Carbon (Graphite)

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Characteristics of Carbon (Graphite)1 Characteristics of Carbon (Graphite)2

Carbon (Graphite) is a material with special features which make it very popular for certain bearings. 

(See tables below.)

Overview of Carbon (Graphite)

This material possesses very strong properties resulting in high chemical and oil-resistance, as well as being terrific for operation in high temperatures.

Offers no electrically-insulating benefits.

Features of Carbon (Graphite)

Highly Recommended   Recommended
Not Recommended  × Do Not Use

Material Call
symbol
Dry Irregular
moisture
In water /
In sea-water
Vapor Chemical Non-
magnetic
Insulating
Acid Alkali Organic
solvent
Oil
Carbon
(Graphite)
CY ×

NOTE: For chemicals, please consult us regarding the type and concentration, etc. of such.

Temperature Resistance of Carbon (Graphite)

Best Recommended   Highly Recommended   Recommended 
Not Recommended  × Do Not Use

Material Call
symbol
Temperature
-190℃~ -100℃~ -50℃~ -20℃~ Room
temperature
~60℃
~120℃ ~200℃ ~350℃
Carbon
(Graphite)
CY × ×
(Note)

NOTE: the shape of the bearing will change due to such temperatures.

For more information about tolerances and other issues, download a catalogue from here.

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