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Shaoxing Guoteng Auto Parts Co., Ltd. was established in 2013 and is located in China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Industrial Park, Qisheng Road, Yuecheng District, Shaoxing City, Zhejiang Province.The Company is China Powder Metallurgy Copper Base Bearing manufacturers and custom Powder Metallurgy Copper Base Bearing suppliers. Now It Has Completely Independent Product Development, Design, Production And Testing Capabilities. The Main Production Equipment Includes More Than 10 Powder Metallurgy Automatic Presses (20-500 Tons), Automatic High-Temperature Sintering Furnaces, Stainless Steel Vacuum Sintering Furnaces, And Steam Treatment Furnaces. Three-Coordinate, Profiler, And Other Processing And Testing Equipment, Specializing In The Production Of Various OEM/ODM Powder Metallurgy Copper Base Bearing.

  • 50 million+

    Total investment

  • 7000㎡

    Company size

  • 3000t

    Annual output


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What is Powder Metallurgy Copper Base Oil bearing
Powder metallurgy copper-based oil bearings, also known as sintered copper bearings, are a type of self-lubricating bearing made using powder metallurgy techniques. These bearings are commonly used in various applications where low friction and self-lubrication are required.
Powder metallurgy is a manufacturing process that involves compacting metal powders into a desired shape and then heating the compacted powder to fuse the particles together. In the case of copper-based oil bearings, copper powder is used as the primary material.
Steps for Making Powder Metallurgy Copper Base Oil bearing
The manufacturing process of powder metallurgy copper-based oil bearings typically involves the following steps:
1.Powder Blending: Copper powder is mixed with other additives such as solid lubricants, binders, and sometimes alloying elements to enhance specific properties.
2.Compaction: The blended powder mixture is compacted under high pressure in a die to form a green compact. The pressure helps in achieving the desired shape and density.
3.Sintering: The green compact is then heated in a controlled atmosphere furnace to a temperature below the melting point of copper. During sintering, the copper particles bond together, resulting in a solid and porous structure.
4.Infiltration: In some cases, the sintered part is further impregnated with oil or a solid lubricant to enhance its self-lubricating properties. This process is known as infiltration.
The resulting powder metallurgy copper-based oil bearing has a porous structure that allows for the retention and distribution of lubricating oil. The embedded solid lubricants or oil reservoirs within the bearing provide a continuous lubrication film, reducing friction and wear between the bearing and the mating surfaces.