Keyword:

Wear

Bolts and bearings for construction machinery under test: Hardox® and iglidur®

Lars Butenschön | 25. March 2022

The HARDOX® wearplates brand is frequently found in commercial vehicles and construction machinery where steel surfaces have to withstand the most severe stresses. From the loading area of tipper lorries to the bucket of wheel loaders, HARDOX® wearplates reliably protect against wear. For this reason, shafts and bolts made of HARDOX® are obvious counter partners […]

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When should I change my ball bearing?

Patrick Czaja | 11. February 2021

The defect of a ball bearing can have various causes; whether cage wear, ball breakage or damage to the running surfaces. Find out in this blog post why igus can be an alternative to metal after a defect.

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Thoroughly tested – the test laboratory for xiros® polymer ball bearings

Patrick Czaja | 4. December 2020

Our test laboratory for polymer ball bearings generates the knowledge essential for refinements and new product designs. There is even more benefit to our customers, since we pool our test results and experience in our online tool. They help in selecting the right product for our customers’ individual applications.

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Exoskeleton – Bionics pure

Ulf Hottung | 15. May 2020

Widespread in the animal kingdom, for people an option. The skeleton on the outside of arthropods provides stability in the same way as the endoskeletons of mammals. Why not combine the advantages of the two systems with each other? An endoskeleton (inside the body) is strong but, having numerous joints, is nevertheless very flexible. It […]

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Advantages of polymer bearings in the bicycle

Alexander Muzicenko | 8. May 2020

In the bicycle industry, innovative solutions are not only focused on design, but also on the choice of materials. For example, for the frame there are many solutions made of aluminium or glass fibre reinforced material. Component manufacturers are also working flat out on the use of alternative materials. Be it saddle post, suspension, pedals […]

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