iglide® PRT Slewing Rings
Self-lubricating, maintenance-free. iglide® PRT slewing rings use self-lubricating, low-friction sliding elements in place of ball bearings. They represent a step forward in slewing ring bearing technology. The sliding elements are made from an igus®-developed, low-cost, high-performance plastic ...
Self-lubricating, maintenance-free. iglide® PRT slewing rings use self-lubricating, low-friction sliding elements in place of ball bearings. They represent a step forward in slewing ring bearing technology. The sliding elements are made from an igus®-developed, low-cost, high-performance plastic called iglide® J, which is completely lubrication- and maintenance-free. All the housing components are made from aluminum (except style 02, which has wear-resistant iglide® J4 inner rings) and all the surfaces parallel to the iglide® sliding elements are hard anodized with stainless-steel fasteners. A completely stainless-steel version is also available upon request.
Off-the-shelf slewing rings ready to ship within 24 hours
Custom hole patterns/machining available
Downloadable CAD files
Custom options (e.g. gears, stainless versions)
Technical support inc. on-site assistance within 36 hours
No minimum order
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