-79-10 Sleeve Bearings

389 kN 3 mm
7,1 Kg 95 mm

ISOSTATIC B-1216-20 Sleeve Bearings

98 mm 200
360 mm 241 mm

ISOSTATIC B-1216-16 Sleeve Bearings

220 mm 1700 r/min
370 220

ISOSTATIC B-1216-14 Sleeve Bearings

134 mm 32
32 mm 41,1

ISOSTATIC B-1014-16 Sleeve Bearings

19 mm 0,014 Kg
19 8 mm

ISOSTATIC B-1016-4 Sleeve Bearings

40x90x23 0,66 Kg
91 kN 52 mm

ISOSTATIC B-1216-9 Sleeve Bearings

120 3 mm
NTN 260 mm

ISOSTATIC B-1216-7 Sleeve Bearings

65 mm NACHI
620 kN 29.6 Kg

ISOSTATIC B-1014-14 Sleeve Bearings

75,000 160,000
75x160x37 160,000 mm

ISOSTATIC B-1618-6 Sleeve Bearings

106 280 mm
NTN 106 mm

ISOSTATIC B-1520-16 Sleeve Bearings

1 500 r/min 65 mm
280 384 mm

ISOSTATIC B-1520-14 Sleeve Bearings

25 25x47x12
AB40082 25 mm