Self-lubricated Bushes

Catalog Parts Flanged Bushings. Dimensions, Details.

All new Product Finder From China for Bushing Bearings online.

The product finder is supporting you interactively to select suitable PTFE bearings and POM materials, by entering your application data, e.g. radial or axial load, type of load and movement, the roughness of the sliding partner.

Dry Bearings – we have been exporting sleeve bearings with 3 layers of self-lubricating metal bearing for many years.

  • PTFE based according to ISO 3547 type P1
  • POM based steel backed bushing

Self Lubricating Bearings – Excel In Hi-Temp Applications

Sliding material and bushing type selection guides

Bushing material selection

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Sliding bushing material and sleeve bushing type selection guides

Sliding material and composite bushing type selection guides for bushings, thrust washers, and strips.

  1. Solid bronze bushings
  2. Wrapped bronze bushings
  3. PTFE composite bushings
  4. POM composite bushings
  5. Bronze wrapped bushings
  6. Cast bronze bushings
  7. Plugged graphite bushings
  8. Bimetal bushing
  9. PTFE composite thrust washers
  10. POM composite thrust washers
  11. PTFE composite strips
  12. POM composite strips
  13. Oilless bush
  14. Thin wall bearings
  15. Split sleeve bushings

– Choosing the Right Self-lubricating Bearing Bushing Material

Plain bearings are available in a wide variety of bushing materials.

Bushing materials include cast or machined metals, stabilized composite (“POM OR PTFE BUSH”), composite bearings, and combinations of different types of materials. Selecting the right bushing for each project requires detailed knowledge of the application requirements and experience with sliding bearings bushing technology.

Applications: Industrial – Selecting Bushing Bearing Materials


Our specially self-lubricating bearings bushings polymer coatings offer many significant advantages for applications ranging from valve, pump, hydraulic. That’s because they can be applied to practically any surface in low or high volumes.

Bushings and Plain Bearings – Types of Bushings


  • Self-lubricating Composite Coatings
  • Metal-Polymer Low Friction Plain Bearings
  • Metal-Polymer Anti-Friction Plain Bearings
  • Metal-Polymer Bronze Backed PTFE Plain Bearing
  • Metal and Bimetal Bearings
  • Solid Bronze Bearings



Friction Technology Solutions

Common failure forms of sliding bearings

Bearings can be divided into sliding bearings and rolling bearings. Most of the rolling bearings have been standardized, so they are widely used. But in the following scenarios, the main use of sliding bearings: running at high speeds, such as a turbo-engine
Special precision is required for the supporting position of the shaft, such as a precision grinder
Bear the huge impact and vibration load, such as rolling mill
Extra-heavy loads, such as hydro generators
Assembly requirements must be made into split bearings, such as crankshaft bearings
Bearings that operate under special conditions, such as those of a warship propeller
When radial dimensions are limited, as in a multi-roll mill

The failure forms of sliding bearings are particle wear, scratch, bite (gluing), fatigue spalling, and corrosion on the bearing surface; As well as cavitation erosion, electrical erosion, fluid erosion, and fretting wear failure forms.

Some of the hard particles into the bearing clearance rotate with the shaft, grinding the bearing surface.

When the instantaneous temperature rise is too high, the load is too large, the oil film is broken or the oil supply is insufficient, the surface material of the bearing will adhere and migrate, causing the bearing damage.

As solid bubbles form rapidly through the liquid and break on the solid surface, they wear away. Common in fluid pumps, Marine propeller blades, chemical agitators, and piping.

Mechanical wear caused by fluid erosion of the surface of a part (also possible with solid particles).

A form of wear caused by small vibrations between two surfaces (typical vibrations), ball bearings, needle bearings, and rollers
Bearings usually do not perform well under fretting conditions.

Under repeated loading, fatigue cracks appear on the bearing surface perpendicular to the sliding direction. Fatigue wear is common in the pump, compressor, and engine applications.

composite bushing
Bimetal Bearing Bushing
Pom composite bushings
Plugged Graphite Brass Bushing

The overviews provide bushing pictures that can be used as a preselection between the different sliding materials and bushing types.