Kamatics Offers New Free 22-Page Catalog On KAron® Bearings

Kamatics Corporation, home officed in Bloomfield, Conn., is offering a free, full-color, 22-page catalog on their line of KAron® Bearings, including spherical, rod end and journal configurations.

The KAron bearing system is generated by swaging a metallic sleeve around a spherical ball creating a non-uniform cavity between the sleeve and ball. The KAron material, a homogenous composite matrix of a polyester resin base with polyetrafluorethytlene (PTFE) and other solid particles, is then injected into this cavity, conforming 100 percent to the ball while bonding itself to the sleeve. Through the use of a non-uniform cavity, a mechanical lock is created ensuring liner retention.

The Kamatics publication lists the features of the KAron bearing system as: minimal liner wear; self lubrication; 100 percent liner to ball conformity; zero backlash; low predictable torque; excellent corrosion resistance; and reduced liner deflection.

Configuration drawings and specification charts are included in the catalog.

For a free copy of this catalog from Kamatics, Circle 141 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 35,  Oct 1986

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