March 19, 2018
Dr. Michael Kim from GGB to teach online SAE Course covering
GGB’s Principal Engineer for Tribological Materials, Dr. Michael Kim is teaching an online SAE...
From April 10, 2018 to April 12, 2018
Aircraft interiors EXPO
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From July 16, 2018 to July 22, 2018
Visit us at hall 2, stand # 2030
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AT A GLANCE
The external arm of a door closer is fixed to a geared pinion that rotates around itself, moving a worm gear that compresses a spring as the door is opened. When the door is released, the spring returns to its original uncompressed state, thereby enabling the door to close automatically.
If the door is opened by 90 degrees, the pinion goes through 140 degrees of rotation and another 140 degrees when it is closed.
DP4 lead-free, metal-polymer composite bushings are fitted at the top and bottom of the rotating pinion, providing low friction performance and ensure an easy and noise-free operation.
The structure of the bushings consists of a rigid steel backing to which is bonded a porous bronze sinter interlayer, impregnated and overlaid with a PTFE bushing layer with wear-resistant fillers.
In addition to the excellent low friction performance, other benefits of metal-polymer DP4 bushings are:
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