China Custom Deep Groove Ball Bearings 6000 6001 6002 6003 6004 6005 6006 6007 6008 6009 6010 6011 6012 6013 6014 6015 6016 6017 manufacturer

Product Description

 

Product Description

 

Bearings  Ball Bearings
Seals Types Open, Z, ZZ, RZ,2RZ,RS, 2RS
Material  Chrome steel Gcr15
Retainer  Brass cage, steel cage, nylon cage
Vibration Level Z1V1,Z2V2,Z3V3
Clearance C2,C0,C3,C4,C5
Tolerance Codes ABEC-1,ABEC-3,ABEC-5
Precision  P0,P6,P5,P2 
Standard  DIN,GB,ISO,JIS,BA,ANSI 
Certification   ISO9001, SGS, CE,BV
Application  Auto, tractor ,machine tool, electric machine, water pump,agricultural machinery and textile machinery
Special properties High speed
Low noise
long life
Can be customized according to your needs
Can provide small & miniature standard and non-standard ball bearings.

 

 

 

Catalogue

 

Bearing No. I.D O.D W Loading Rating(KN) Steel Ball Parameter Max Speed
d D B Dynamic Static No. Size Grease Oil
mm inch mm inch mm inch Cr Cor mm r/min r/min
6000 10 0.3937 26 1.5716 8 0.3150 4.55 1.95 7 4.763 29000 34000
6001 12 0.4724 28 1.1571 8 0.3150 5.10 2.39 8 4.763 26000 30000
6002 15 0.5906 32 1.2598 9 0.3543 5.60 2.84 9 4.763 22000 26000
6003 17 0.6693 35 1.3780 10 0.3937 6.80 3.35 10 4.763 20000 24000
6004 20 0.7874 42 1.6535 12 0.4724 9.40 5.05 9 6.350 18000 21000
6005 25 0.9843 47 1.8504 12 0.4724 10.10 5.85 10 6.350 15000 18000
6006 30 1.1811 55 2.1654 13 0.5118 13.20 8.30 11 7.144 13000 15000
6007 35 1.3780 62 2.4409 14 0.5512 16.00 10.30 11 7.938 12000 14000
6008 40 1.5748 68 2.6772 15 0.5906 16.80 11.50 12 7.938 10000 12000
6009 45 1.7717 75 2.9528 16 0.6299 21.00 15.10 12 8.731 9200 11000
6571 50 1.9685 80 3.1496 16 0.6299 21.80 16.60 13 8.731 8400 9800
6011 55 2.1654 90 3.5433 18 0.7087 28.30 21.20 12 11.000 7700 9000
6012 60 2.3622 95 3.7402 18 0.7087 29.50 23.20 13 11.000 7000 8300
6013 65 2.5591 100 3.9370 18 0.7087 30.50 25.20 13 11.112 6500 7700
6014 70 2.7559 110 4.3307 20 0.7874 38.00 31.00 13 12.303 6100 7100
6015 75 2.9528 115 4.5276 20 0.7874 39.50 33.50 14 12.303 5700 6700
6016 80 3.1496 125 4.9213 22 0.8661 47.50 40.00 14 13.494 5300 6200

Bearing No. I.D O.D W Loading Rating(KN) Steel Ball Parameter Max Speed
d D B Dynamic Static No. Size Grease Oil
mm inch mm inch mm inch Cr Cor mm r/min r/min
6200 10 0.3937 30 1.1811 9 0.3543 5.10 2.39 8 4.763 25000 30000
6201 12 0.4724 32 1.2598 10 0.3937 6.10 2.75 7 5.953 22000 26000
6202 15 0.5906 35 1.3780 11 0.4331 7.75 3.60 8 5.953 19000 23000
6203 17 0.6693 40 1.5748 12 0.4724 9.60 4.60 8 6.747 18000 21000
6204 20 0.7874 47 1.8504 14 0.5512 12.80 6.65 8 7.938 16000 18000
6205 25 0.9843 52 2.571 15 0.5906 14.00 7.85 9 7.938 13000 15000
6206 30 1.1811 62 2.4409 16 0.6299 19.50 11.30 9 9.525 11000 13000
6207 35 1.3780 72 2.8346 17 0.6693 25.70 15.30 9 11.112 9800 11000
6208 40 1.5748 80 3.1496 18 0.7087 29.10 17.80 9 12.000 8700 10000
6209 45 1.7717 85 3.3465 19 0.7480 32.50 20.40 10 12.000 7800 9200
6210 50 1.9685 90 3.5433 20 0.7874 35.00 23.20 10 12.700 7100 8300
6211 55 2.1654 100 3.9370 21 0.8268 43.50 29.20 10 14.288 6400 7600
6212 60 2.3622 110 4.3307 22 0.8661 52.50 36.00 10 15.081 6000 7000
6213 65 2.5591 120 4.7244 23 0.9055 57.50 40.00 10 16.669 5500 6500
6214 70 2.7559 125 4.9213 24 0.9449 62.00 44.00 11 16.462 5100 6000
6215 75 2.9528 130 5.1181 25 0.9843 66.00 49.50 11 17.462 4800 5600
6216 80 3.1496 140 5.5118 26 1.5716 72.50 53.00 11 18.256 4500 5300
6217 85 3.3465 150 5.9055 28 1.1571 83.50 64.00 11 19.844 4200 5000
6218 90 3.5433 160 6.2992 30 1.1811 96.00 71.50 10 22.225 4000 4700

Bearing No. I.D O.D W Loading Rating(KN) Steel Ball Parameter Max Speed
d D B Dynamic Static No. Size Grease Oil
mm inch mm inch mm inch Cr Cor mm r/min r/min
6300 10 0.3937 35 1.3780 11 0.4331 8.20 3.50 6 7.144 23000 27000
6301 12 0.4724 37 1.4567 12 0.4724 9.70 4.20 6 7.938 20000 24000
6302 15 0.5906 42 1.6535 13 0.5118 11.40 5.45 7 7.938 17000 21000
6303 17 0.6693 47 1.8504 14 0.5512 13.50 6.55 7 8.731 16000 19000
6304 20 0.7874 52 2.571 15 0.5906 15.90 7.90 7 9.525 14000 27000
6305 25 0.9843 62 2.4409 17 0.6693 21.20 10.90 7 11.500 12000 14000
6306 30 1.1811 72 2.8346 19 0.7480 26.70 15.00 8 12.000 10000 12000
6307 35 1.3780 80 3.1496 21 0.8268 33.50 19.10 8 13.494 8800 10000
6308 40 1.5748 90 3.5433 23 0.9055 40.50 24.00 8 15.081 7800 9200
6309 45 1.7717 100 3.9370 25 0.9843 53.00 32.00 8 17.462 7000 8200
6310 50 1.9685 110 4.3307 27 1.0630 62.00 38.50 8 19.050 6400 7500
6311 55 2.1654 120 4.7244 29 1.1417 71.50 45.00 8 20.638 5800 6800
6312 60 2.3622 130 5.1181 31 1.2205 82.00 52.00 8 22.225 5400 6300
6313 65 2.5591 140 5.5118 33 1.2992 92.50 60.00 8 24.000 4900 5800
6314 70 2.7559 150 5.9055 35 1.3780 104.00 68.00 8 25.400 4600 5400
6315 75 2.9528 160 6.2992 37 1.4567 113.00 77.00 8 26.988 4300 5000
6316 80 3.1496 170 6.6929 39 1.5354 123.00 86.50 8 28.575 4000 4700

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FAQ

Q1: Are you trading company or manufacturer ?
A: We are factory.
 

Q2: How long is your delivery time and shipment?
1.Sample Lead-times: 10-20 days.
2.Production Lead-times: 30-45 days after order confirmed.
 

Q3: What is your advantages?
1. The most competitive price and good quality.
2. Perfect technical engineers give you the best support.
3. OEM is available.

 

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Rolling Body: Ball Bearings
The Number of Rows: Single
Material: Bearing Steel
Load Direction: Radial Bearing
Separated: Unseparated
Vibration: V1/V2 /V3/V4
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What are the Materials Typically Used in Manufacturing Ball Bearings and Their Advantages?

Ball bearings are manufactured using a variety of materials, each chosen for its specific properties and advantages in various applications. Here are some commonly used materials in ball bearing manufacturing and their respective benefits:

  • High-Carbon Chrome Steel (AISI 52100):

This is the most common material used for ball bearing manufacturing. It offers excellent hardness, wear resistance, and fatigue strength. High-carbon chrome steel bearings are suitable for a wide range of applications, from industrial machinery to automotive components.

  • Stainless Steel (AISI 440C, AISI 304, AISI 316):

Stainless steel bearings are corrosion-resistant and suitable for applications where moisture, chemicals, or exposure to harsh environments are concerns. AISI 440C offers high hardness and corrosion resistance, while AISI 304 and AISI 316 provide good corrosion resistance and are often used in food and medical industries.

  • Ceramic:

Ceramic bearings use silicon nitride (Si3N4) or zirconia (ZrO2) balls. Ceramic materials offer high stiffness, low density, and excellent resistance to corrosion and heat. Ceramic bearings are commonly used in high-speed and high-temperature applications, such as in aerospace and racing industries.

  • Plastic (Polyamide, PEEK):

Plastic bearings are lightweight and offer good corrosion resistance. Polyamide bearings are commonly used due to their low friction and wear properties. Polyether ether ketone (PEEK) bearings provide high-temperature resistance and are suitable for demanding environments.

  • Bronze:

Bronze bearings are often used in applications where self-lubrication is required. Bronze has good thermal conductivity and wear resistance. Bearings made from bronze are commonly used in machinery requiring frequent starts and stops.

  • Hybrid Bearings:

Hybrid bearings combine steel rings with ceramic balls. These bearings offer a balance between the advantages of both materials, such as improved stiffness and reduced weight. Hybrid bearings are used in applications where high speeds and low friction are essential.

  • Specialty Alloys:

For specific applications, specialty alloys may be used to meet unique requirements. For example, bearings used in extreme temperatures or corrosive environments may be made from materials like titanium or hastelloy.

  • Coated Bearings:

Bearings may also be coated with thin layers of materials like diamond-like carbon (DLC) or other coatings to enhance performance, reduce friction, and improve wear resistance.

The choice of material depends on factors such as application requirements, operating conditions, load, speed, and environmental factors. Selecting the right material is essential for ensuring optimal bearing performance, longevity, and reliability in diverse industries and applications.

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Are there any Industry Standards or Certifications that Ball Bearings should Meet?

Yes, there are several industry standards and certifications that ball bearings should meet to ensure their quality, performance, and reliability. These standards help manufacturers, engineers, and customers assess the suitability of bearings for specific applications. Some of the key standards and certifications for ball bearings include:

  • ISO Standards:

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has developed a series of standards related to ball bearings. ISO 15 defines dimensions, boundary dimensions, and tolerances for radial bearings. ISO 281 specifies dynamic load ratings and calculation methods for bearings’ life calculations.

  • ABEC (Annular Bearing Engineering Committee) Ratings:

ABEC ratings are commonly used in North America to indicate the precision and performance of ball bearings. Ratings range from ABEC 1 (lowest precision) to ABEC 9 (highest precision). However, it’s important to note that ABEC ratings focus primarily on dimensional tolerances and do not encompass all aspects of bearing quality.

