GRAPHALLOYÂ® High Temperature Cam Followers For Reliable Performance
GRAPHALLOY® cam followers outperform ordinary grease or oil-lubricated cam followers in high temperature applications.
Yonkers, NY (PRWEB) March 25, 2011
Graphite Metallizing Corporation announces GRAPHALLOY® high temperature cam followers which outperform ordinary grease or oil-lubricated cam followers in high temperature applications.
GRAPHALLOY cam followers do not contain oil or grease to harden, burn up, contaminate or wash away. They are designed to handle moderate loads and speeds of up to 100 RPM. They provide reliable performance in temperatures up to 750 ÃŒÅ F (400 ÃŒÅ C).
Typical applications include bakery and industrial ovens, steel mill processing lines, glass plants, conveyors, kilns, stokers and substrate dryers. GRAPHALLOY cam followers also perform well in low temperature environments of -100° F and below (-73 ÃŒÅ C and below) and in wet or submerged applications. To learn more about GRAPHALLOY cam followers, visit http://www.graphalloy.com/html/cam_followers.html.
GRAPHALLOY, a graphite/metal alloy, is a uniform, solid, self-lubricating material. GRAPHALLOY cam followers will not deform under load, maintain dimensional stability and provide a constant low coefficient of friction for improved wear. GRAPHALLOY cam followers are especially suitable in applications where maintenance tasks are cumbersome, difficult or impossible to perform.
Graphite Metallizing’s GRAPHALLOY cam followers are made to industry-standard dimensions. We can also supply metric sizes and special or custom designs.
For more information about GRAPHALLOY products, visit http://www.graphalloy.com or contact us 914-968-8400 or at sales(at)graphalloy(dot)com
About Graphite Metallizing Corporation
Used in the manufacture of bushings, bearings and other components for machinery and process equipment, GRAPHALLOY® materials are self-lubricating, impervious to temperature extremes (from -400° F to +1000° F/-240° C to 535° C) and thrive in harsh environments where other bearings fail. Graphite Metallizing Corporation has produced GRAPHALLOY, a graphite/metal alloy, since 1913.
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