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Number: 384/289
Name: Bearings > Rotary bearing > Plain bearing > Specified sleeve or liner > Lubricant distributing > For rotary member
Description: Subject matter wherein the lubricant distributing sleeve is for a rotary element, e.g., wheel, pulley, etc. which is to be mounted on a fixed support, e.g., shaft.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
384/290 Outer sleeve on shaft 5

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8657499 Heavy load bearing Feb. 25, 2014
8657500 High speed bearing Feb. 25, 2014
8632250 Hybrid lubricating module Jan. 21, 2014
7748292 Bearing system and balancer Jul. 6, 2010
6663289 Bearing with multi-layered spacers Dec. 16, 2003
6220758 Roller supporting device Apr. 24, 2001
6056442 Roller supporting device May. 2, 2000
5927861 Motor assembly having ion implantation on sliding surfaces Jul. 27, 1999
5713672 Positioning pivot Feb. 3, 1998
4005913 Linear motion bearing block Feb. 1, 1977

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