Skip to main content

GLYCODUR® A / GLYCO® 94

Key Features

  • Low maintenance operation with initial lubrication
  • High pv-value
  • Low wear
  • Low seizure
  • Rotating, oscillating and axial motion possible
  • Available in a wide range of standard dimensions in accordance to ISO 3547

For many high loaded applications maintenance free bearings do not achieve  the needed service life within an acceptable period. Reasons could be: 

 

  • Long-term stress
  • High edge load
  • Operation in rough environment

 

GLYCODUR® A dry sliding bearings have a steel base and a 0.2 to 0.4 mm sintered tin bronze layer. The principal characteristic of these bearings is the polyoxymethylene (POM) top layer, which is solidly joined to the sintered bronze. The surface layer, which is 0.3 mm thick features pockets for lubrication grease. GLYCODUR® A sliding bearings are therefore to some extent unaffected by misalignments including related edge loads.

 

Microsection

Microsection GLYCODUR®  A according to ISO 3547 type P2

1Lubrication indentation
2Polyoxymethylene (POM)
3Tin bronze
4

Steel layer

5Tin layer

Technical Data

PropertiesGLYCODUR® A (GLYCO® 94)
Material typeThermoplastic based according to ISO 3547 type P2
CompositionSteel back with sintered layer of tin bronze. Pore filling and covering layer (0.3mm/0.0118 in) of polyoxymethylene (POM)
ApplicationWith initial lubrication for industrial and automotive applications.
Agricultural and construction machinery, railway, machine tools, food industries.
Permissible stat. specific load250 MPa
Permissible dyn. specific load120 MPa
Maximum sliding velocity 2.5 m/s (greased)
Operating temperature-40 to 110 °C
Coefficient of friction0.02 to 0.20
Stick-slipnegligible
Wear layer thickness (min.)0.3 mm / 0.0118 in
Lubrication
Friction
Wear resistance
Load capacity
Grease
+++
+++
+++
Ability to support edge loads (resulting from misalignment)good
Ability to embed dirt and foreign particlesgood
Ability to carry alternating loadsstandard
Ability to accommodate linear movementgood
Machining of sliding surface after mountingdrilling, turning, (reaming)
Technical sheet

Available Designs

Materials of the
GLYCODUR® Portfolio


GLYCODUR® F / GLYCO® 92 – PTFE based according to ISO 3547 type P1

GLYCODUR ® F sliding bearings have a steel base, to which a 0.2 to 0.4 mm porous tin bronze layer is sintered.

[Learn more]

GLYCO® 190 – PTFE based according to ISO 3547 type P1

GLYCO® 190 is a three layer composite material. A porous tin bronze sinter structure is applied on a steel back.

[Learn more]

GLYCO® 95 – Thermoplastic based according to ISO 3547 type P2

GLYCO® 95 is a three layer composite material.

[Learn more]

You need help?


GLYCODUR® Sales and Engineering Team

Phone +49 611 201-9130
glycodur(at)tenneco(dot)com