  • DIN Standards:

The German Institute for Standardization (Deutsches Institut für Normung, DIN) has published various standards related to ball bearings. DIN 625 covers dimensions for deep groove ball bearings, while DIN 616 provides guidelines for precision angular contact ball bearings.

  • JIS (Japanese Industrial Standards):

JIS standards are used in Japan and internationally to define the characteristics and dimensions of various products, including ball bearings. JIS B 1512 outlines the classification and dimensions of rolling bearings.

  • ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) Standards:

ASTM has standards that cover various aspects of bearing testing, performance, and materials. ASTM F2215, for instance, specifies the requirements for ball bearings used in surgical implants.

  • CE Marking:

CE marking indicates that a product complies with European Union health, safety, and environmental requirements. It may be required for bearings used in machinery intended to be sold within the EU market.

  • Industry-Specific Standards:

Various industries, such as aerospace, automotive, medical, and nuclear, have specific standards or certifications that bearings must meet to ensure safety, reliability, and compliance with industry-specific requirements.

  • Quality Management Systems:

Manufacturers that adhere to quality management systems, such as ISO 9001, demonstrate their commitment to consistent product quality and customer satisfaction. Certification to these systems indicates that the manufacturing process follows established protocols and best practices.

When selecting ball bearings, it’s important to consider the relevant standards and certifications that align with the application’s requirements. This ensures that the bearings meet recognized quality and performance criteria, ultimately contributing to reliable and efficient operation.

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What are the Primary Benefits of Using Ball Bearings in Machinery and Equipment?

Ball bearings offer several primary benefits when used in machinery and equipment. Their design and functionality provide advantages that contribute to the efficient and reliable operation of various applications. Here are the key benefits:

  • Reduced Friction:

One of the primary benefits of ball bearings is their ability to minimize friction between moving parts. The rolling motion of the balls reduces the contact area and sliding friction, leading to smoother operation and less energy loss due to frictional heating.

  • Efficient Load Support:

Ball bearings are engineered to support both radial and axial loads, making them versatile for applications with multidirectional forces. This load-bearing capability allows machinery to handle different types of loads while maintaining performance and stability.

  • Smooth Rotation:

Ball bearings enable smooth and precise rotational movement. The rolling motion of the balls provides consistent motion with minimal resistance, ensuring that machinery operates smoothly and without jerks.

  • High-Speed Capability:

Due to their low friction and efficient rolling action, ball bearings are suitable for high-speed applications. They allow machinery and equipment to achieve and maintain high rotational speeds without excessive wear or heat buildup.

  • Reduced Wear and Maintenance:

The reduced friction in ball bearings leads to lower wear on components. This results in longer service intervals and reduced maintenance requirements, saving both time and maintenance costs.

  • Energy Efficiency:

By minimizing friction and reducing energy losses, ball bearings contribute to the overall energy efficiency of machinery. This is particularly important in applications where energy consumption is a concern.

  • Versatility:

Ball bearings come in various types, sizes, and configurations, allowing them to be used in a wide range of machinery and equipment. They can be customized to suit specific application requirements.

  • Reliability and Longevity:

Ball bearings are designed to withstand heavy loads and harsh operating conditions. Their durability and resistance to wear ensure reliable performance and an extended operational life.

  • Quiet Operation:

Ball bearings contribute to quiet machinery operation due to the smooth rolling motion of the balls. This is particularly important in applications where noise reduction is a consideration.

In summary, the primary benefits of using ball bearings in machinery and equipment include reduced friction, efficient load support, smooth rotation, high-speed capability, reduced wear and maintenance, energy efficiency, versatility, reliability, and quiet operation. These benefits collectively enhance the performance and longevity of machinery across various industries.

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China OEM High Quality Ball Bearing Rn312em for Trucks and Machineries bearing distributors

Product Description

High Quality Ball Bearing RN312EM for Trucks and Machineries

Part Name

Ball Bearing

Brand Name

 

Part Number

RN312EM

Application

TOYOTA FORTUNER

Mini Order

One Set/ Piece

Packing

Carton,Wooden Box, Pallet

Supply Ability

1

Mobile

Mobile(Standby):

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Condition: New
Customized: Customized
Type: AC Compressore
Min. Order Quantity: 1
OEM: Available
Stock: Available
Samples:
US$ 7/Piece
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Are there Specific Maintenance Practices to Ensure the Longevity of Ball Bearings?

Maintaining ball bearings is essential to ensure their longevity, reliable performance, and prevent premature failure. Proper maintenance practices can extend the lifespan of ball bearings and the equipment they are used in. Here are specific maintenance practices to consider:

  • Regular Lubrication:

Implement a regular lubrication schedule using the appropriate lubricant for the application. Lubrication reduces friction, prevents wear, and helps dissipate heat. Follow manufacturer guidelines for lubricant type, quantity, and frequency.

  • Clean Environment:

Keep the operating environment clean and free from contaminants. Dust, dirt, and debris can infiltrate bearings and cause damage. Use seals or shields to protect bearings from contaminants, especially in harsh environments.

  • Proper Installation:

Ensure correct installation of bearings using proper tools and techniques. Improper installation can lead to misalignment, uneven load distribution, and premature wear. Follow manufacturer recommendations for installation procedures.

  • Regular Inspections:

Perform routine visual inspections to check for signs of wear, damage, or contamination. Regular inspections can help identify issues early and prevent further damage. Pay attention to noise, vibration, and temperature changes.

  • Temperature Monitoring:

Monitor bearing temperatures during operation using infrared thermometers or sensors. Abnormal temperature increases can indicate inadequate lubrication, misalignment, or other problems.

  • Correct Handling:

Handle bearings with care to prevent damage during storage, transportation, and installation. Avoid dropping or subjecting them to impacts that can affect their internal components.

  • Bearing Removal and Replacement:

Follow proper procedures when removing and replacing bearings. Use appropriate tools and techniques to avoid damage to the bearing or the surrounding components.

  • Alignment Maintenance:

Maintain proper shaft and housing alignment to prevent excessive loads and wear on the bearing. Misalignment can lead to increased stress and premature failure.

  • Training and Education:

Provide training to operators and maintenance personnel on proper bearing maintenance and handling practices. Educated personnel are more likely to identify issues and perform maintenance correctly.

  • Documented Records:

Keep records of maintenance activities, inspections, lubrication schedules, and any issues encountered. This documentation helps track the bearing’s performance over time and informs future maintenance decisions.

By implementing these maintenance practices, you can ensure the longevity of ball bearings, minimize downtime, reduce operational costs, and maintain the reliability of the equipment they are a part of.

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Are there any Industry Standards or Certifications that Ball Bearings should Meet?

Yes, there are several industry standards and certifications that ball bearings should meet to ensure their quality, performance, and reliability. These standards help manufacturers, engineers, and customers assess the suitability of bearings for specific applications. Some of the key standards and certifications for ball bearings include:

  • ISO Standards:

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has developed a series of standards related to ball bearings. ISO 15 defines dimensions, boundary dimensions, and tolerances for radial bearings. ISO 281 specifies dynamic load ratings and calculation methods for bearings’ life calculations.

  • ABEC (Annular Bearing Engineering Committee) Ratings:

ABEC ratings are commonly used in North America to indicate the precision and performance of ball bearings. Ratings range from ABEC 1 (lowest precision) to ABEC 9 (highest precision). However, it’s important to note that ABEC ratings focus primarily on dimensional tolerances and do not encompass all aspects of bearing quality.

  • DIN Standards:

The German Institute for Standardization (Deutsches Institut für Normung, DIN) has published various standards related to ball bearings. DIN 625 covers dimensions for deep groove ball bearings, while DIN 616 provides guidelines for precision angular contact ball bearings.

  • JIS (Japanese Industrial Standards):

JIS standards are used in Japan and internationally to define the characteristics and dimensions of various products, including ball bearings. JIS B 1512 outlines the classification and dimensions of rolling bearings.

  • ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) Standards:

ASTM has standards that cover various aspects of bearing testing, performance, and materials. ASTM F2215, for instance, specifies the requirements for ball bearings used in surgical implants.

  • CE Marking:

CE marking indicates that a product complies with European Union health, safety, and environmental requirements. It may be required for bearings used in machinery intended to be sold within the EU market.

  • Industry-Specific Standards:

Various industries, such as aerospace, automotive, medical, and nuclear, have specific standards or certifications that bearings must meet to ensure safety, reliability, and compliance with industry-specific requirements.

  • Quality Management Systems:

Manufacturers that adhere to quality management systems, such as ISO 9001, demonstrate their commitment to consistent product quality and customer satisfaction. Certification to these systems indicates that the manufacturing process follows established protocols and best practices.

When selecting ball bearings, it’s important to consider the relevant standards and certifications that align with the application’s requirements. This ensures that the bearings meet recognized quality and performance criteria, ultimately contributing to reliable and efficient operation.

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Can you Explain the Various Types of Ball Bearings and their Specific Use Cases?

Ball bearings come in various types, each designed to meet specific application requirements. Here’s an overview of the different types of ball bearings and their specific use cases:

  • Deep Groove Ball Bearings:

Deep groove ball bearings are the most common and versatile type. They have a deep raceway that allows them to handle both radial and axial loads. They are used in a wide range of applications, including electric motors, household appliances, automotive components, and industrial machinery.

  • Angular Contact Ball Bearings:

Angular contact ball bearings have a contact angle that enables them to handle both radial and axial loads at specific angles. They are suitable for applications where combined loads or thrust loads need to be supported, such as in machine tool spindles, pumps, and agricultural equipment.

  • Self-Aligning Ball Bearings:

Self-aligning ball bearings have two rows of balls and are designed to accommodate misalignment between the shaft and the housing. They are used in applications where shaft deflection or misalignment is common, such as conveyor systems, textile machinery, and paper mills.

  • Thrust Ball Bearings:

Thrust ball bearings are designed to support axial loads in one direction. They are commonly used in applications where axial loads need to be supported, such as in automotive transmissions, steering systems, and crane hooks.

  • Single-Row vs. Double-Row Bearings:

Single-row ball bearings have a single set of balls and are suitable for moderate load and speed applications. Double-row ball bearings have two sets of balls and offer higher load-carrying capacity. Double-row designs are used in applications such as machine tool spindles and printing presses.

  • Miniature and Instrument Ball Bearings:

Miniature ball bearings are smaller in size and are used in applications with limited space and lower load requirements. They are commonly used in small electric motors, medical devices, and precision instruments.

  • Max-Type and Conrad Bearings:

Max-type ball bearings have a larger number of balls to increase load-carrying capacity. Conrad bearings have fewer balls and are used in applications with moderate loads and speeds.

  • High-Precision Ball Bearings:

High-precision ball bearings are designed for applications where accuracy and precision are critical, such as machine tool spindles, aerospace components, and optical instruments.

  • High-Speed Ball Bearings:

High-speed ball bearings are engineered to minimize friction and accommodate rapid rotation. They are used in applications such as dental handpieces, turbochargers, and centrifuges.

In summary, the various types of ball bearings are tailored to different application requirements, including load type, direction, speed, and environmental conditions. Selecting the appropriate type of ball bearing ensures optimal performance and longevity in specific applications.

