How are bearings changed in the case of a low-profile guide system?

Michael Hornung | 30. June 2019

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The drylin N low-profile guide system consists of an anodised C-profile in which a sliding carriage travels. The basic carriage is a zinc die-cast component and is clipped into a sliding frame made of iglidur J polymer. Completely dry, clean and quiet when sliding.

The two halves of the sliding frame can be ordered at a later date after the carriage. Simply pull the carriage out of the rail, clip into the new frame and that’s it. Rail and basic carriage can easily be re-used.

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