Heat-resistant bearing types

Depending on the requirement, application and temperature, Blickle offers the right bearing type for heat-resistant wheels and castors:

The product range features ball bearings that are lubricated with heat-resistant special grease and can be used at temperatures up to +250°C. For temperatures of up to +300°C, the heat-resistant ball bearing, also known as the oven bearing, is recommended.

With reduced load capacity, heat-resistant ball bearings are suitable for a temperature range of -30°C to +300°C. Cast iron wheels and flanged wheels with plain bores can be used up to +600°C.

 

Plain bore

Plain bores in heat-resistant wheels

Features:

  • For cast iron wheels, temperature-resistant up to +600°C with regular lubrication with specific lubricants
  • Resistant bearing

Ball bearing

'HK' ball bearing with heat-resistant special grease

Features:

  • Temperature resistant up to +250°C
  • Low rolling resistance

Ball bearing

'HXK' ball bearing with heat-resistant special grease, corrosion resistant

Features:

  • Corrosion-resistant
  • Temperature resistant up to +250°C
  • Low rolling resistance

Ball bearing

'IK' heat-resistant ball bearing (oven bearing)

Features:

  • Corrosion-resistant
  • Temperature resistant up to +300°C
  • Low rolling resistance

Teflon_Achsrohr

"XAT" teflon-coated stainless steel axle tube

Features:

  • Corrosion-resistant
  • High temperature resistance
  • Reduced noise emissions
  • For wheels with a wheel Ø of 125 mm