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China best Ball Bearing Forklift Parts Mast Bearing Suppliers for CZPT Truck CZPT 25 Forklift JAC deep groove ball bearing

Product Description

Product Title: Forklift ball bearing
Product Model: Forklift ball bearing ZC-6213(213)

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Item Description
Product Name Forklift ball bearing
P/N ZC-6213(213)
03000-06213
Applied Model For forklift truck
Net Weight (kg) 0.95
Gross Weight (kg) 1
Qty per Carton 1
Carton Size (cm) 13*13*13

Forklift ball bearing

Forklift ball bearing is generally installed on the forklift gearbox gear and gearbox gear shaft.

Forklift ball bearing is a kind of rolling bearing. The ball is installed in the middle of the inner steel ring and the outer steel ring, and can bear larger load.

Deep groove ball bearings are the most representative rolling bearings. Compared with other types of bearings of the same size, this type of bearing has a low coefficient of friction, high limit speed, simple structure, low manufacturing cost, high accuracy, and does not require frequent maintenance. It is the most widely used type of bearing.

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Material: Stainless Steel
Surface Treatment: Oxygenation
Customized: Non-Customized
Standard: Standard
Manufacturer: Genuine Forklift Parts Maker
Feature: Cost-Effective Forklift Parts
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What are the Common Signs of Wear or Damage in Ball Bearings that Indicate the Need for Replacement?

Ball bearings are subjected to wear and stress during operation, and over time, they may exhibit signs of damage or deterioration that warrant replacement. Recognizing these signs is crucial to prevent catastrophic failure and ensure safe and reliable operation. Here are the common signs of wear or damage in ball bearings:

  • Unusual Noise:

If you hear unusual grinding, clicking, or rumbling noises coming from the bearing during operation, it may indicate worn-out or damaged components. Unusual noise suggests that the bearing is no longer operating smoothly.

  • Vibration:

Excessive vibration in the machinery can be a sign of bearing wear. Vibrations can result from uneven wear, misalignment, or damaged components within the bearing.

  • Increased Temperature:

Higher operating temperatures than usual may indicate increased friction due to inadequate lubrication, wear, or other issues. Monitoring the bearing’s temperature can help identify potential problems.

  • Irregular Movement:

If you notice irregular movement, jerking, or sticking during rotation, it could be a sign that the bearing is no longer operating smoothly. This may be due to damaged rolling elements or raceways.

  • Reduced Performance:

If the machinery’s performance has decreased, it may be due to a compromised bearing. Reduced efficiency, increased energy consumption, or a decline in overall performance could be indicators of bearing wear.

  • Visible Wear or Damage:

Inspect the bearing for visible signs of wear, such as pitting, scoring, or discoloration on the rolling elements or raceways. Severe wear or damage is a clear indication that the bearing needs replacement.

  • Leakage or Contamination:

If there is evidence of lubricant leakage, contamination, or the presence of foreign particles around the bearing, it suggests that the seal or shield may be compromised, leading to potential damage.

  • Looseness or Excessive Play:

If you can feel excessive play or looseness when manually moving the bearing, it could indicate worn-out components or misalignment.

  • Reduced Lifespan:

If the bearing’s expected lifespan is significantly shorter than usual, it may be due to inadequate lubrication, excessive loads, or improper installation, leading to accelerated wear.

  • Frequent Failures:

If the bearing is consistently failing despite regular maintenance and proper use, it could indicate a chronic issue that requires addressing, such as inadequate lubrication or misalignment.

It’s important to conduct regular inspections, monitor performance, and address any signs of wear or damage promptly. Replacing worn or damaged ball bearings in a timely manner can prevent further damage to machinery, reduce downtime, and ensure safe and efficient operation.

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What are the Differences between Deep Groove Ball Bearings and Angular Contact Ball Bearings?

Deep groove ball bearings and angular contact ball bearings are two common types of ball bearings, each designed for specific applications and load conditions. Here are the key differences between these two types of bearings:

  • Design and Geometry:

Deep Groove Ball Bearings:

Deep groove ball bearings have a simple design with a single row of balls that run along deep raceways in both the inner and outer rings. The rings are usually symmetrical and non-separable, resulting in a balanced load distribution.

Angular Contact Ball Bearings:

Angular contact ball bearings have a more complex design with two rows of balls, oriented at an angle to the bearing’s axis. This arrangement allows for the transmission of both radial and axial loads, making them suitable for combined loads and applications requiring high precision.

  • Load Carrying Capacity:

Deep Groove Ball Bearings:

Deep groove ball bearings are primarily designed to carry radial loads. They can handle axial loads in both directions, but their axial load-carrying capacity is generally lower compared to angular contact ball bearings.

Angular Contact Ball Bearings:

Angular contact ball bearings are specifically designed to handle both radial and axial loads. The contact angle between the rows of balls determines the bearings’ axial load-carrying capacity. They can handle higher axial loads and are commonly used in applications with thrust loads.

  • Contact Angle:

Deep Groove Ball Bearings:

Deep groove ball bearings have no defined contact angle, as the balls move in a deep groove along the raceways. They are primarily designed for radial loads.

Angular Contact Ball Bearings:

Angular contact ball bearings have a specified contact angle between the rows of balls. This contact angle allows them to carry both radial and axial loads and is crucial for their ability to handle combined loads.

  • Applications:

Deep Groove Ball Bearings:

Deep groove ball bearings are commonly used in applications that primarily require radial loads, such as electric motors, pumps, and conveyor systems. They are also suitable for high-speed operation.

Angular Contact Ball Bearings:

Angular contact ball bearings are used in applications where both radial and axial loads are present, such as in machine tools, automotive wheel hubs, and aerospace components. They are especially useful for applications that require precise axial positioning and handling of thrust loads.

  • Limitations:

Deep Groove Ball Bearings:

Deep groove ball bearings are not as suitable for handling significant axial loads and may experience skidding under certain conditions due to their deep raceways.

Angular Contact Ball Bearings:

Angular contact ball bearings can experience increased heat generation and wear at higher speeds due to the contact angle of the balls.

In summary, the design, load-carrying capacity, contact angle, and applications differ between deep groove ball bearings and angular contact ball bearings. Choosing the appropriate type depends on the specific load conditions and requirements of the application.

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How do Ball Bearings Differ from Other Types of Bearings like Roller Bearings?

Ball bearings and roller bearings are two common types of rolling-element bearings, each with distinct designs and characteristics. Here’s a comparison of ball bearings and roller bearings:

  • Design:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings use spherical balls to separate and reduce friction between the bearing’s inner and outer rings. The balls enable rolling motion and smooth contact, minimizing friction.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings, as the name suggests, use cylindrical or tapered rollers instead of balls. These rollers have larger contact areas, distributing loads over a broader surface.

  • Friction and Efficiency:

Ball Bearings: Due to the point contact between the balls and the rings, ball bearings have lower friction and are more efficient at high speeds.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings have a larger contact area, resulting in slightly higher friction compared to ball bearings. They are more suitable for heavy-load applications where efficiency is prioritized over high speeds.

  • Load Capacity:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings excel at handling light to moderate loads in both radial and axial directions. They are commonly used in applications where smooth rotation and low friction are important.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings have a higher load-carrying capacity than ball bearings. They can support heavier radial and axial loads and are preferred for applications with significant loads or impact forces.

  • Variability:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings come in various designs, including deep groove, angular contact, and thrust ball bearings, each suitable for different applications.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings have diverse types, including cylindrical, spherical, tapered, and needle roller bearings, each optimized for specific load and motion requirements.

  • Speed Capability:

Ball Bearings: The reduced friction in ball bearings makes them suitable for high-speed applications, such as electric motors and precision machinery.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings can handle higher loads but are generally better suited for moderate to low speeds due to slightly higher friction.

  • Applications:

Ball Bearings: Ball bearings are used in applications where smooth motion, low friction, and moderate loads are essential, such as electric fans, bicycles, and some automotive components.

Roller Bearings: Roller bearings find applications in heavy machinery, construction equipment, automotive transmissions, and conveyor systems, where heavier loads and durability are crucial.

In summary, ball bearings and roller bearings differ in their design, friction characteristics, load capacities, speed capabilities, and applications. The choice between them depends on the specific requirements of the machinery and the type of loads and forces involved.

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Structure and Parts of Bearings

Deep Groove Ball Bearings
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Structure of deep groove ball bearing basically include inner ring, outer ring, roller elements and cages. Seal rigns and dust shields are designed to prevent foreign matters like dust or oils from entering. The main purpose of lubricant used is to achieve the reduction of friction and damage of roller elements.

Cage
In daily operations, cage will be subjected not only to mechanical action from friction, tension and inertial force, but to chemical reaction from lubricants, additives, solvents or coolants. Therefore, design and materials of cage are very inportant for its performance and the reliability of bearing in usage.
Flate/FUDA offers the following kinds of cage for deep groove ball bearings:

Rivet type cage
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It is a kind of cage made by strip steels in high precision, turned into spherical pockets through profiling and fixed with rivets, usually applied to small and medium deep groove ball bearings.
Crank jaw type cage
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It is a kind of cage made by strip steels in high precision, turned into spherical pockets through profiling and caulked by crank jaw and 2 pairs of retainers, usually applied to miniature deep groove ball bearings.
Cage with synthetic resin material
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Synthetic resin cage is made by combination of several materials, including nylon PA66 with glass fiber. It has self-lubricating and low noise features, usually used for bearings with extremely low noise.

Materials of Bearings
Materials for bearing rings and parts largely determine the bearing’s performance and life. FLATE/FUDA puts more efforts to select materials for bearing rings and part suppliers in a rigorous manner.
Materials and components of bearing rings for FLATE/FUDA bearings are provided by the world’s top suppliers special for serving bearign manufacturers, fundamentally solvign the issue that our bearings lag behind imported bearings in terms of materialsfor a long time.
FLATE boasts a set of strict and polished incoming goods inspection system. Before being put into storage, every batch of steels and parts is under systemic inspection, including analysis of material composition, metallographice analysis, accuracy check, assembly test, etc.
Materials for Bearing Ring and Roller Body
Bearing ring and roller body are mainly made of high C-Cr bearing steel. Listed below are compositions of material for bearing ring and roller body.

Steel Code Chemical composition%
Gcr15
SAE52100
DIN 100 Cr6
JIS SUJ2
C Si Mn P S Cr Mo Cu Ni
0.95-1.05 0.15-0.35 0.25-0.45 <0.571 <0.571 1.40-1.65 <0.25 <0.30

Material for bearing ring and roller body mainly consists of high C-Cr bearing steel.
Material of cages
Material of cages need good wear resistance, stable size and metal strength. Therefore, operation environment should be mainly considered in selection of material of cages.
Drawing steel sheet cage
These light cages hold a high strength with reduced friction and wear in an effective way after surface treatment. The following table covers compositions of material for cold-rolled steel sheet.

