ball bushing

ball bushing

[′bȯl ‚bu̇sh·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A type of ball bearing that allows motion of the shaft in its axial direction.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Ball Bushing (Hy-183.
The pillow blocks, which are available on Thompson Super type and Super Smart "Ball Bushing" bearing pillow blocks, have several advantages which include 216 times the travel life of conventional Ball Bushing bearings and eight times the life of Super type bearings of equal size.
The basic and double ended models feature extra long composite or ball bushing bearings.
The "Smart" bearing offers up to six times the load-carrying capacity, or up to 216 times the travel life, of a conventional ball bushing bearing.
In addition to the above innovations, the Super Smart Ball Bushing bearing also introduces a new, proprietary double-lip floating integral wiper/seal.
Thomson 60 Case, LLC, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, a pioneer in the development of 60 Case* LinearRace* (shafting), a precision inner race, for use with linear Ball Bushing and RoundWay bearings.
Self-aligning metric Super Ball Bushing and non-self-aligning Ball Bushing bearings have higher load capacities than conventional A-linear ball bearings and are recommended for applications with high load capacity.
Maximum-rated rolling load capacities for Super Ball Bushing bearings are up to 6000 N.
Thomson Corporation, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, a pioneer in the development of 60 Case* LinearRace* (shafting), a precision inner race, for use with linear Ball Bushing and RoundWay bearings.
Also available are Linear Bushings with Pillow Blocks, Linear Ball Bushings, and bushings with clamp levers to allow clamping at a desired position.