Sintered bearings are characterized by being self-lubricating and maintenance-free. The sintered bearings are made of porous bronze or iron and are usually filled with oil. Their high permissible sliding velocities make these sintered bearings ideally suited to rotating applications.


Sintered filters are characterized by their durability and consistent performance. The porous structure allows for high fluid flow rates while effectively trapping particulates. Sintered filters require little maintenance, making them well-suited for demanding filtration applications across industries.


Structural parts

Sintered structural parts are self-lubricating and durable. The porous construction provides high strength-to-weight ratios, allowing for lightweight yet robust components. This makes sintered parts a popular choice for power equipment that requires long-lasting, low-maintenance performance.