Sintered bearings for automotive parts (oil-less bearings, oil-impregnating bearings, dry bearings)

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Sintered bearings for automotive parts

Sintered bearings for automotive parts


1. Bearings are self lubricating so continuous lubrication during operation is not necessary.
2. Because lublicant is supplied from all slip surfaces, the bearing will not immediately seize up even if a slip surface runs dry.
3. The bearings give superb vibration absorption, derived from their porosity, and run very quietly.
4. The oil content can be adjusted over a broad range, and it is easy to use in conjunction with solid lubricants.
5. We achieve low-cost, high-precision products by omitting cutting processes.
- Precision parts with complex 3D shapes can be produced even though the manufacturing method is more suited to mass production than machining.
- Sintering can create composite materials not possible with melted alloys and help further optimize materials.
- Sintering is environmentally friendly because the manufacturing process prevents material from being wasted.


  • Oil-impregnation and dry bearings
  • Heat-resistant and corrosion-resistant bearings
  • Sintered parts for EGR
  • Sintered parts widely used in other industrial machinery and transport machinery

More specific application examples
1. Radiators: cooling fans
2. Heating and cooling equipment: automatic air conditioners, car heaters, truck refrigerators, air cleaners
3. Motors: tachometers, speedometers, fuel gauges, oil gauges
4. Automotive — internal / external electrical components: starters, distributors, wipers, window washers, sunroof motors, rear-window wipers, rear window washers, antenna motors
5. Automotive — controllers: throttle bodies, power steering controllers, skid controllers, fuel pumps


Can any material be sintered?
It is possible to manufacture composite materials that are different from melted alloys, primarily irons, coppers, and stainless steels.
Can you deliver anywhere?
We can deliver worldwide.
I can't judge whether sintering method is suitable for the parts or not.
Please talk to us first. In some cases, we may be able to suggest alternative manufacturing methods (lost-wax casting, deep drawing, die casting, MIM, etc.).
I've heard that unit costs decline with large volumes of sintered parts, but what about small lots?
Generally, it's true that larger volumes offer better cost advantages. But please talk to us first about your specific needs.
Are thin-wall sintered parts possible?
It depends on the shape. Please talk to us first about your specific needs.
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