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Hardened Steel Bushings

Hardened Steel Bushings

Solutions for any application

A combination of raw material and purpose-designed heat treatments to better enhance the mechanical features of the piece. This ensures an high products’ performance, longer service life and allows greasing intervals up to 550 h.

Bushings range

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  • Standard bushings. The line of standard bushes with tolerances (Ø Outside u6 – Ø Inside C8) that undergo casehardening and tempering treatment with casehardening depth of 0.8-1 mm and Hardness HRC 58-62.
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  • Special execution bushings. Special bushes, plain with spiroil or with inside groove with spiroil, produced on demand.

Quality

Product quality guaranteed by:

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  • Ongoing scheduled investments in cutting-edge technology
  • Use of special steel
  • Specific heat treatments to increase the value of the technical specifications of bushing 
  • Made in Italy: bushings are always made with first choice material which does not change its characteristics from one batch to another


Applications

The steel bushings can be used in various fields/sectors:
- Construction equipment (excavators, loaders, etc…)
- Drilling machinery
- Agricultural machinery (power harrows, ploughs, rear excavators, etc…)
- Equipment (grabs, buckets, grippers, etc…)
- Hydraulic cylinders (protection against wear of bottoms and eyelets)

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For more information write to:  spareparts@carraro.com

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