self-lubricating

self-lubricating

adj
(of a machine, mechanism, etc)able to lubricate itself
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Proprietary self-lubricating PTFE fibers are applied directly to the steel.
to achieve a breakthrough in the use of self-lubricating, spherical bearings in aircraft design that will improve performance and reduce cost for aerospace companies.
Built with durable components--including corrosion-resistant stainless steel springs, bronze bushings, drum shafts, self-lubricating bearings and drop-forged steel hooks--the hoists ensure safe, reliable service.
Standard features include a load-centering limit switch, four-sided bellows safety skirt, a base-mounted maintenance bar to retain the lift in the up position for servicing, a square edge platform top to resist tipping, steel scissor legs, hardened chrome shafting, lifetime self-lubricating aircraft bushings, and roll pins on all pivot points.
a manufacturer of self-lubricating machine components for industrial uses headquartered in Ossining, will spread out its Hudson Valley process with the construction of a 15,000-square-foot factory in Fallsburg in Sullivan County.
The unique self-lubricating materials are impregnated with proprietary, inorganic chemicals that improve their lubricating qualities and oxidation resistance.
Market outlook of the global self-lubricating bearings market
In addition to offering a low-volatile, self-lubricating liquid silicone rubber (LSR), the company has made recent advancements in fiber-reinforced LSR and anti-static heat cured rubber (HCR) materials within its families of Silopren and Silplus elastomers.
Momentive's new self-lubricating Silopren LSR 3376/50 boasts very low volatile levels without post-curing.
It has a four-roller aluminum pump head, as well as cast-bronze self-lubricating rollers.
Metcar Grade M-133 is a self-lubricating carbon graphite material, produced exclusively by Metallized Carbon Corporation, that was recently approved by the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) to their Standard NSF 512012 and Standard ANSI/NSF51-1997, for materials used in the construction of commercial food equipment.
The Aseptic 8 is lightweight, powerful, and features self-draining, self-flushing, and self-lubricating capabilities.