On-Demand Educational Webinars
These on-demand sessions cover topics ranging from selecting the right bearing material to calculating PV and much more.
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Coefficient of Friction
Learn all about friction, how to measure it, and it's importance in bearing design.
A survey of key Rulon PTFE materials for bearing, seal and structural applications, including technical specs and examples.
CJ Bearing Family
Learn all about the CJ bearing family, including the history, composition, key technical specs and applications.
Learn about the various Ultracomp grades, including composition, key technical specs and applications.
Learn about the TriSteel family, with a focus on both liner and backing materials, key technical specs, and recent technology advances.
Plane Bearing Design
An in-depth look at plane bearings, what they are, where they are used, and how they are designed.
A wide-ranging introduction to plastic materials, from the basic commodity grades to the specialized Imides.
Learn about thermoplastics, how they are created, and how they differ from thermoset plastics.
Learn about thermosets, how they are created, and how they differ from thermoplastics.
Why Do Metal Bearings Fail?
Learn about the many ways metal bearings can fail and what can be done to diagnose, prevent, and mitigate the damage.
Learn all about Fluoropolymers, their history, characteristics, variants, and where and when to use them.
The Ketones (PEEKs) are a high-performance family of plastics designed to operate at 300°F and above.
Polyamide Imides (Torlon®)
Polyamide-imides offer excellent high temp strength, chemical resistance and impact strength.
Machining plastics requires more care and attention than machining metals. Our webinar highlights some of the unique challenges involved.
First produced in 1935, is used today in everything from aircraft components to robotics.
Understanding K Factor
The wear (or K) factor relates bearing surface wear rate to the variables of pressure, velocity and time.
Acetals and Polyesters
The acetals are versatile engineering plastics with excellent physical properties, chemical resistance, and cost value.
PEI and the Sulfones
PEI and the Sulfones are amorphous, high-performance thermoplastics.
Polyolefins are a class of polymer derived from ethyl or propyl monomers that are catalyzed with metal-containing catalysts.
Plane Bearing Design - Material Selection
This webinar highlights some of the key material selection criteria for bearing design.
Covers common materials and adhesive combinations and discusses tips for preparing surfaces, getting better bonds.
Pulp & Paper Industry
This webinar highlights some of the plastic and common materials that can increase throughput and reduce downtime.
In this webinar we cover key equipment used in all phases of oil and gas production - upstream, midstream and downstream.
Meldin High-Performance Materials
Each thermoset & thermoplastic grade is covered, with info about base polymers, fillers, and available shapes.