A new steel backed bearing designed with a variety of innovative features. Designed for heavy duty applications and harsh environments where high loads, shock, heat and abrasive contamination are present. It's an excellent choice for increasing bearing life with less maintenance and operational costs when replacing troublesome bronze, bi-metallic, and roller bearings. (read more)
Self-aligning bearing housings: UNI™, MINI™, EXALIGN™
UNI, MINI, and EXALIGN self-aligning bearing housings are designed to be used with our range of metal polymer bearings.
An alloyed cast bronze with solid lubricant inserts particularly suited for applications with high specific loads, or with long dwell periods, or when it is not prac... (read more)
GGB's injection-molded solid polymer bearings provide excellent wear resistance and low friction in both dry and lubricated operating conditions over a wide range of applications. Consisting of nine different materials, the new EP™ Series of solid polymer materials is made of a variety of resins compounded with reinforcing fibers and solid lubricant. (read more)
MEGALIFE® XT self-lubricating thrust bearings from GGB Bearing Technology feature dual PTFE-based sliding layers on a composite core. They are designed for use in applications requiring high load capacity, resistance to shock, misalignment, contamination and chemicals, good surface speed capability and good friction and wear properties. (read more)
GGB's metal-backed, PTFE-based (polytetrafluoroethylene) polymer bearing materials have a common structure, consisting of a metal backing bonded to a porous bronze sinter layer. These polymer bearing linings, being predominantly PTFE, offer exceptionally low friction. (read more)
Heilbronn, Germany – GGB, formerly Glacier Garlock Bearings, now offers its DP4™B dry bearing material for good wear and friction performance over a wide range of speed, load and temperature conditions in a variety of applications. It also performs well with lubrication. (read more)
This range of products typically consists of a filament-wound, fiberglass-impregnated, epoxy backing with a variety of low-friction wear-resistant bearing linings.
The reinforced composite structure associated with GAR-MAX, High Strength GAR-MAX and deva.tex enables the bearing to support high static and dynamic loads. (read more)