Johnson-Duramax Bearings Offer Performance Advantages

johnsonduramax bearings
offer performance advantages

—Literature Available Johnson-Duramax sleeve and flanged bearings feature specially formulated nitrile rubber securely bonded to a metallic or nonmetallic shell. Although industry standards generally call for naval brass shells, other type materials such as stainless steel, monel, aluminum and steel shells are also available.

Duramax Bearings are precision machined to required tolerances aiding installation and proper fitting at the shipyard, resulting in longer wearability and better overall performance. Flanged bearings are available with naval brass shells with flanges furnished solid or split, plain or drilled, and machined for mating with a stuffing box. Both metallic and nonmetallic sleeve bearings are available with naval brass shells with flanges furnished solid or split, plain or drilled, and machined for mating with a stuffing box. Both metallic and nonmetallic sleeve bearings are available from %-inch shaft size to 6i£ inches. Sleeve bearings are also available in 23 popular metric sizes. Flanged bearings are furnished in sizes from 2-inch shaft size through 15 inches.

Johnson Duramax water lubricated bearings are easily available and are stocked and serviced by a worldwide network of distributors located near all major shipbuilding and repair yards. For further literature containing full information,

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