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Bearings, Plain, Self-Aligning, Self-Lubricating, Low Speed Oscillation, General Specification For
- Aerospace Standard
Published March 01, 1998 by SAE International in United States
This specification covers plain spherical bearings which are self-aligning and self-lubricating by incorporating polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) in a liner between the ball and race (outer ring). PTFE is incorporated in a fabric or composite material bonded to the ID of the outer ring, or in a composite material molded into a pre-formed cavity between the inner and outer ring. These bearings are for use in the temperature range -65°F to +325°F (-54°C to +163°C.)
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The objective of the Airframe Control Bearing Group (ACBG)is to provide industry experience and state of the art technology for airframe bearings, and issue as appropriate, published documents known as SAE Aerospace Standards. The focus of the Committees is present and future aircraft airframe control systems, bearings, and associated components.The ACBG shall be responsible for the preparation, development, maintenance and promotion of all relevant specifications, standards, and requirements for airframe bearings, control system components, and associated hardware used in the design and construction of aerospace mechanical systems and subsystems. The ACBG shall also coordinate with other organizations for lubricants, control cables, and locking devices and shall utilize and promote the use of specifications published by those organizations. The ACBG shall function as a forum for technology transfer as it affects the Airframe bearing and control systems industry and for the enhancement of distribution channels.
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