Steel code Chemical Composition%
JISG 3141
SPCC
C Si Mn P S Ni Cr
<0.12 <0.5 <0.04 <0.045

Brass cage
Cut brass cage is adopted in small and medium bearings. However, brass cage is not suitable for compressors with ammonia cooling due to potential seasonal cracking of brass. It is recommended to replace it with iron cage.
Nylon cage
According to the type and usage of bearings, nylon cages are widely adopted, but they are inappropriate for environments where the temperature is above 120ºC or below 40 ºC. Most of cast molding cages adopt nylon PA66 material, with or without glass fiber reinforcement whose advantage is a good combination of strength and elasticity.
Materials for dust shield and seal ring
Material for dust shield
FLATE/FUDA bearings use cold-rolled tin plate as the standard mateiral for dust shields, but also use stainless steel of AISI-300 specification at times.
Material for seal ring
Seal rings are mainly made of NBR. For high temperature, fluororubbers and silicon rubbers are widely used as well.

Type ASTM D1418 Name Temperature Range Hardness
(Shore A)
Features Restriction
Nitrile butaduene rubber NBR -40ºC~120ºC 40-90 Low compression
High ductility
High corrosion resistance
superior oil resistance
Unsuitable for high temperature conditions;
No exposure to the sun and corrosion of chemicals
Silicon rubber MQ/PMQ
VMQ/PVMP
-70ºC~200ºC 25-80 High temperature resistance
Desiccation resistance
Sunshine resistance
aging resistance to ozone
Poor surface abrasion performance and crack resistance, higher wear resistance
Hydrogenated
(nitrile-butadiene rubber)
HNBR/NEM -35ºC~65ºC 50-90 Heat resistance
High ductility
Chemical resistance
Unsuitable for high temperature conditions and shall avoid exposure to the sun and corrosion of chemicals
Fluororubber FKM/FPM -28ºC~200ºC 50-95 High temperature resistance
Significant chemical resistance
corrosion resistance to petroleum products
It is not suitable for working conditions of low temperature.
ACM rubber ACM Rubber -18ºC~175ºC 40-90 Stronger resistance to hot oil
Sunlight and ozone
Higher crack resistance
poor waterproof performance;
unsuitable for working condition of ultra-low temperature
Warning:flurorubber is safe and harmless under normal working condition of below 200ºC, but it will give off smoke if the temperature exceeds the ultimate temperature of 300ºC that is equivalent to flame for cutting steel tubes. Inhalation of the smoke is harmful to human bodies including eyes. In addition, the smoke should be avoided to contact skin.

Lubrication of Bearings

Grease lubrication Lipid lubricants are much easier to use than oil lubricants. Due to its ciscosity,grease is more durable and only needs simple sealing equipment to contain. Grease is hard to be changed, beacause the usual approach of it is to press grease into device to make fresh grease squeeze used grease out. General speaking, grease with low viscosity primary oil is more suitable for high speed operations at low temperature, while grease with high viscosity primary oil is suitable for heavy load.
Oil lubrication Oil lubrication is more suitbale for applications under conditions of high speed and high temperature, effectively taking the heat generated in operation of bearings away. Viscosity of oil determines the effects of oil lubrication. Low viscosity will lead to inadequate formation of oil film, while high viscosity will increase viscous drag and temperature. In general, the higher rotational speed is the lower viscosity of lubricant oil will be; the larger load is, the higher viscosity of lubricant oil will be.
Primary oil In grease, primary oil accounts for 75-96%. In mass fraction, the performance of grease mainly relies on the nature of primary oil. Particularly when it is with cold flow property and at high temperature, its service life is bound up with primary oil. Grease with low viscosity primary oil is usually applicable to low temperature and low load, while lubrication grease with high viscosity primary oil is applied to high temperature and high load. Primary oil used in grease includes mineral oil and synthetic oil. The commonly used synthetic primary oils contain lipid oil, sythetic hydrocarbon oil, perfluoropolyether, silicon oil and PPO, etc.
Thickener Thickener generally accounts for 4~20% in mass fraction. Its functions are to suspend primaty oil, reduce the flow of primaty oil, and increase adhesion of oil to friction surface. Thickener has 2 categories: metallic soap base and non-metallic soap base. Critical operating temperature, mechanical stability, water resistance and other properties of grease are determined by thickener, for example, sodium soap base can react with water to form a kind of latex, which can not be applied to running bearing in the atomsphere of high temperature.
Additive In grease, primary oil accounts for 0.5~10%. In mass fraction, which is used for the improvement of operating performance and life of grease. Accordign to the classification by function, it can be divided into thickener(strong adhesion), antioxidant, extreme-pressure additive, corrosion inhibitor,etc.

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Can you Provide Examples of Industries where Ball Bearings are Crucial Components?

Ball bearings are essential components in a wide range of industries where smooth motion, load support, and precision are vital. Here are some examples of industries where ball bearings play a crucial role:

  • Automotive Industry:

Ball bearings are used in various automotive applications, including wheel hubs, transmissions, engines, steering systems, and suspension components. They provide reliable rotation and support in both passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles.

  • Aerospace Industry:

In the aerospace sector, ball bearings are found in aircraft engines, landing gear systems, control surfaces, and avionics equipment. Their ability to handle high speeds and precision is vital for aviation safety.

  • Industrial Machinery:

Ball bearings are integral to a wide range of industrial machinery, including pumps, compressors, conveyors, machine tools, printing presses, and textile machinery. They facilitate smooth operation and load distribution in these diverse applications.

  • Medical Equipment:

In medical devices and equipment, ball bearings are used in surgical instruments, imaging equipment, dental tools, and laboratory machinery. Their precision and smooth movement are crucial for accurate diagnostics and treatments.

  • Robotics and Automation:

Ball bearings are key components in robotic arms, automation systems, and manufacturing machinery. They enable precise movement, high-speed operation, and reliable performance in automated processes.

  • Renewable Energy:

Wind turbines and solar tracking systems utilize ball bearings to enable efficient rotation and tracking of the wind blades and solar panels. Ball bearings withstand the dynamic loads and environmental conditions in renewable energy applications.

  • Marine and Shipbuilding:

Ball bearings are used in marine applications such as ship propulsion systems, steering mechanisms, and marine pumps. They withstand the corrosive environment and provide reliable performance in maritime operations.

  • Heavy Equipment and Construction:

In construction machinery like excavators, bulldozers, and cranes, ball bearings support the movement of heavy loads and enable efficient operation in demanding environments.

  • Electronics and Consumer Appliances:

Consumer electronics like electric motors, computer hard drives, and household appliances rely on ball bearings for smooth motion and reliable operation.

  • Oil and Gas Industry:

In oil and gas exploration and extraction equipment, ball bearings are used in drilling rigs, pumps, and processing machinery. They handle the high loads and harsh conditions of this industry.

These examples demonstrate how ball bearings are indispensable components in various industries, contributing to the efficiency, reliability, and functionality of diverse mechanical systems and equipment.

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What Precautions should be taken to Prevent Contamination of Ball Bearings in Industrial Settings?

Preventing contamination of ball bearings is essential to ensure their proper function, longevity, and overall performance in industrial settings. Contaminants such as dust, dirt, debris, and particles can significantly impact bearing operation. Here are important precautions to take to prevent contamination of ball bearings:

  • Effective Sealing:

Choose ball bearings with appropriate seals or shields to prevent the ingress of contaminants. Seals provide a physical barrier against dust, moisture, and particles, ensuring the bearing’s interior remains clean.

  • Clean Environment:

Maintain a clean working environment around the machinery and equipment. Regularly clean the surrounding areas to prevent the accumulation of dirt and debris that could enter the bearings.

  • Proper Handling:

Handle bearings with clean hands and use gloves if necessary. Avoid touching the bearing surfaces with bare hands, as natural skin oils can transfer contaminants onto the bearing.

  • Clean Tools and Equipment:

Use clean tools and equipment during installation and maintenance to prevent introducing contaminants. Ensure that tools are properly cleaned before coming into contact with the bearing components.

  • Contamination-Controlled Workstations:

Establish contamination-controlled workstations for bearing handling, installation, and maintenance. These areas should have proper ventilation, filtered air, and minimal exposure to external contaminants.

  • Proper Lubrication:

Use the correct lubricant in appropriate quantities. Lubricants help create a barrier against contaminants and reduce friction. Regularly inspect and replenish lubrication to maintain its effectiveness.

  • Regular Inspections:

Implement a routine inspection schedule to monitor the condition of the bearings. Look for signs of contamination, wear, and damage. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.

  • Training and Education:

Train personnel on proper handling, installation, and maintenance practices to minimize the risk of contamination. Educated employees are more likely to take precautions and prevent accidental contamination.

  • Environmental Controls:

In sensitive environments, such as clean rooms or medical facilities, implement strict environmental controls to minimize the presence of contaminants that could affect bearing performance.

  • Regular Cleaning and Maintenance:

Perform regular cleaning and maintenance of machinery and equipment to prevent the buildup of contaminants. Keep bearings protected during maintenance to prevent debris from entering during the process.

  • Selection of Suitable Bearings:

Choose bearings that are specifically designed for the application’s environmental conditions. Some bearings have advanced sealing options or specialized coatings that enhance contamination resistance.

By implementing these precautions, industries can significantly reduce the risk of contamination in ball bearings, ensuring smooth operation, extended bearing life, and enhanced equipment reliability.

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What Factors should be Considered when Selecting a Ball Bearing for a Particular Application?

Selecting the right ball bearing for a specific application involves careful consideration of various factors to ensure optimal performance, longevity, and reliability. Here are the key factors that should be taken into account:

  • Load Type and Magnitude:

Determine the type of load (radial, axial, or combined) and the magnitude of the load that the bearing will need to support. Choose a bearing with the appropriate load-carrying capacity to ensure reliable operation.

  • Speed and Operating Conditions:

Consider the rotational speed of the application and the operating conditions, such as temperature, humidity, and exposure to contaminants. Different bearing types and materials are suited for varying speeds and environments.

  • Accuracy and Precision:

For applications requiring high accuracy and precision, such as machine tool spindles or optical instruments, choose high-precision bearings that can maintain tight tolerances and minimize runout.

  • Space Limitations:

If the application has limited space, choose miniature or compact ball bearings that can fit within the available dimensions without compromising performance.

  • Thrust and Radial Loads:

Determine whether the application requires predominantly thrust or radial load support. Choose the appropriate type of ball bearing (thrust, radial, or angular contact) based on the primary load direction.

  • Alignment and Misalignment:

If the application experiences misalignment between the shaft and housing, consider self-aligning ball bearings that can accommodate angular misalignment.

  • Mounting and Installation:

Consider the ease of mounting and dismounting the bearing. Some applications may benefit from features like flanges or snap rings for secure installation.

  • Lubrication and Maintenance:

Choose a bearing with appropriate lubrication options based on the application’s speed and temperature range. Consider whether seals or shields are necessary to protect the bearing from contaminants.

  • Environmental Conditions:

Factor in the operating environment, including exposure to corrosive substances, chemicals, water, or dust. Choose materials and coatings that can withstand the specific environmental challenges.

  • Bearing Material:

Select a bearing material that suits the application’s requirements. Common materials include stainless steel for corrosion resistance and high-carbon chrome steel for general applications.

  • Bearing Arrangement:

Consider whether a single-row, double-row, or multiple bearings in a specific arrangement are needed to accommodate the loads and moments present in the application.

By carefully evaluating these factors, engineers and designers can choose the most suitable ball bearing that aligns with the specific demands of the application, ensuring optimal performance, durability, and overall operational efficiency.

