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Sintered bushings are mechanical pieces applied in axes to reduce abrasion between two mechanical parts. They are made of chemical bonding and powder metallurgic in a sintering process with several applications.

Sintering is a process through which metal powders are mixed and compacted into a mold, then submitted to a thermal process in which the bonding of metal particles occur. Such process has the objective of making a self-lubricating piece. The pores, filed with oil and other lubricants that grants the constant lubrication of the axe, increase the piece shelf life as well as the one of the bearing in which the bushing is applied to.


Axes of any kind as well as other locations in which there is movement.