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We like Lubrite, Fabreeka, or Fluragold slide bearings.  All of these should
be in Sweets.

If you must go "cheap"-- consider Galvanizing both contact surfaces;  but
long term durability can't be predicted.    Suggest making the owner aware
of the choices with pros and cons if you 'can't' specify the right product.
?



-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Davis [mailto:rdavis(--nospam--at)sdsarch.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2001 8:01 AM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: RE: Lubrication for Sliding Connection


When I want a "cheap" sliding connection, I use two layers of 6 mil poly.
It will never get messy and it can be exposed to conditions that would
deteriorate a lubricant.

Roger C. Davis
Architect
SDS Architects, Inc.


-----Original Message-----
From:	John MacLean [mailto:john_maclean(--nospam--at)pomeroy.bc.ca]
Sent:	Wednesday, March 07, 2001 7:44 PM
To:	seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject:	Lubrication for Sliding Connection

Does anybody have a recommendation for lubricating a sliding connection for
a building expansion joint? It's basically an HSS beam sitting on a
stiffened seat with two threaded studs to the u/s of the HSS tightened
finger tight through slotted holes in the seat. I'm looking for a grease to
specify on the top of the seat that will provide a bit of lubrication,
prevent corrosion on the bearing surface, last a long time and not drip onto
the ceiling below. The connection will be inside a building  in Northern
B.C. and should be heated year round.

Thanks,
John MacLean