Dry operation thanks to incorporated solid lubricants, cost savings due to elimination of maintenance and cost-effective prices as well as short delivery times - iglidur® polymer plain bearings combine these specifications. We regularly develop new high-performance polymer solutions for specific applications. This includes, for example, the iglidur Q2E heavy-duty bearing, which can withstand extreme loads thanks to its multi-component structure and, on top of this, is more cost-effective than comparable composites. For high volumes or prototypes with no minimum order quantity, we offer you the right solution with our catalogue range or requested components. With the "iglidur expert system", you can also calculate the service life of the iglidur plain bearings in your application for free - online and without registration.
With extreme loads, even high-tech polymers reach their limits. The new iglidur Q2E therefore offers a completely new multi-component design and, as a consequence, is even able to cope with extreme loads. In addition, thanks to optimised injection moulding technology, it is more cost-effective than comparably resistant
composites. Also available with isense technology for smart bearings.
iglidur E7, a material known from drylin linear technology, is also available for the first time as a plain bearing with a wide range of dimensions. Plain bearings made of the new material have excellent coefficients of friction and wear under low to medium loads.
These clip bearings are made of wear-resistant iglidur high-performance polymers and are specially designed for shafts that go through sheet metal. With this specific clip bearing design, a locating spigot is utilised to enable fitting into less precise holes and housings. The new iglidur K230 material absorbs less moisture and is even more flexible than the iglidur M250 clip bearings.
The coating of metallic components is now also possible with the proven materials iglidur IC-03 and IC-06. The coating provides the components with the wear and sliding properties of the wear-resistant iglidur materials. Of interest wherever a classic shaft-bearing combination is not possible.