This Bunting Bearings cast bronze C93200 (SAE 660) plain sleeve bearing conforms is for use in applications that support radial and axial loads. It has a maximum load value of 4,000 psi (pounds per square inch), a maximum velocity value of 750 sfpm (surface feet per minute), and a maximum load-at-velocity (PV) value of 75,000. The continuous casting produces a uniform, highly dense grain structure that is free of pores, durable, and has low-friction. This plain bearing operates under temperatures ranging from -450 degrees F to 500 degrees F (-267 degrees C to 260 C). Cast from a nonferrous alloy, this bearing is nonmagnetic and corrosion resistant. Designed with a regular straight bore, this bearing is fits to conventional cylindrical shafts. This cast bronze C93200 (SAE 660) sleeve (plain) bearing is for use in various applications such as heavy-lifting equipment, pumps, aircraft, and motors, among others.
|Specification defining sampling procedures and tables for attribute inspection ||ANSI/ASQC Z1.4 |
|Specifications for copper alloy continuous casting ||ASTM B505 |
|Chemical and physical properties ||CDA 932 |
|Chemical and physical properties, and manufacture ||ISO 9001 |
|Chemical and physical properties, and manufacture ||MIL-B-5687D |
|Chemical and physical properties ||SAE 660 |
Plain bearings (with no rolling elements) are used to handle radial or axial loads by providing a low-friction motion between two surfaces as shafts rotate or move back and forth through the center of the bearing. The most common types are bushings (also called bush), with a sleeve or flanged design, and are measured by their bore (inside diameter), outside diameter, length, and width (thickness). Plain bearings are used in automobiles, construction equipment, medical applications, railroad cars, turbines, various military applications, aeronautics, space exploration, among others.
Bunting Bearings LLC manufactures a variety of bearings that meet standards for quality assurance established by the SAE, the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), among others. Founded in 1907, Bunting Bearings LLC is based in Holland, Ohio.