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Polymer Bearings
Table II Selection Criteria for bearings
Material

Filler

Technical Data
Temperature
Velocity

49 ft/s
15 m/s

Good wear resistance and
low friction. A bearing
material used in poorly
lubricated applications. In
the Americas use Turcon®
T11 in the part number.

49 ft/s
15 m/s

Good deformation
resistance and low
friction. Well suited for
use in ight controls and
utility actuators.

Turcon® T10
Carbon and
graphite-lled PTFE

Turcon® T19

Mineral bers
and Molydenum
Disulde
(MoS2)

-320 to +500°F
-196 to +260°C

-320 to +500°F
-196 to +260°C

Application

Bronze-lled
medium PTFE

-320 to +500°F
-196 to +260°C

49 ft/s
15 m/s

Excellent deformation
resistance and stability.
Used for applications
above 5,800 psi/ 40
MPa. Not recommended
for non-lubricated
applications.

Polyester resin,
polyester ne mesh
and PTFE

-328 to +266°F
-200 to +130°C

3.3 ft/s
1 m/s

High wear resistance with
good sliding properties.
For use in red oil only.

3.3 ft/s
1 m/s

Developed for hightemperature applications.
For use in phosphate
ester. Test Report R1081
available on request.

16 ft/s
5 m/s

For high-temperature and
pressure service. Good
chemical compatibility.
Can be used for structural
parts, such as piston
heads.

16 ft/s
5 m/s

Self-lubricating, chemicalresistant bearing
developed for the
most severe and critical
applications.

8 ft/s
2.4 m/s

High-temperature, highmodulus material with
low thermal expansion,
high strength and high
compressive properties.

Turcon® T46

Orkot® C380*

Orkot® C324*
Vinylester resin and
Nomex® ne mesh

-328 to +482°F
-200 to +250°C

Zurcon® Z43*
PEEK™, PTFE and
carbon

HiMod® 914*

PEEK™,
thermoplastic,
carbon and PTFE

-65 to +500°F
-54 to +260°C

-65 to +500°F
-54 to +250°C

HiMod® 924*
PEEK and carbon
ber

-65 to +500°F
-54 to +250°C

* Require a special part number

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    Polymer BearingsFeatures and benets- Prevent metal-to-metal contact- Low friction- Resist side loading- Weight savings potential of 4:1 compared to metal...
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    Polymer BearingsDescriptionBearing FeaturesThe purpose of polymer bearings is to guide the piston androd of a working cylinder, absorbing any transverse...
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