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Bunting AA1704-11 - Plain Sleeve Bearing 4 1-1 in ID Max 61% Max 59% OFF OFF 2 1-3

Bunting AA1704-11 - Plain Sleeve Bearing - 1-1/2 in ID, 1-3/4 in

$212

Bunting AA1704-11 - Plain Sleeve Bearing - 1-1/2 in ID, 1-3/4 in

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Product description

  • Bunting sintered bronze stock bearings have long conformed to ASTM and physical properties, and are the first to include all ASTM standard sizes to ASTM recommended dimensions and tolerances
  • After forming, sintering and sizing, the bearings are vacuum impregnated with SAE 30 oil that provides lubricant which is metered from the bearing to the shaft during rotation
  • Standard off-the-shelf oil-impregnated bronze bearings should function satisfactorily in temperatures ranging from 10F to 220F

Specification:

  • bore diameter: 1-1/2 in
  • maximum pv value: 50000
  • outside diameter: 1-3/4 in
  • maximum p value: 2000
  • overall length: 1-3/4 in
  • maximum v value: 1200
  • sleeve bearing type: Plain Sleeve
  • material specification: SAE 841 Bronze
  • bearing material: Powdered Metal SAE 841 Bronze
  • standards met: ASTM B438 Grade 1 Type II
  • groove/plug type: None
  • operating temperature range: 10 to 220 F

Bunting AA1704-11 - Plain Sleeve Bearing - 1-1/2 in ID, 1-3/4 in

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