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Pot Ptfe Bearings
We have been successful in making our presence felt in the market by offering a qualitative range of Ptfe Pot Bearings. Suitable for curved and straight concrete and steel bridges in seismic areas, these bearings are capable of absorbing rotational movement about any horizontal axis. Consists of metal piston and supported by a disc of unreinforced elasto-meter confined within a metal cylinder, our Ptfe Pot Bearings are made by a team of veteran experts as per the industrial standards and norms.
- Highly durable
- Excellent quality
- Compact design
a. POT Cum PTFE Guided / Sliding Bearings:
These bearings offer an economical solution where elastomeric bearings are unable to accommodate high horizontal movement at low reactions on the supporting columns. They can be bonded to elastomer pad to accommodate rotation. In these type of bearings linear movement is provided by sliding of stainless steel plate over PTFE sheet. To overcome high friction in steel sliding bearings, PTFE is used to provide translation about the axis perpendicular to the plane of sliding.
b. Uplift Restraint Bearings:
These bearings are similar to POT Bearings i.e. they are capable of taking vertical load, rotation, horizontal load and movements and consists of unreinforced elastomer. They also have stainless steel plate over PTFE sheet to provide movement. But the only difference is that they have a unique arrangement which is capable to restrain uplift forces coming in the structure.
c. PIN Bearings
Pin bearing consist of a metal pin provide with in metal cylinder to bear & transmit horizontal forces along any direction in horizontal plane and accommodating rotational movement about any axis. These canÃ¢â¬â¢t bear and transmit any vertical load.
d. Metallic Guide Bearings
These bearings consisting of a sliding assembly with restraint along a desired direction to bear and transmit horizontal force and capable of allowing movement in a direction perpendicular to the direction of horizontal force. These bearings cannot bear or transmit any vertical load.