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UnsightlyLines

Replace Unsightly Remote Grease Lines With Solid Lube

Grease lines and remote lubrication systems are a good solution compared to the manual greasing process. There are details that aren’t immediately clear about long-term usability, though. Do these systems go far enough in trying to limit lubrication issues? Is there a better option?

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WashdownChemResist

Food-Grade Bearings & Solid Lube: Washdowns & Resistances

Greased bearings have a problematic relationship with washdowns. But for applications that need them, washdowns are non-negotiable. Solid lubrication has features that directly combat washdown issues, resulting in higher levels of cleanliness and uptime.

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When To Use Solid Lube

When Should I Use Solid Lubrication in My Bearing?

An explanation on why lubricating with grease has potential to cause problems and how solid lubrication can mitigate those same issues.

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What Grade Of Stainless

Stainless Steel Bearings: An Introduction

A brief discussion on the common stainless steels used throughout the power transmission industry. Material composition and best uses are also highlighted, as well as why they’re important in a bearing.

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Stainless vs Thermo

Stainless Steel or Thermoplastic Bearings?

A comparison between stainless and thermoplastic mounted bearings, highlighting pros and cons of each, what they have in common, and in what applications each one may excel in.

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