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Introduction Of IKO Bearings

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IKO is a registered trademark of Thomson Corporation in Japan. Nippon Thompson was established in 1959 and became the first needle roller bearing manufacturer in Japan. It has established a world-class reputation for innovation, high-quality, and precision bearing products. It is a manufacturer of industrial accessories oriented by technology and technological development.
The products produced by IKO have become representatives of high-quality brand products, and promise to provide users with convenient and efficient services through a global marketing network.
Japan Thompson Co., Ltd. is a company specializing in the production and sales of needle roller bearings, linear motion guides and mechatronics products. IKO bearings represent one of the most diverse series of needle roller bearings and linear motion rolling guides.
Bearing alloy
Bearing alloys (Babbitt alloy) are widely used. They usually come in two types: tin-based bearing alloys and lead-based bearing alloys. They have the characteristics of fast running-in, and it is easy to make the surface very smooth. They are usually attached to the steel bearing base as a bearing bush. Babbitt alloy bearings have good adaptability, and have automatic adjustment characteristics for small misalignment or defective shafts. Because the appropriate amount of dust or foreign debris that enters the lubricant can be absorbed by this soft material to prevent the shaft from being damaged by adhesion, this embedding property makes them an excellent bearing material. The journal material can be mild steel, hard steel or cast iron.
Porous bearing
First, the metal powder is sintered and then immersed in oil to produce so-called "self-lubricating" or "porous" bearings. Bronze of various compositions is widely used in porous bearings, and iron is rarely used. Because porous bearings have self-lubricating properties, they are mainly used in occasions where it is difficult or impossible to obtain reliable lubrication when using general lubrication methods.

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