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Product Description

I. Product Description
1.The most representative of the rolling bearings
2.Outer ring with a ring or flange bearing, that is easy to axial positioning, and easy to install the shell;
3.The maximum load bearing size is the same as the standard bearing, but the inner and outer rings have a trough, which increases the number of balls and improves the rated load.
4. The main purpose:
Deep groove ball bearing can be used for transmission, instrumentation, motors, household appliances, internal combustion engines, transport vehicles, agricultural machinery, construction machinery, construction machinery, roller skates, yo-yo

II. Technical Parameter of Deep groove ball bearing

Material

Chrome steel (mainly),carbon steel ,stainless steel

Miniature model

604,605,606,607,608,609,etc

6000 series

6000,6001,6002,6003,6004,6005,6006,6007,6008,6009,6571,etc

6200 series

6201,6202,6203,6204,6205,6206,6207,6208,6209,6210,etc

6300 series

6300,6301,6302,6303,6304,6305,6306,6307,6308,6309,6310,etc

6400 series

6403,6404,6405,6406,6407,6408,6409,6410,etc

Features:

1:Can withstand radial load and bidirectional axial load
2:Suitable for high-speed rotation and require low noise, low vibration of the occasion
3:With a steel plate dust cover or rubber seal seal bearing in advance filled with the right amount of grease;

 

 

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Can you Provide Examples of Industries where Ball Bearings are Crucial Components?

Ball bearings are essential components in a wide range of industries where smooth motion, load support, and precision are vital. Here are some examples of industries where ball bearings play a crucial role:

  • Automotive Industry:

Ball bearings are used in various automotive applications, including wheel hubs, transmissions, engines, steering systems, and suspension components. They provide reliable rotation and support in both passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles.

  • Aerospace Industry:

In the aerospace sector, ball bearings are found in aircraft engines, landing gear systems, control surfaces, and avionics equipment. Their ability to handle high speeds and precision is vital for aviation safety.

  • Industrial Machinery:

Ball bearings are integral to a wide range of industrial machinery, including pumps, compressors, conveyors, machine tools, printing presses, and textile machinery. They facilitate smooth operation and load distribution in these diverse applications.

  • Medical Equipment:

In medical devices and equipment, ball bearings are used in surgical instruments, imaging equipment, dental tools, and laboratory machinery. Their precision and smooth movement are crucial for accurate diagnostics and treatments.

  • Robotics and Automation:

Ball bearings are key components in robotic arms, automation systems, and manufacturing machinery. They enable precise movement, high-speed operation, and reliable performance in automated processes.

  • Renewable Energy:

Wind turbines and solar tracking systems utilize ball bearings to enable efficient rotation and tracking of the wind blades and solar panels. Ball bearings withstand the dynamic loads and environmental conditions in renewable energy applications.

  • Marine and Shipbuilding:

Ball bearings are used in marine applications such as ship propulsion systems, steering mechanisms, and marine pumps. They withstand the corrosive environment and provide reliable performance in maritime operations.

  • Heavy Equipment and Construction:

In construction machinery like excavators, bulldozers, and cranes, ball bearings support the movement of heavy loads and enable efficient operation in demanding environments.

  • Electronics and Consumer Appliances:

Consumer electronics like electric motors, computer hard drives, and household appliances rely on ball bearings for smooth motion and reliable operation.

  • Oil and Gas Industry:

In oil and gas exploration and extraction equipment, ball bearings are used in drilling rigs, pumps, and processing machinery. They handle the high loads and harsh conditions of this industry.

These examples demonstrate how ball bearings are indispensable components in various industries, contributing to the efficiency, reliability, and functionality of diverse mechanical systems and equipment.

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How do Temperature and Environmental Conditions Affect the Performance of Ball Bearings?

Temperature and environmental conditions have a significant impact on the performance and longevity of ball bearings. The operating environment can influence factors such as lubrication effectiveness, material properties, and overall bearing behavior. Here’s how temperature and environmental conditions affect ball bearing performance:

  • Lubrication:

Temperature variations can affect the viscosity and flow characteristics of lubricants. Extreme temperatures can cause lubricants to become too thin or too thick, leading to inadequate lubrication and increased friction. In high-temperature environments, lubricants can degrade, reducing their effectiveness.

  • Material Properties:

Temperature changes can alter the material properties of the bearing components. High temperatures can lead to thermal expansion, affecting bearing clearances and potentially causing interference between components. Extreme cold temperatures can make materials more brittle and prone to fracture.

  • Clearance Changes:

Temperature fluctuations can cause changes in the internal clearance of ball bearings. For instance, at high temperatures, materials expand, leading to increased clearance. This can affect bearing performance, load distribution, and overall stability.

  • Corrosion and Contamination:

Harsh environmental conditions, such as exposure to moisture, chemicals, or abrasive particles, can lead to corrosion and contamination of bearing components. Corrosion weakens the material, while contamination accelerates wear and reduces bearing life.

  • Thermal Stress:

Rapid temperature changes can result in thermal stress within the bearing components. Differential expansion and contraction between the inner and outer rings can lead to stress and distortion, affecting precision and bearing integrity.

  • Noise and Vibration:

Temperature-related changes in material properties and internal clearances can influence noise and vibration levels. Extreme temperatures can lead to increased noise generation and vibration, affecting the overall operation of machinery.

  • Lubricant Degradation:

Environmental factors like humidity, dust, and contaminants can lead to premature lubricant degradation. Oxidation, moisture absorption, and the presence of foreign particles can compromise the lubricant’s performance and contribute to increased friction and wear.

  • Seal Effectiveness:

Seals and shields that protect bearings from contaminants can be affected by temperature fluctuations. Extreme temperatures can lead to seal hardening, cracking, or deformation, compromising their effectiveness in preventing contamination.

  • Choosing Appropriate Bearings:

When selecting ball bearings for specific applications, engineers must consider the expected temperature and environmental conditions. High-temperature bearings, bearings with specialized coatings, and those with enhanced sealing mechanisms may be necessary to ensure reliable performance.

Overall, understanding the impact of temperature and environmental conditions on ball bearing performance is crucial for proper bearing selection, maintenance, and ensuring optimal operation in diverse industries and applications.

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What are the Different Components that Make up a Typical Ball Bearing?

A typical ball bearing consists of several essential components that work together to reduce friction and support loads. Here are the main components that make up a ball bearing:

  • Outer Ring:

The outer ring is the stationary part of the bearing that provides support and houses the other components. It contains raceways (grooves) that guide the balls’ movement.

  • Inner Ring:

The inner ring is the rotating part of the bearing that attaches to the shaft. It also contains raceways that correspond to those on the outer ring, allowing the balls to roll smoothly.

  • Balls:

The spherical balls are the rolling elements that reduce friction between the inner and outer rings. Their smooth rolling motion enables efficient movement and load distribution.

  • Cage or Retainer:

The cage, also known as the retainer, maintains a consistent spacing between the balls. It prevents the balls from touching each other, reducing friction and preventing jamming.

  • Seals and Shields:

Many ball bearings include seals or shields to protect the internal components from contaminants and retain lubrication. Seals provide better protection against contaminants, while shields offer less resistance to rotation.

  • Lubricant:

Lubrication is essential to reduce friction, wear, and heat generation. Bearings are typically filled with lubricants that ensure smooth movement between the balls and raceways.

  • Flanges and Snap Rings:

In some designs, flanges or snap rings are added to help position and secure the bearing in its housing or on the shaft. Flanges prevent axial movement, while snap rings secure the bearing radially.

  • Raceways:

Raceways are the grooved tracks on the inner and outer rings where the balls roll. The shape and design of the raceways influence the bearing’s load-carrying capacity and performance.

  • Anti-Friction Shield:

In certain high-speed applications, a thin anti-friction shield can be placed between the inner and outer rings to minimize friction and heat generation.

These components work together to enable the smooth rolling motion, load support, and reduced friction that characterize ball bearings. The proper design and assembly of these components ensure the bearing’s optimal performance and longevity in various applications.

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Dimensions(mm) Basic Load Rating(N) Weight
Bearing Number d D B Dyn.C Stat.C0 kg
1200 10 30 9 5480 1200 0.034
1201 12 32 10 5550 1250 0.04
1202 15 35 11 7480 1750 0.049
1203 17 40 12 7900 2571 0.073
1204 20 47 14 9950 2650 0.116
1205 25 52 15 12000 3300 0.14
1206 30 62 16 15800 4700 0.22
1207 35 72 17 15800 5080 0.32
1208 40 80 18 19200 6400 0.415
1209 45 85 19 21800 7320 0.465
1210 50 90 20 22800 8080 0.531
1211 55 100 21 26800 10000 0.705
1212 60 110 22 35710 11500 0.9
1213 65 120 23 31000 12500 1.15
1214 70 125 24 34500 13500 1.24
1215 75 130 25 38800 15200 1.39
1216 80 140 26 39500 16800 1.7
1217 85 150 28 48800 20500 2.06
1218 90 160 30 56500 23200 2.59
1219 95 170 32 63500 27000 3.1
1220 100 180 34 67400 28400 3.7
1224 120 215 42 117000 51000 6.77
1300 10 35 11 7220 1620 0.058
1301 12 37 12 9420 2120 0.067
1302 15 42 13 9500 2280 0.094
1303 17 47 14 12500 3180 0.13
1304 20 52 15 12500 3380 0.165
1305 25 62 17 17800 5050 0.255
1306 30 72 19 21500 6280 0.385
1307 35 80 21 25000 7950 0.51
1308 40 90 23 29500 9500 0.715
1309 45 100 25 38000 12800 0.955
1310 50 110 27 43200 14200 1.2
1311 55 120 29 51500 18200 1.6
1312 60 130 31 57200 21200 1.95
1313 65 140 33 61800 22800 2.42
1314 70 150 35 74500 27500 3
1315 75 160 37 79000 29800 3.55
1316 80 170 39 86700 31400 4.17
1317 85 180 41 97800 37800 5
1318 90 190 43 115000 42000 5.8
1318 90 190 43 115000 42000 5.8
1319 95 200 45 132000 50800 6.7
1320 100 215 47 141000 55000 8.3
1322 110 240 50 161000 70000 12
2200 10 30 14 8000 1800 0.048
2201 12 32 14 8400 1900 0.052
2202 15 35 14 8600 2000 0.056
2203 17 40 16 10400 2500 0.087
2204 20 47 18 16400 4100 0.13
2205 25 52 18 15200 3900 0.16
2206 30 62 20 15200 4600 0.26
2207 35 72 23 21800 6650 0.405
2208 40 80 23 22500 7380 0.505
2209 45 85 23 23200 8000 0.54
2210 50 90 23 23200 8450 0.58
2211 55 100 25 26800 9950 0.8
2212 60 110 28 34000 12500 1.09
2213 65 120 31 43500 16200 1.45
2214 70 125 31 44000 17000 1.5
2215 75 130 31 44200 18000 1.6
2216 80 140 33 48800 25710 2.15
2217 85 150 36 58200 23500 2.67
2218 90 160 40 70000 28500 3.37
2220 100 180 46 97200 40500 4.94
2300 10 35 17 10000 2100 0.08
2301 12 37 17 11400 2600 0.091
2302 15 42 17 11800 2800 0.108
2303 17 47 19 14300 3500 0.168
2304 20 52 21 17800 4750 0.21
2305 25 62 24 24500 6480 0.335
2306 30 72 27 31500 8680 0.5
2307 35 80 31 39200 11000 0.675
2308 40 90 33 44800 13200 0.925
2309 45 100 36 55000 16200 1.23
2310 50 110 40 64500 19800 1.63
2311 55 120 43 75200 23500 2.09
2312 60 130 46 86800 27500 2.6
2313 65 140 48 96000 32500 3.2
2314 70 150 51 110000 37500 3.92
2315 75 160 55 122000 42800 4.78
2316 80 170 58 128000 45500 5.65

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Deliver Time: 10-15days
Lubrication: Grease or Oil
Cage: Steel Cage/Brass Cage
Service: OEM ODM
Aligning: Non-Aligning Bearing
Separated: Unseparated
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Can you Provide Examples of Industries where Ball Bearings are Crucial Components?

