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OILES #2000 Special Sintered Composite Multi-Layer Bearing ●Dramatically reduces galling. ●Feature superior resistance to foreign objects. ●Feature a stable sliding surface which is extremely resistant to wear. OILES #2000 is a special sintered composite multi-layer bearing in which the back-metal is comprised of steel and a sliding surface that is a special sintered material. The sintered layer consists of a special copper alloy which also contains a graphite based solid lubricant dispersed throughout the slide surface. The sliding surface has also undergone oil impregnation. Structure and Lubrication Function OILES #2000: Solid Lubricant Dispersion Type Sintered Layered Bearing A special sintered lubrication-free multi-layer bearing made by bonding a special composite with superior sliding performance and a steel back-plate under high-temperature, high-pressure conditions. With great wear resistance and multiple layers, this item feature both high strength and high toughness. The sintered body (sliding surface) is composed of three material: (A) a hard structure, (B) a comparatively soft structure and (C) solid lubricant graphite. The solid lubricant is finely dispersed and the lubricant is impregnated within the pours space. Alongside the sliding, the internal solid body lubricant and contained lubricant oil are supplied to the entirety of the sliding surface. Furthermore, as the bonding power between metals of the sintered body is strong, the galling phenomenon becomes more difficult to occur. Even under high pressure, this item is extremely stable in terms of its wear resistance. Its residue-burying performance is also superior. Although linear marks during residue-removing processes are left, the galling phenomenon does not occur and there is no resulting damage to the mating material even if foreign Back-steel objects are found at the site of the sliding surface. Feature and Performance of OILES Plates Porous space 16