Oilless bearings and die & mold components

https://korean-machinery.com///inquiry[INQ. NO. 1703M25] Water-lubricated bearings are assuming increasing importance in the marine and pump industries because of the need to eliminate the pollution caused by oil and grease lubricated metal bearings and the desire to increase efficiency and reliability.
They alleviate the fear of pollution due to leaking seals and require no seals, and no oil or grease for lubrication, making these bearings environmentally friendly. Rubber bearings are one of the most popular water lubricated bearings widely used in industry. The rubber bearings can be found in many applications, including stern tube bearings on ships, submarines and small craft, hydroelectric power plants and pumps.
An oilless bearing is a self-lubricating bearing containing solid or liquid lubricants in its material. It is a solid lubricant bearing without applying oil in 21C environmental society. Since 1978, LuBo Industries has devoted itself for manufacturing and supplying oilless bearings and die and mold components.
No oil or grease is required. The self-lubricating features allow bearings to be used where oiling is difficult, expensive to implement and where grease/oil cannot be used. Excellent lubrication is achieved even under high loads at low speeds. Excellent wear resistance is achieved even under severe operating conditions, such as in heavy loads, low velocity, oscillating, and intermittent motions where formation of oil film can be difficult. LuBo Industries overseas network of offices includes China and Thailand, while the domestic network covers Changwon, Daegu and Ulsan.


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