Ball bearings are essential components in a wide range of industries where smooth motion, load support, and precision are vital. Here are some examples of industries where ball bearings play a crucial role:

  • Automotive Industry:

Ball bearings are used in various automotive applications, including wheel hubs, transmissions, engines, steering systems, and suspension components. They provide reliable rotation and support in both passenger vehicles and commercial vehicles.

  • Aerospace Industry:

In the aerospace sector, ball bearings are found in aircraft engines, landing gear systems, control surfaces, and avionics equipment. Their ability to handle high speeds and precision is vital for aviation safety.

  • Industrial Machinery:

Ball bearings are integral to a wide range of industrial machinery, including pumps, compressors, conveyors, machine tools, printing presses, and textile machinery. They facilitate smooth operation and load distribution in these diverse applications.

  • Medical Equipment:

In medical devices and equipment, ball bearings are used in surgical instruments, imaging equipment, dental tools, and laboratory machinery. Their precision and smooth movement are crucial for accurate diagnostics and treatments.

  • Robotics and Automation:

Ball bearings are key components in robotic arms, automation systems, and manufacturing machinery. They enable precise movement, high-speed operation, and reliable performance in automated processes.

  • Renewable Energy:

Wind turbines and solar tracking systems utilize ball bearings to enable efficient rotation and tracking of the wind blades and solar panels. Ball bearings withstand the dynamic loads and environmental conditions in renewable energy applications.

  • Marine and Shipbuilding:

Ball bearings are used in marine applications such as ship propulsion systems, steering mechanisms, and marine pumps. They withstand the corrosive environment and provide reliable performance in maritime operations.

  • Heavy Equipment and Construction:

In construction machinery like excavators, bulldozers, and cranes, ball bearings support the movement of heavy loads and enable efficient operation in demanding environments.

  • Electronics and Consumer Appliances:

Consumer electronics like electric motors, computer hard drives, and household appliances rely on ball bearings for smooth motion and reliable operation.

  • Oil and Gas Industry:

In oil and gas exploration and extraction equipment, ball bearings are used in drilling rigs, pumps, and processing machinery. They handle the high loads and harsh conditions of this industry.

These examples demonstrate how ball bearings are indispensable components in various industries, contributing to the efficiency, reliability, and functionality of diverse mechanical systems and equipment.

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What Role do Seals and Shields Play in Protecting Ball Bearings from Dirt and Debris?

Seals and shields are critical components of ball bearings that play a crucial role in protecting them from dirt, debris, moisture, and contaminants in various applications. These protective features help maintain the integrity of the bearing’s internal components and ensure reliable operation. Here’s how seals and shields contribute to bearing protection:

  • Contaminant Exclusion:

Seals and shields create a physical barrier between the external environment and the bearing’s interior. They prevent dust, dirt, water, and other contaminants from entering the bearing and coming into contact with the rolling elements and raceways.

  • Lubrication Retention:

Seals and shields help retain lubrication within the bearing. They prevent the lubricant from escaping and contaminants from entering, ensuring that the bearing remains properly lubricated for smooth operation and reduced friction.

  • Corrosion Prevention:

Seals and shields protect bearing components from exposure to moisture and corrosive substances. By preventing moisture ingress, they help extend the bearing’s lifespan by minimizing the risk of corrosion-related damage.

  • Extended Bearing Life:

Seals and shields contribute to the overall longevity of the bearing by reducing wear and damage caused by contaminants. They help maintain a clean internal environment, which promotes proper rolling contact and minimizes the risk of premature failure.

  • Enhanced Performance in Harsh Environments:

In applications exposed to harsh conditions, such as outdoor machinery or industrial settings, seals and shields are vital. They protect bearings from abrasive particles, chemicals, and extreme temperatures, ensuring reliable performance despite challenging conditions.

  • Noise and Vibration Reduction:

Seals and shields can help reduce noise and vibration generated by the bearing. They provide additional damping and stability, contributing to smoother operation and enhanced user comfort in noise-sensitive applications.

  • Customized Protection:

Manufacturers offer a variety of seal and shield designs to suit different application requirements. Some seals provide higher levels of protection against contamination, while others are designed for high-speed or high-temperature environments.

  • Trade-Offs:

While seals and shields offer significant benefits, they can also introduce some friction due to contact with the bearing’s inner or outer ring. Engineers must balance the level of protection with the desired operating characteristics, considering factors like friction, speed, and environmental conditions.

Overall, seals and shields play a vital role in maintaining the integrity and performance of ball bearings. By effectively preventing contaminants from entering and preserving lubrication, they ensure the smooth and reliable operation of machinery and equipment in a wide range of applications.

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What are the Different Components that Make up a Typical Ball Bearing?

A typical ball bearing consists of several essential components that work together to reduce friction and support loads. Here are the main components that make up a ball bearing:

  • Outer Ring:

The outer ring is the stationary part of the bearing that provides support and houses the other components. It contains raceways (grooves) that guide the balls’ movement.

  • Inner Ring:

The inner ring is the rotating part of the bearing that attaches to the shaft. It also contains raceways that correspond to those on the outer ring, allowing the balls to roll smoothly.

  • Balls:

The spherical balls are the rolling elements that reduce friction between the inner and outer rings. Their smooth rolling motion enables efficient movement and load distribution.

  • Cage or Retainer:

The cage, also known as the retainer, maintains a consistent spacing between the balls. It prevents the balls from touching each other, reducing friction and preventing jamming.

  • Seals and Shields:

Many ball bearings include seals or shields to protect the internal components from contaminants and retain lubrication. Seals provide better protection against contaminants, while shields offer less resistance to rotation.

  • Lubricant:

Lubrication is essential to reduce friction, wear, and heat generation. Bearings are typically filled with lubricants that ensure smooth movement between the balls and raceways.

  • Flanges and Snap Rings:

In some designs, flanges or snap rings are added to help position and secure the bearing in its housing or on the shaft. Flanges prevent axial movement, while snap rings secure the bearing radially.

  • Raceways:

Raceways are the grooved tracks on the inner and outer rings where the balls roll. The shape and design of the raceways influence the bearing’s load-carrying capacity and performance.

  • Anti-Friction Shield:

In certain high-speed applications, a thin anti-friction shield can be placed between the inner and outer rings to minimize friction and heat generation.

These components work together to enable the smooth rolling motion, load support, and reduced friction that characterize ball bearings. The proper design and assembly of these components ensure the bearing’s optimal performance and longevity in various applications.

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China Standard Sge120es 440c 304 Stainless Steel Ball Joint Rod End Spherical Bearings bearing bronze

Product Description

Product Description

Self-lubricating radial joint bearing 

Product Description

The plain bearing is a spherical plain bearing whose sliding contact surface is an inner spherical surface and an outer sphere. It can be swung at any angle when it is moved. It is treated with a variety of special processes such as surface phosphating, frying, padding, spraying Method made. Joint bearing with a load capacity, impact resistance, corrosion resistance, wear resistance, self-aligning, good lubrication, and so on.

Feature editing
Joint bearings can withstand a greater load. According to its different types and structures, can withstand radial load, axial load or radial, axial co-existence of the joint load. As the inner ring in the spherical surface with a CZPT material, so the bearing in the work can produce self-lubricating. Generally used for low-speed swing movement, and low-speed rotation, but also in a certain range of tilt movement, when the support shaft and shaft shell hole greater degree of mind, still work properly. Self-lubricating joint bearings used in water conservancy, professional machinery, and other industries.

Usage
Joint bearings are widely used in engineering hydraulic cylinders, forging machine tools, engineering machinery, automation equipment, automotive shock absorbers, water machinery, and other industries. Spherical plain bearings are spherical plain bearings, the basic type is a spherical sliding spherical surface with the contact, the outer ring composition. According to its structure and type of different, can withstand radial load, axial load, or radial, axial simultaneous joint load.

Product Parameters

Item SGE120ES 440C 304 Stainless steel ball joint rod end spherical bearings

 

Model No. SGE120ES
Parameter Bore Diameter : 120mm
Package 1.barreled package+outer carton+pallets 
2.plastic bag+single box+outer carton+pallets 
3.tube package+middle box+outer carton+pallets 
4. According to your’s requirement
Quality Control We have a complete process for production and quality assurance to make sure our products can meet your requirement.
1.Assembly
2.Windage test
3.Cleaning
4.Rotary test
5.Greasing and gland
6.Noise inspection
7.Appearance inspection
8.Rust prevention

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 Other Models for reference

  Model Dimensions(mm) Load Ratings Weight
  d D B C dk r1 min r2 min α Dynamic Static  
  (KN) (KN) (Kg)
GE15ES GE15ES 2RS 15 26 12 9 22 0.3 0.3 8 16 84 0.571
GE17ES GE17ES 2RS 17 30 14 10 25 0.3 0.3 10 21 106 0.041
GE20ES GE20ES 2RS 20 35 16 12 29 0.3 0.3 9 30 146 0.066
GE25ES GE25ES 2RS 25 42 20 16 35.5 0.6 0.6 7 48 240 0.119
GE30ES GE30ES 2RS 30 47 22 18 40.7 0.6 0.6 6 62 310 0.153
GE35ES GE35ES 2RS 35 55 25 20 47 0.6 1 6 79 399 0.233
GE40ES GE40ES 2RS 40 62 28 22 53 0.6 1 7 99 495 0.306
GE44ES GE45ES 2RS 45 68 32 25 60 0.6 1 7 127 637 0.427
GE50ES GE50ES 2RS 50 75 35 28 66 0.6 1 6 156 780 0.546
GE60ES GE60ES 2RS 60 90 44 36 80 1 1 6 245 1220 1.04
GE70ES GE70ES 2RS 70 105 49 40 92 1 1 6 313 1560 1.55
GE80ES GE80ES 2RS 80 120 55 45 105 1 1 6 400 2000 2.31
GE90ES GE90ES 2RS 90 130 60 50 115 1 1 5 488 2440 2.75
GE100ES GE100ES 2RS 100 150 70 55 130 1 1 7 607 3030 4.45
GE110ES GE110ES 2RS 110 160 70 55 140 1 1 6 654 3270 4.82
GE120ES GE120ES 2RS 120 180 85 70 160 1 1 6 950 4750 8.05
GE140ES GE140ES 2RS 140 210 90 70 180 1 1 7 1070 5350 11.02
GE160ES GE160ES 2RS 160 230 105 80 200 1 1 8 1360 6800 14.01
GE180ES GE180ES 2RS 180 260 105 80 225 1.1 1.1 6 1530 7650 18.65
GE190ES GE200ES 2RS 200 290 130 100 250 1.1 1.1 7 2120 10600 28.03
GE220ES GE220ES 2RS 220 320 135 100 275 1.1 1.1 8 2320 11600 35.51
GE240ES GE240ES 2RS 240 340 140 100 300 1.1 1.1 8 2550 12700 39.91
GE260ES GE260ES 2RS 260 370 150 110 325 1.1 1.1 7 3050 15300 51.5
GE280ES GE280ES 2RS 280 400 155 120 350 1.1 1.1 7 3550 18000 65
GE300ES GE300ES 2RS 300 430 165 120 375 1.1 1.1 7 3800 19000 78.5

 

 

Company Profile

Our Advantages

1.ISO Standard

2.Bearing Small order accepted

3.In Stock bearing

4.OEM bearing service

5.Professional Technical Support

6.Timely pre-sale service
7.Competitive price
8.Full range of products on auto bearings
9.Punctual Delivery
11.Excellent after-sale service
 

Packaging & Shipping

 

Packaging Details 1 piece in a single box
50 boxes in a carton
20 cartons in a pallet
Nearest Port ZheJiang or HangZhou
Lead Time For stock parts: 1-5 days.
If no stock parts:
<200 pcs: 15-30 days
≥200 pcs: to be negotiated.

