Sintered Steel

Sintered Steel material structure

The bush in Sintered Steel is made with powder of steel obtained trough the powder metallurgy technology. The difference between this kind of material and more famous “Bronze” type is the volume of oil impregnation, that in this case is 25% ÷ 33% Standard Sint A00 DIN 30910. This material is more suitable in application with high load and low sliding speed.

Operating Conditions

Dry

Oil

Grease

Water

Process fluid

Good Good Fair Inadvisable Inadvisable

Availability

Characteristics

  • Dry Self-lubricating
  • High load capacity
  • Easy to assembly
  • Minimum overall dimensions
  • Standard items widely available
  • Special items on demand
  • Wide range of operating temperature
  • Minimized wear and good service life

Chemical Composition

Element Cu Fe Mo C Other
Min 1,0% Rest 1,0% 0,3% 2,0%
Max 3,0% Rest 2,0% 0,7% 2,0%

Technical Data

Maximum Specific Load Static 40 N/mm2
Maximum Specific Load Dynamic 10 N/mm2
Maximum Sliding Speed 4 m/s (790 fpm)
Friction Factor 0,08 ÷ 0,12
Service Temperature Minimum -20°C (-4°F)
Service Temperature Maximum +100°C (+212°F)
Shaft Roughness (Suggested) ≤0,2 Ra
Shaft Hardness (Suggested) >350 Hb
Density Min. 5,6 g/cm3
Density Max. 6,0 g/cm3
Porosity Min. 22,5 % Vpor/Vtot
Porosity Max. 27,5 % Vpor/Vtot
Hardness Min. 30 HB

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