Bearings extend the working life of wheels, pulleys, and other rotating parts by reducing friction and enabling parts to move smoothly. Also called slewing rings or slewing bearings, they are installed between two surfaces to keep parts aligned and support axial and radial loads. Axial (thrust) bearings support loads parallel to the axis of the shaft, such as those exerted by a table supporting a weight. Radial bearings support rotating wheels and other applications where the force of the load is perpendicular to the shaft. Ball bearings are used with applications that have high axial loads and low-to-moderate radial loads. Mounted bearings (bearing units) have a bearing inside a housing unit to ensure a secure fit and mount. Sleeve and clip bearings support high loads, have no moving parts, and require lubricant to allow the shaft to turn smoothly. Spherical bearings and spherical rod ends are used on articulating joints and when the bearing must accommodate for axial misalignment.
Bearings are used basically for performing three important tasks as mentioned below; 1. Reducing friction 2. Supporting the load 3. Providing the guide for moving components such as shafts or wheels Bearing Types: * Deep-Groove Ball Bearings.
- Cylindrical Roller Bearing NF 230 E NF230 E NF230 150x270x45 mm
- 41.28 mm
- 56.3 mm
- 150x270x45 Four Point Angualr Contact Ball Bearings QJ230 QJF230
- 2.56 Hz
- 3.47 Hz
- JAPAN roller bearing price NU230ECJ Size 150X270X45
- 25 mm