Bearings

Diamorph manufactures the following bearing components for uses in various industries.

FEROFORM

FEROFORM is a self-lubricating composite material made from woven fibre bonded with resin with a friction modifier. It has properties such as strength, durability, dimensional stability, low friction and excellent wear resistnace. It is ideal for use in railway, aerospace, marine, offshore and high temperature industrial applications. For more information, please visit the website of Diamorph's subsidiary, TENMAT. 

 

 

FEROGLIDE

FEROGLIDE bearings consist of a woven PTFE fabric with strengthening fibres applied to a metal backing. FEROGLIDE bearings have a high load carrying capacity and chemical resistance and are typically used in valves, hydro power equipment, lifting equipment and many other applications. FEROGLIDE bearings are supplied with a range of metal backings including inconel, duplex, stainless steel, carbon steel and bronze. For more information, please visit the website of Diamorph's subsidiary, TENMAT.

 

RAILKO

RAILKO is a resin bonded composite material that is injection moulded to form precision components. This material exhibits low friction and gives good wear life. It also resolves the problem of noise and is used in automotives, railways and pumps. For more information, please visit the website of Diamorph's subsidiary, TENMAT.

 

Silicon Nitride Rollers

Diamorph has developed ceramic rollers suitable for various hybrid applications in industries such as wind power, electrical motors, motor sports and aerospace. The ceramic rollers come in standard dimensions or can be customized for your specific application with the same high quality.

The rollers are constructed out of a tailor made silicon nitride based material. This material possesses excellent mechanical properties, ideal for load bearing applications. The company's advanced sintering processes are capable of producing large rollers without loss in quality. Rollers up to 40mm in diameter can be produced with a pore-free and homogeneous microstructure.    Read more here.

 

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