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Oiles Bearings Oiles Bearings Nearly every piece of mechanical equipment utilizes bearings. Bearings are the consumable product acting as a motion control interface between moving components. Bearings can be classified in two categories: Plain and roller. Normal plain bearings are subject to seizure, which is caused by large loads, improper operation, foreign matter, adverse temperature conditions, and improper lubrication or maintenance. In such severe conditions where normal plain bearings are not functional, Oiles bearings demonstrate high wear resistance, seizure resistance, and other performance required for bearings; in addition, Oiles guarantees performance improvements of mechanisms and offers maintenance-free operations. 7 Selection Guide Product Air Bearings Metallic Bearing Multi-layer Bearing Plastic Bearing Information Technical Corporate Profi le Information Slide Shifter Types of Bearings Characteristics Oiles Bearings Normal Plain Bearings Roller Bearings Self-lubricating Applicable to lubricationfree operations. Requires lubrication. Requires lubrication normally. Impact resistance Superior Slightly better Inferior Heat resistance Applicable to high temperature. Slightly better (Up to +150°C normally) Inferior (Not applicable to high temperature.) Reciprocating motion Superior A little inferior A little inferior Oscillating motion Superior Slightly better A little inferior Corrosion resistance Superior A little inferior Inferior Size Compact and thin Compact and thin Large and thick Bearings Roller Bearings Normal Plain Bearings Plain Bearings Oiles Bearings