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Bushing is a type of component that is commonly used in power transmission systems. It is essentially a cylindrical lining or sleeve that is inserted into a machine part or housing, such as a pulley or gear, to reduce friction and wear between moving parts.

In power transmission, bushings are used to mount rotating shafts and reduce the amount of wear and tear on the shaft and surrounding components. They also help to reduce vibration and noise, and prevent damage to the machinery due to misalignment or excessive loads.

There are various types of bushings used in power transmission systems, including plain bushings, flanged bushings, and spherical bushings. The choice of bushing will depend on the specific application and the requirements of the system.

Bushings play an important role in ensuring the smooth and reliable operation of power transmission systems, by reducing friction and wear and helping to absorb shock and vibration.

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