igus drylin linear guides

Saturday, 01 September, 2018 | Supplied by: Treotham Automation Pty Ltd

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The range of igus drylin linear guides is based on the principle of gliding instead of rolling. Unlike recirculating ball systems, drylin linear guides run on sliding elements made of high-performance polymers and achieve better wear rates and coefficients of friction. This principle allows a lubrication-free as well as maintenance-free dry operation. As a result, maintenance times are significantly reduced and costs incurred by process stoppages are saved.

The robust drylin linear guides can be used for almost any application in a wide variety of environments, including extreme ones. Unlike recirculating ball bearings, drylin linear guides can be used irrespective of the length of the travel and do not set any conditions for a minimum stroke length.

Due to their dry operation drylin guides are insensitive to influences such as dirt, water, chemicals, heat or impact. In addition, they are lightweight and have a low operational low noise level.

For more information: http://treotham.com.au/catalogue/category/bearings/drylin/.

Online: www.treotham.com.au
Phone: 1300 65 75 64
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