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  • How Do PolyLube Bearings Compare to Spring Style Steel Bearings?
    Q: "How Do PolyLube TM Bearings Compare To Spring Style Steel Bushings?" A: When comparing PolyLube Fiber & MRP bearings to hardened spring bushings, four primary design improvements for the PolyLube product should be noted: 1. Significantly Improved Frictional Response. 2. Extended Bearing Life
  • Brazing a carbide ball to a spring [IH]
    To heat a tungsten carbide ball and steel rod that acts as a spring to 1300 ºF (704 ºC) within five seconds for a brazing application to create a part that governs the armature position in a motor
  • Brazing a carbide ball to a spring [MEC]
    To heat a tungsten carbide ball and steel rod that acts as a spring to 1300 ºF (704 ºC) within five seconds for a brazing application to create a part that governs the armature position in a motor
  • Steel music wire spring used in a lock assembly. The part was failing prematurely due to surface cracks.
    This part is used as a cover for a battery. power source. Stainless steel was originally specified. to withstand a highly corrosive environment. The. customer needed to deburr the edges on the part, but. also needed a bright finish, that would be smooth to the touch.
  • Unique Qualities of Stainless Steel PH15-7MO
    PH15-7 grade stainless steel is categorized as a Precipitation Hardened ("PH") grade of stainless. The PH grades are used to allow fabrication in the soft, annealed condition, with subsequent hardening to the final spring temper required by part function. This material is completely unique
  • Steel spring with surfaces too rough and contaminated to accept plating. Plating was peeling causing a high reject rate.
    The customer was experiencing problems with the part after. plating and installing. The surface of the parts may not have been clean. prior to plating, with resultant adhesion problems and flaking of. plated material.
  • Medical Device Link .
    Strip Steel Customized for Spring Manufacturers Strip steel for spring manufacturing is produced using automated processes. Custom-manufactured to uniform specifications, the steel is precision-crafted with consistent hardness from coil to coil. The process eliminates soft spots in the continuous
  • Asea Overhead Crane, Ovake Steel
    OVAKO operates several ASEA cranes equipped with old ASEA spring applied, hydraulically released brakes. (ASEA no longer produces brakes). High maintenance of the old worn brakes and high spare part prices justified the replacement of many brakes with Dellner Brakes including a special mounting
  • Wire-formed Rings
    applications. Round-section rings are for external use on shafts only and are used where the expected load is light. Ring assembly and disassembly tools range from a screwdriver to automatic tools, depending on the application. Carbon spring steel (SAE-1060) is the standard material used in retaining rings
  • Spiral-Wound Rings
    ends. The standard material for spiral-wound retaining rings is carbon spring steel. Some rings are available in other materials such as 302, 316, and 17-7 PH/C stainless steel, NS A286 alloy, beryllium copper, and Inconel X-750. Time and stress greatly influence the allowable operating temperature

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