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September 23, 2013
A new video from GGB Bearing Technology, formerly Glacier Garlock Bearings, is now available to watch on video-sharing website YouTube. The video demonstrates the latest innovative, patented bearing design developed by GGB: GGB Bearing Technology - FLASH-CLICK® Bearings
FLASH-CLICK® bearings from GGB are the industry's first dual component double-flanged solid polymer bearings, which feature a special geometry for simple manual or automated installation without the need for a pilot or assembly tools. The unique two-piece construction is extremely durable, lightweight and facilitates installation from different directions. By allowing bearing housing tolerances to be reduced, total system costs are lowered.
Available in all nine of GGB’s EP® series of lightweight, self-lubricated, corrosion-resistant solid polymer materials; FLASH-CLICK® bearings offer low friction, high wear resistance, noiseless operation, weight reduction and corrosion and chemical resistance. These properties, coupled with the bearings’ innovative design, make them an ideal replacement for more costly bearings in many applications, such as:
Extremely durable, lightweight and easy to install, FLASH-CLICK® bearings can be specified in practically unlimited custom dimensions or in multiple sections, for creating longer bearings.
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