HIGH SPEED BEARINGS
A new series of custom engineered high speed bearings, made from a proprietary thermoplastic (patent pending) which lasts up to 10 times longer than conventional PEEK, PEI, and polyimide bearings, is being introduced by Tri-Mack Plastics Manufacturing Corp.
Maxton HS-Series High Speed Bearings are made from a composition of proprietary reinforcing and lubricating fillers that can be formulated with PEEK, PEI, polyimide, and other resins, to achieve specific performance characteristics. The bearings feature 100,000 PV @ 1,000 FPM, which is the highest PV limit at high speed of any injection-moldable material, claims the firm.
Providing up to 10 times the life of conventional thermoplastic bearings, the high speed bearings are self-lubricating and operate at up to 500°F. They can be machined with ±.0005" tolerances in complex shapes from 1/8" x ¼" up to 24" dia. Applications include electric and pneumatic motors, rotary vane pumps, and fans.
For more information, contact James Mack, Tri-Mack Plastics Manufacturing Corporation, 66 Tupelo Street, Bristol, RI 02809, 401-253-2140, Fax: 401-253-4654, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Web: www.tri-mackplastics.com