Choose the Most Favorable Bridge Bearings

A corner of natural rubber plain elastomeric bearing.

Elastomeric bearing pad, can be classified into plain elastomeric bearing, laminated bearing pad and PTFE sliding elastomeric bearing.

Three black non-reinforced bearings are in round shape.

Non-reinforced elastomeric bearing, solid blocks of rubber without reinforced layers, is widely used for prefabricated structures.

A black rectangular steel laminated elastomeric bearing with its cross section drawing.

Laminated elastomeric bearing pad with steel plate sandwiched with rubber is resistant to tension, compression and shear.

Three PTFE sliding elastomeric bearings are placed together.

PTFE sliding elastomeric bearing with a layer of PTFE is suitable for bridges with high displacement and low vertical loads.

An orange color pot bearing with thick top steel plate and bottom steel plate.

Pot bearing, made of elastomeric pad embedded into the steel plate is divided into fixed bearing, guided bearing and free pot bearing.

The spherical bearings are on the production lines.

Spherical bearing, with fixed, guided and free sliding type is suitable for more complex bridges in low temperature regions.

A cut seismic isolation bearing and we can see the internal structure clearly.

Seismic isolation bearing, including high damping rubber bearing and lead rubber bearing, is suitable for structures needs seismic isolation function.

A lead rubber bearing with orange top and bottom loading plate.

Lead rubber bearing featuring large ductility can move freely and absorb most earthquake energy, to avoid structural damage.

Many pieces of high damping rubber bearings are on the product line.

High damping rubber bearing, made of high damping rubber, features high flexibility and excellent restoring ability.