Antistatic material for ESD-compatible applications

22nd April 2016
Posted By : Peter Smith
Antistatic material for ESD-compatible applications

igus has just announced a universal plain bearing material that helps prevent the build-up of electrostatic charges.  Being electrically conductive, any electrostatic charge is safely discharged avoiding sparking, and like all other iglidur materials, the bearings are self-lubricating and require no maintenance.

The ESD-compatible iglidur F2 plain bearings are suitable for use in wet conditions, in addition to numerous applications including material handling, automation and electronics manufacturing. They demonstrate good wear and media resistance, and can operate over a wide range of temperatures from -40°C to +120°C, with short term use at +165°C.  The maximum moisture absorption is a low 0.2% (weight) at 23°C and 50%RH.  The bearings also said to have a good resistance to chemicals and most lubricants.

The universal bearings are currently available in two types, a cylindrical sleeve and with a flange, with six standard internal diameters and lengths ranging from 6mm to 20mm.  Other standard sizes can be requested. 

 


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