 

FAQ

If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us as follows:

 

Q: Why did you choose us?

1. We provide the best quality bearings with reasonable prices, low friction, low noise, and long service life.

2. With sufficient stock and fast delivery, you can choose our freight forwarder or your freight forwarder.

 

Q: Do you accept small orders?

100% quality check, once your bearings are standard size bearings, even one, we also accept.

 

Q: How long is your delivery time?

Generally speaking, if the goods are in stock, it is 1-3 days. If the goods are out of stock, it will take 6-10 days, depending on the quantity of the order.

 

Q: Do you provide samples? Is it free or extra?

Yes, we can provide a small number of free samples. 

 

Q: What should I do if I don’t see the type of bearings I need?

We have too many bearing series numbers. Just send us the inquiry and we will be very happy to send you the bearing details.

Q: Could you accept OEM and customize?
A: Yes, we can customize for you according to sample or drawing, but, pls provide us technical data, such as dimension and mark.

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Rolling Element: Single Row
Material: 304
Load Direction: Radial Spherical Plain Bearing
Add Lubricant: Self-lubricating
Outer Structure: Outer Ring of Single-Slit
Rod End: Rod End
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What are the Common Signs of Wear or Damage in Ball Bearings that Indicate the Need for Replacement?

Ball bearings are subjected to wear and stress during operation, and over time, they may exhibit signs of damage or deterioration that warrant replacement. Recognizing these signs is crucial to prevent catastrophic failure and ensure safe and reliable operation. Here are the common signs of wear or damage in ball bearings:

  • Unusual Noise:

If you hear unusual grinding, clicking, or rumbling noises coming from the bearing during operation, it may indicate worn-out or damaged components. Unusual noise suggests that the bearing is no longer operating smoothly.

  • Vibration:

Excessive vibration in the machinery can be a sign of bearing wear. Vibrations can result from uneven wear, misalignment, or damaged components within the bearing.

  • Increased Temperature:

Higher operating temperatures than usual may indicate increased friction due to inadequate lubrication, wear, or other issues. Monitoring the bearing’s temperature can help identify potential problems.

  • Irregular Movement:

If you notice irregular movement, jerking, or sticking during rotation, it could be a sign that the bearing is no longer operating smoothly. This may be due to damaged rolling elements or raceways.

  • Reduced Performance:

If the machinery’s performance has decreased, it may be due to a compromised bearing. Reduced efficiency, increased energy consumption, or a decline in overall performance could be indicators of bearing wear.

  • Visible Wear or Damage:

Inspect the bearing for visible signs of wear, such as pitting, scoring, or discoloration on the rolling elements or raceways. Severe wear or damage is a clear indication that the bearing needs replacement.

  • Leakage or Contamination:

If there is evidence of lubricant leakage, contamination, or the presence of foreign particles around the bearing, it suggests that the seal or shield may be compromised, leading to potential damage.

  • Looseness or Excessive Play:

If you can feel excessive play or looseness when manually moving the bearing, it could indicate worn-out components or misalignment.

  • Reduced Lifespan:

If the bearing’s expected lifespan is significantly shorter than usual, it may be due to inadequate lubrication, excessive loads, or improper installation, leading to accelerated wear.

  • Frequent Failures:

If the bearing is consistently failing despite regular maintenance and proper use, it could indicate a chronic issue that requires addressing, such as inadequate lubrication or misalignment.

It’s important to conduct regular inspections, monitor performance, and address any signs of wear or damage promptly. Replacing worn or damaged ball bearings in a timely manner can prevent further damage to machinery, reduce downtime, and ensure safe and efficient operation.

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What Precautions should be taken to Prevent Contamination of Ball Bearings in Industrial Settings?

Preventing contamination of ball bearings is essential to ensure their proper function, longevity, and overall performance in industrial settings. Contaminants such as dust, dirt, debris, and particles can significantly impact bearing operation. Here are important precautions to take to prevent contamination of ball bearings:

  • Effective Sealing:

Choose ball bearings with appropriate seals or shields to prevent the ingress of contaminants. Seals provide a physical barrier against dust, moisture, and particles, ensuring the bearing’s interior remains clean.

  • Clean Environment:

Maintain a clean working environment around the machinery and equipment. Regularly clean the surrounding areas to prevent the accumulation of dirt and debris that could enter the bearings.

  • Proper Handling:

Handle bearings with clean hands and use gloves if necessary. Avoid touching the bearing surfaces with bare hands, as natural skin oils can transfer contaminants onto the bearing.

  • Clean Tools and Equipment:

Use clean tools and equipment during installation and maintenance to prevent introducing contaminants. Ensure that tools are properly cleaned before coming into contact with the bearing components.

  • Contamination-Controlled Workstations:

Establish contamination-controlled workstations for bearing handling, installation, and maintenance. These areas should have proper ventilation, filtered air, and minimal exposure to external contaminants.

  • Proper Lubrication:

Use the correct lubricant in appropriate quantities. Lubricants help create a barrier against contaminants and reduce friction. Regularly inspect and replenish lubrication to maintain its effectiveness.

  • Regular Inspections:

Implement a routine inspection schedule to monitor the condition of the bearings. Look for signs of contamination, wear, and damage. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.

  • Training and Education:

Train personnel on proper handling, installation, and maintenance practices to minimize the risk of contamination. Educated employees are more likely to take precautions and prevent accidental contamination.

  • Environmental Controls:

In sensitive environments, such as clean rooms or medical facilities, implement strict environmental controls to minimize the presence of contaminants that could affect bearing performance.

  • Regular Cleaning and Maintenance:

Perform regular cleaning and maintenance of machinery and equipment to prevent the buildup of contaminants. Keep bearings protected during maintenance to prevent debris from entering during the process.

  • Selection of Suitable Bearings:

Choose bearings that are specifically designed for the application’s environmental conditions. Some bearings have advanced sealing options or specialized coatings that enhance contamination resistance.

By implementing these precautions, industries can significantly reduce the risk of contamination in ball bearings, ensuring smooth operation, extended bearing life, and enhanced equipment reliability.

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What Factors should be Considered when Selecting a Ball Bearing for a Particular Application?

Selecting the right ball bearing for a specific application involves careful consideration of various factors to ensure optimal performance, longevity, and reliability. Here are the key factors that should be taken into account:

  • Load Type and Magnitude:

Determine the type of load (radial, axial, or combined) and the magnitude of the load that the bearing will need to support. Choose a bearing with the appropriate load-carrying capacity to ensure reliable operation.

  • Speed and Operating Conditions:

Consider the rotational speed of the application and the operating conditions, such as temperature, humidity, and exposure to contaminants. Different bearing types and materials are suited for varying speeds and environments.

  • Accuracy and Precision:

For applications requiring high accuracy and precision, such as machine tool spindles or optical instruments, choose high-precision bearings that can maintain tight tolerances and minimize runout.

  • Space Limitations:

If the application has limited space, choose miniature or compact ball bearings that can fit within the available dimensions without compromising performance.

  • Thrust and Radial Loads:

Determine whether the application requires predominantly thrust or radial load support. Choose the appropriate type of ball bearing (thrust, radial, or angular contact) based on the primary load direction.

  • Alignment and Misalignment:

If the application experiences misalignment between the shaft and housing, consider self-aligning ball bearings that can accommodate angular misalignment.

  • Mounting and Installation:

Consider the ease of mounting and dismounting the bearing. Some applications may benefit from features like flanges or snap rings for secure installation.

  • Lubrication and Maintenance:

Choose a bearing with appropriate lubrication options based on the application’s speed and temperature range. Consider whether seals or shields are necessary to protect the bearing from contaminants.

  • Environmental Conditions:

Factor in the operating environment, including exposure to corrosive substances, chemicals, water, or dust. Choose materials and coatings that can withstand the specific environmental challenges.

  • Bearing Material:

Select a bearing material that suits the application’s requirements. Common materials include stainless steel for corrosion resistance and high-carbon chrome steel for general applications.

  • Bearing Arrangement:

Consider whether a single-row, double-row, or multiple bearings in a specific arrangement are needed to accommodate the loads and moments present in the application.

By carefully evaluating these factors, engineers and designers can choose the most suitable ball bearing that aligns with the specific demands of the application, ensuring optimal performance, durability, and overall operational efficiency.

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China factory Egh25SA Short Length Linear Ball Bearing double row ball bearing

Product Description

Heavy load domestic high quality linear CZPT and linear blocks

Company Profile

HangZhou Wangong Precision Machinery Co., Ltd.

About US: Professional  producing Ball screw, Linear guide, linear shaft, Linear roller CZPT and linear motion bearings
HangZhou Wangong Precision Machinery Co., Ltd was founded in 2008 and is located in HangZhou City, ZHangZhoug Pro. China. We ahve built a R&D and profuction base of more than 52000m, Our expertise lies in manufacturing precision transmission components, As a distinguished high-tech enterprise, we seamlessly integrate research and development, production, sales, and service. We have successfully incorporated advanced equipment and cutting-edge technologies from renowned countries like Germany, Japan and ZheJiang .

Product Description

1,Intruduction

Our domestic square linear rail is very easy to interchange each other, or HIWIN parts. Because our size are the same as HIWIN brand. Therefore You will save the cost, but can be up to your requirement’s quality.
Linear CZPT is consisted of rail, block, rolling elements, retainer, recirculator, seal etc. By using the rolling elements, such as balls or rollers between the rail and block, the linear CZPT can achieve high precision linear motion. Linear CZPT block is divied to flange type and slim type without flange.or Seal type block, Standard type block, Double bearing type block, Short type block.  Also,
linear block is divided to high load capacity with standard block lenth and ultra high load capacity with longer block length.

