|For Shaft Diameter:||5⁄8 in|
|Overall Length:||7⁄16 in|
|Flange Thickness:||0.029 in|
|Maximum PV Value:||3,400|
|Minimum Operating Temperature:||-40 ° C|
|Maximum Operating Temperature:||176 ° C|
|Specifications Met:||ASTM; DIN|
|Application:||Diagonal Slit Helps to Compensate for Poor Housing Bore|
|Features:||Very Economical; Lightweight; Suitable for Ambient Temperatures With High Humidity Levels; Compensates for Heat Expansion; Easy Installation|
|Flange Diameter:||1.3125 in|
|Maximum Shaft Diameter:||0.625 in|
|Minimum Shaft Diameter:||0.624 in|
|Number of Flanges:||1|
|Sleeve Bearing Type:||Split Flanged|
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About Dry-Running Clip Sleeve Bearings
Featuring an angled slit that runs along the surface of the bearing, these dry-running clip sleeve bearings install quickly from the side of the shaft and can accommodate changes in shaft size due to temperature or humidity fluctuations. They have a flange at one end of the bearing and can support axial, or thrust, loads (where the load is parallel to the shaft) and radial loads (where the load is perpendicular to the shaft). Made from corrosion-resistant plastic, these dry-running flanged sleeve bearings are self-lubricating and are well suited for applications in wet or dirty environments where lubrication is either impossible or impractical.
Sleeve bearings reduce friction among moving parts as they slide against each other. In general, they are more compact and can handle higher loads than rolling element bearings.
These bearings are used for many common applications. The angled slit makes them spiral-shaped for easy installation into holes in metal plates. They resist wear and do not require lubrication.