Slide Bearing Typical Configurations

Used in pipe lines, heat exchangers, pressure vessels, storage tanks, machinery, buildings and bridges

Material Key

fig 1

 

Crossflon® Slide Bearing

Typical Assembly:
Top Sliding Plate:
2.5mm thick Crossflon® XF225 bonded to a 3mm thick carbon / stainless steel plate.
Bottom Sliding Plate:
2.5mm thick Crossflon® XF225 bonded to a 3mm thick carbon / stainless steel plate.
Method of Installation:
Tack welding, full welding, bolting,

fig 2

 

Crossflon® Slide Bearing – Counterfaced

Typical Assembly:
Top Sliding Plate:
3mm thick polished stainless steel plate.
Bottom Sliding Plate:
2.5mm thick Crossflon® XF225 bonded to a 3mm thick carbon / stainless steel plate.
Method of Installation:
Tack welding, full welding, bolting, mortar embedment.

fig 3

 

Crossflon® Slide Bearing  – Elastomeric

Typical Assembly:
Top Sliding Plate:
2.5mm thick Crossflon® XF225 bonded to a 3mm thick carbon / stainless steel plate.
Bottom Sliding Plate:
2.5mm thick Crossflon® XF225 bonded to a 3mm thick carbon / stainless steel plate bonded to a 6mm thick elastomer sheet bonded to a 3mm thick carbon / stainless steel plate.
Method of Installation:
Tack welding, full welding, bolting, mortar embedment.

fig 4

 

Crossflon® Slide Bearing
– Recessed

Typical Assembly:
Top Sliding Plate:
3mm thick polished stainless steel plate.
Bottom Sliding Plate:
5mm thick Crossflon® XF225 bonded into a 2.5mm deep recess in an 8mm thick carbon / stainless steel plate.
Method of Installation:
Tack welding, full welding, bolting, mortar embedment.