Self-lubricating liners are usually 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 liners and common sliding liners. The common sliding liners do not have inlaid solid material and needs oil lubrication. The inlaid sliding liner is made of copper alloy base metal and inlaid solid lubricating material, i.e. it is self-lubricated. The sliding liner has the advantages of high temperature resistance, impact resistance, corrosion resistance, radiation protection, self-lubrication and long life. It is widely used in positions where the heavy-duty mechanical equipment moves at low-speed.
-- Design: narrow strip-like, wide strip-like
-- Length x width: 100X25~350X35 mm (narrow strip-like)
100X75~350X100 mm (wide strip-like)
-- Thickness: 15 mm (narrow strip-like), 20 mm (wide strip-like)
-- Materials: brass, bronze (common liners without inlaid solid materials also available)
-- Service temperature: -40~200℃