Self-lubricating liners is wearing sliding liner, provided in the positions where the mechanical equipment will conduct plane movement, swinging and guiding movement. Two types of sliding liners are available: inlaid sliding liner and common sliding liner. The common sliding liner does not have inlaid solid material and needs oil lubrication. The inlaid sliding liner is made of copper alloy base metal and embedded solid lubricating materials such as graphite, the metal base material supports the load and the embedded solid lubricant is self-lubricating. It features high temperature resistance, wear- and impact resistance, self-lubrication, good anti-seizure performance and long service life. It is widely used in heavy duty, low speed, reciprocating or swinging mechanical equipment and other moving parts that cannot be lubricated and form oil film.
-- Length×width: 75×18~500×160mm (narrow strip-like), 100×75~300×200 mm (wide strip-like)
-- Service temperature: -40~200℃
-- Material: copper, brass (common liner without inlaid solid materials also available)