GRAPHALLOY® High Temperature Bearings & Bushings

GRAPHALLOY High Temperature Bearings are made of a graphite metal alloy bushing material and are ideally suited to applications where temperatures are extreme.

GRAPHALLOY Bearings Advantages:

  • Will not soften at high temperatures
  • Self-lubricating and maintenance-free
  • Will not seize due to lubrication failure
  • Many grades suitable for temperatures to 750°F (400°C) in air
  • Special grades suitable up to 1000°F (535°C), higher in non-oxidizing atmospheres

GRAPHALLOY High Temperature Bearings Common Applications:

  • Industrial Ovens
  • Glass Plants
  • Dryers
  • Bakery Ovens
  • Dampers
  • Steel Conveyors

The GRAPHALLOY bearing product line for extreme and high temperatures includes:

GRAPHALLOY Bushing for high temperature


GRAPHALLOY Screw Conveyor bearings for high temperature

Screw Conveyor

GRAPHALLOY Pillow Block bearings for high temperature

2-Bolt Pillow
Block Bearings

GRAPHALLOY Flange Block bearings for high temperature

Flange Blocks

GRAPHALLOY bearing Insert for high temperature

Inserts for Pillow
Blocks and Flange Blocks









GRAPHALLOY® can solve your toughest bearing problems. Let us show you how. Email Us - Chat with Us Now - Use Our Inquiry Form or follow the links below.

High temperature environments are difficult for many bearing types. Plastic bushings soften or melt, and the grease/oil lubrication in rolling element bearings or metal bushings carbonize, leading to bearing failure and equipment downtime. In these tough conditions, self-lubricating Graphalloy bearings can be the solution.

The GRAPHALLOY bushing material is a graphite-metal alloy– the graphite provides the self-lubricating quality and the metal gives it enhanced wear resistance.

Click below for examples of how GRAPHALLOY high temperature bearings have solved problems, reduced costs and downtime and increased productivity in high temperature applications:

Many more examples of Graphalloy high temperature bearing success stories can be found on our case histories page.

Do you have a troublesome, high temperature bearing application? If so, tell us about it by using our inquiry form and our sales engineers will contact you. Or, if you prefer to contact us directly, click here.