September 13, 2017
GGB to Present Paper, Exhibit at HYDRO 2017
GGB Bearing Technology principal engineer for tribological materials Michael Kim will present a...
From September 25, 2017 to September 27, 2017
CTI Symposium China
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From October 9, 2017 to October 13, 2017
MSV Brno 2017
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April 8, 2013
FLASH-CLICK® is the new innovative bearing solution manufactured and developed by GGB Bearing Technology (formerly Glacier Garlock Bearings). The unique patented design offers the first dual-component, double-flanged solid polymer bearing in the industry.
The new FLASH-CLICK® design features a special geometry for easy manual or automated installation without the need for pilot or assembly tools. The two-piece construction facilitates installation from different directions to allow bearing housing tolerances to be reduced, therefore lowering total system costs.
GGB’s FLASH-CLICK® bearings are available in all nine of our EP™ series of lightweight, corrosion-resistant solid polymer materials, which provide low friction, long wear and noiseless operation. These properties, coupled with the bearings’ innovative design, make them suitable for replacing more costly bearings in many applications, such as automotive seats and convertible tops. Other advantages include:
FLASH-CLICK® bearings can be supplied in an infinite number of custom dimensions from thin metal sheet housings up to multiple, sectional longer bearings for custom applications, pending project-related feasibility checks.
GGB Bearing Technology offers extensive technical expertise and state-of-the-art in-house testing capabilities to optimize application-specific bearing solutions.
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