ATLANTE is proud to announce that AGM® special sliding material made of fluoropolymer has successfully completed a long term friction test over an accumulated slide path of 50000 m in accordance with EAD 050009-00-0301.

POT BEARINGS

ATLANTE Pot Bearings (APBs) consist of an elastomeric pad (rotational element) confined in a cylinder by means of a close fitting piston and an internal seal system, that prevents the extrusion of the elastomer from the pot.

 

An external seal is also provided to exclude moisture and debris. APBs can be combined with a sliding element to accommodate translational movement in one or any direction.

 

ATLANTE Pot Bearings (APBs) are capable of transferring applied vertical and horizontal loads between the superstructure and substructure. The elastomeric pad behaves like a fluid and allows rotations of the lid and thus of the superstructure to which it is connected. Where appropriate, sliding elements permit movements with a minimum of friction.

 

ATLANTE Pot Bearings (APBs) are supplied in four types:

 

APB-F: fixed pot bearing which resists horizontal forces preventing movements in any direction

APB-L: guided sliding pot bearing which allows sliding movements along the longitudinal axes of the bridge and resists the horizontal forces in the perpendicular one.

APB-T: guided sliding pot bearing which allows sliding movements along the transverse axes of the bridge and resists the horizontal forces in the perpendicular one.

APB-M: multi-direction sliding pot bearing which allows sliding movements in all horizontal directions.

 

 

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