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Infrastructure

Pot bearings – RESTON-POT

Principle

mageba RESTON-POT bearings ensure the controlled transfer of forces between a structure’s superstructure and its substructure. They also facilitate rotations about every axis and movements in every direction. They are so conceived, that they transfer vertical forces to the substructure and permit rotations thanks to an elastomeric pad which is enclosed in the bearing.

Applications

RESTON-POT bearings are suitable for use in structures with low to high loading and frequent movements and rotations.

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        Composition of a guided sliding bearing (Type TE) with a guide bar on each side

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        Installed free sliding bearing (Type TA) with movement scale

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        Installed TA and TF bearings with anchor plates

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        Bearing which can resist horizontal forces in one direction (Type TE)

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        Underside of the sliding plate with polished metal sheet

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        Positioned and concreted TE bearing with dowels