New Profile Rail Linear Recirculating Bearings from Lintech

Lintech's MR, ARC & HRC Profile Rail Linear Recirculating Bearings incorporate two or four rows of re-circulating balls arranged in a 45 degree contact angle with the raceway.

Lintech's MR, ARC & HRC Profile Rail Linear Recirculating Bearings incorporate two or four rows of re-circulating balls arranged in a 45 degree contact angle with the raceway. The rigidity under moment and torsional loads is increased by this design. Larger ball size is used to enhance the load capabilities. This design offers equal loading in all directions while providing smooth motion. Features of the MR, ARC & HRC series include:


• Size 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 45 available in N, H and P accuracy grades
• V0, V1 and V2 block pre-loading options for most models
• Short/Normal/Long block lengths available with Normal and Flange width styles

Lintech's family of cost-effective short-delivery Profile Rail Linear Bearings includes:

MR Series - Miniature Profile Rail Linear Guides featuring:
• 2 rows of re-circulating balls
• Equal loading in all directions
• Dust proof design
• SS bearing, rail, and balls
• Self-lube reservoir standard

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ARC Series - Standard Profile Rail Linear Guides featuring:
• Application Rail
• 4 rows of re-circulating balls
• Equal loading in all directions
• Dust proof design
• Alloy steel bearing, rail, and balls
• Self-lube reservoir optional
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HRC Series- Heavy Profile Rail Linear Guides featuring:
• Heavy Load Rail
• 4 rows of re-circulating balls
• Equal loading in all directions
• Dust proof design
• Alloy steel bearing, rail, and balls
• Self-lube reservoir optional


For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone: 877-737-8698
www.electromate.com


Tags: Profile Rail, Linear Recirculating Bearings, Lintech, Electromate, Square Rail

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