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Self-lubricating bushings suit high-temperature applications

The 117 series of Graphalloy bushings has been introduced by Graphite Metallizing. Graphalloy, a graphite/metal alloy, is formed from molten metal, graphite and carbon. It is a uniform, solid, self-lu...


The 117 series of Graphalloy bushings has been introduced by Graphite Metallizing. Graphalloy, a graphite/metal alloy, is formed from molten metal, graphite and carbon. It is a uniform, solid, self-lubricating bushing and bearing material that performs well in high-temperature applications, such as in bakery ovens, heat-treat furnaces, glass plants, potato chip and bagel factories, dampers, stokers, and more. The bushings are available in two primary grades for high temperatures, both with FDA acceptance, as well as for low temperatures. Many grades are suitable for temperatures up to 750F in air, and special grades provide service up to 1,000F and higher in non-oxidizing atmospheres.

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