2, All kinds of heavy load linear guides and blocks
 

            HGH-CA HGW-CC          EGH-CA/SA

    HGH-HA             HGW-HC              EGW-CA/SA

3,Products specifications
 

Brand name ERSK, (they are CZPT to interchange into HIWIN linear CZPT and blocks)
Product name Linear CZPT and block
Model no. HGH/HGW/EGH/EGW
Material S55C high carbon steel 
Service after-sale service and technical assistance as per customer’s
requirement and needs. Customers are always given quickly
support.
Length Max:6000mm, other length as your requirement
Delivery time Base on customer required quantity,by negotiated
Products packing Plastic bag+box case or wooden case, or according to
customer’s requestment
Sample Sample order could be available
Payment terms T/t or L/C are available for large orders, Paypal and West
Union for small orders
Shipping method DHL,UPS,TNT,FEDEX,EMS,Airfreight and by sea, By
negotiated
Quality ISO9001-2008

4, Data sheet

Related products

ERSK manufacturer main products

Our Advantages

As a distinguished high-tech enterprise, we seamlessly integrate research and development, production, sales, and service. We have successfully incorporated advanced equipment and cutting-edge technologies from renowned countries like Germany, Japan, and ZheJiang . Our commitment to innovation has led to the acquisition of multiple product design patents, and we proudly adhere to ISO9001 certification standards.

Our service

Our Team:
Professional technicians, high-quality production workers, 24-hour salespersons
OUR PHILOSOPHY:
Integrity is at the core of our values, and providing excellent 
service is our top priority. We begin by understanding your 
needs and strive to ensure your utmost satisfaction, forging a mutually beneficial relationship.
OUR MISSION:
Through technology and innovation, we strive to enhance 
product quality and deliver exceptional products and services 
to you.
OUR VISION:
We are firmly dedicated to CZPT the CZPT of highquality standards and venturing into the realm of world-class 
advanced manufacturing industries.
We are excited about the opportunity to work with you and 
exceed your expectations.

 

 

 

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Application: Warehouse Crane, Shipboard Crane, Goods Yard Crane, Building Crane, Workshop Crane, Machines
Material: S55c
Structure: Linear Motion Transmission
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What are the Challenges Associated with Noise Reduction in Ball Bearings?

Noise reduction in ball bearings is a crucial consideration, especially in applications where noise levels must be minimized for operational efficiency and user comfort. While ball bearings are designed to operate smoothly, there are several challenges associated with reducing noise in their operation:

  • Vibration:

Vibration generated by the movement of rolling elements and raceways can lead to noise. Even minor irregularities in bearing components or the mounting system can cause vibration that translates into audible noise.

  • Bearing Type and Design:

The type and design of the ball bearing can impact noise generation. For example, deep groove ball bearings are known for their quiet operation, while angular contact bearings can generate more noise due to their higher contact angles.

  • Lubrication:

Improper or inadequate lubrication can result in increased friction and wear, leading to noise. Choosing the right lubricant and maintaining proper lubrication levels are essential for reducing noise in ball bearings.

  • Bearing Clearance and Preload:

Incorrect clearance or preload settings can lead to noise issues. Excessive clearance or inadequate preload can cause the rolling elements to impact the raceways, resulting in noise during rotation.

  • Material and Manufacturing Quality:

The quality of materials and manufacturing processes can affect noise levels. Inconsistent or low-quality materials, improper heat treatment, or manufacturing defects can lead to noise generation during operation.

  • Surface Finish:

The surface finish of the rolling elements and raceways can impact noise. Rough surfaces can generate more noise due to increased friction and potential irregularities.

  • Sealing and Shielding:

Seals and shields that protect bearings can influence noise levels. While they are necessary for contamination prevention, they can also cause additional friction and generate noise.

  • Operating Conditions:

External factors such as temperature, speed, and load can influence noise levels. High speeds or heavy loads can amplify noise due to increased stress on the bearing components.

  • Wear and Deterioration:

As ball bearings wear over time, noise levels can increase. Worn components or inadequate lubrication can lead to more significant noise issues as the bearing operates.

To address these challenges and reduce noise in ball bearings, manufacturers and engineers employ various techniques, such as optimizing design, selecting suitable bearing types, using proper lubrication, maintaining accurate preload settings, and ensuring high-quality materials and manufacturing processes. Noise reduction efforts are essential to improve overall product quality, meet noise regulations, and enhance user experience in various applications.

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What Precautions should be taken to Prevent Contamination of Ball Bearings in Industrial Settings?

Preventing contamination of ball bearings is essential to ensure their proper function, longevity, and overall performance in industrial settings. Contaminants such as dust, dirt, debris, and particles can significantly impact bearing operation. Here are important precautions to take to prevent contamination of ball bearings:

  • Effective Sealing:

Choose ball bearings with appropriate seals or shields to prevent the ingress of contaminants. Seals provide a physical barrier against dust, moisture, and particles, ensuring the bearing’s interior remains clean.

  • Clean Environment:

Maintain a clean working environment around the machinery and equipment. Regularly clean the surrounding areas to prevent the accumulation of dirt and debris that could enter the bearings.

  • Proper Handling:

Handle bearings with clean hands and use gloves if necessary. Avoid touching the bearing surfaces with bare hands, as natural skin oils can transfer contaminants onto the bearing.

  • Clean Tools and Equipment:

Use clean tools and equipment during installation and maintenance to prevent introducing contaminants. Ensure that tools are properly cleaned before coming into contact with the bearing components.

  • Contamination-Controlled Workstations:

Establish contamination-controlled workstations for bearing handling, installation, and maintenance. These areas should have proper ventilation, filtered air, and minimal exposure to external contaminants.

  • Proper Lubrication:

Use the correct lubricant in appropriate quantities. Lubricants help create a barrier against contaminants and reduce friction. Regularly inspect and replenish lubrication to maintain its effectiveness.

  • Regular Inspections:

Implement a routine inspection schedule to monitor the condition of the bearings. Look for signs of contamination, wear, and damage. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.

  • Training and Education:

Train personnel on proper handling, installation, and maintenance practices to minimize the risk of contamination. Educated employees are more likely to take precautions and prevent accidental contamination.

  • Environmental Controls:

In sensitive environments, such as clean rooms or medical facilities, implement strict environmental controls to minimize the presence of contaminants that could affect bearing performance.

  • Regular Cleaning and Maintenance:

Perform regular cleaning and maintenance of machinery and equipment to prevent the buildup of contaminants. Keep bearings protected during maintenance to prevent debris from entering during the process.

  • Selection of Suitable Bearings:

Choose bearings that are specifically designed for the application’s environmental conditions. Some bearings have advanced sealing options or specialized coatings that enhance contamination resistance.

By implementing these precautions, industries can significantly reduce the risk of contamination in ball bearings, ensuring smooth operation, extended bearing life, and enhanced equipment reliability.

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What Factors should be Considered when Selecting a Ball Bearing for a Particular Application?

Selecting the right ball bearing for a specific application involves careful consideration of various factors to ensure optimal performance, longevity, and reliability. Here are the key factors that should be taken into account:

  • Load Type and Magnitude:

Determine the type of load (radial, axial, or combined) and the magnitude of the load that the bearing will need to support. Choose a bearing with the appropriate load-carrying capacity to ensure reliable operation.

  • Speed and Operating Conditions:

Consider the rotational speed of the application and the operating conditions, such as temperature, humidity, and exposure to contaminants. Different bearing types and materials are suited for varying speeds and environments.

  • Accuracy and Precision:

For applications requiring high accuracy and precision, such as machine tool spindles or optical instruments, choose high-precision bearings that can maintain tight tolerances and minimize runout.

  • Space Limitations:

If the application has limited space, choose miniature or compact ball bearings that can fit within the available dimensions without compromising performance.

  • Thrust and Radial Loads:

Determine whether the application requires predominantly thrust or radial load support. Choose the appropriate type of ball bearing (thrust, radial, or angular contact) based on the primary load direction.

  • Alignment and Misalignment:

If the application experiences misalignment between the shaft and housing, consider self-aligning ball bearings that can accommodate angular misalignment.

  • Mounting and Installation:

Consider the ease of mounting and dismounting the bearing. Some applications may benefit from features like flanges or snap rings for secure installation.

  • Lubrication and Maintenance:

Choose a bearing with appropriate lubrication options based on the application’s speed and temperature range. Consider whether seals or shields are necessary to protect the bearing from contaminants.

  • Environmental Conditions:

Factor in the operating environment, including exposure to corrosive substances, chemicals, water, or dust. Choose materials and coatings that can withstand the specific environmental challenges.

  • Bearing Material:

Select a bearing material that suits the application’s requirements. Common materials include stainless steel for corrosion resistance and high-carbon chrome steel for general applications.

  • Bearing Arrangement:

Consider whether a single-row, double-row, or multiple bearings in a specific arrangement are needed to accommodate the loads and moments present in the application.

By carefully evaluating these factors, engineers and designers can choose the most suitable ball bearing that aligns with the specific demands of the application, ensuring optimal performance, durability, and overall operational efficiency.

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China Standard 608zz Stainless Steel Mixer Motor Ball Bearing for Mixer Motor and Fan Motor deep groove ball bearing

Product Description

608ZZ bearing adopts double-sided stainless steel stamping dust cover, suitable for floor fan, shaking head fan, food mixer motor

608ZZ deep groove ball bearing parameters
Type: 608ZZ
Series: Deep Groove Ball Bearings
Material: Stainless steel
Inner diameter: 8 mm
Outer diameter: 22 mm
Thickness: 7 mm

608ZZ deep groove ball bearing display

We make various kinds of ball bearing as per customer’s drawing and samples. Our ball bearing is widely applied the different industrials. CZPT pays high attention on production detail and process to guarantee the insulation material quality.

We use many grease type: lithium grease, sodium grease (fiber grease), Ca compound base grease, non-soap base grease, which have a good mechanical stability and water resistance..  
 
Process

Materials incoming inspection Machining Forming
Rough face machining Rough O.D. machining Bore machining
Inner/outer ring chamfering Classification Packaging

Competitive advantages
1. Our ball bearing has a wide application, such as automotive industry, household appliances, power tools and etc.
2. We directly supply our ball bearing to many countries, like USA, France, Turkey, India, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico etc.
3. We have a wide range of ball bearing.
4. We could customize ball bearing for our customer.
 
Information needed for ball bearing inquiry
It will be better if customer could send us detailed drawing including below information.
1.Ball bearing model number
2. Ball bearing dimension
3. Ball bearing application
4. Required quantity
5. Other technical requirement. 

Shields Material
NIDE bearings employ carbon steel as standard. And the option of AISI-300 stainless steel is available when needed.
 

 

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Contact Angle: Customized
Aligning: Customized
Separated: Customized
Rows Number: Customized
Load Direction: Radial Bearing
Material: Bearing Steel

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Are there Specific Maintenance Practices to Ensure the Longevity of Ball Bearings?

Maintaining ball bearings is essential to ensure their longevity, reliable performance, and prevent premature failure. Proper maintenance practices can extend the lifespan of ball bearings and the equipment they are used in. Here are specific maintenance practices to consider:

  • Regular Lubrication:

Implement a regular lubrication schedule using the appropriate lubricant for the application. Lubrication reduces friction, prevents wear, and helps dissipate heat. Follow manufacturer guidelines for lubricant type, quantity, and frequency.

  • Clean Environment:

Keep the operating environment clean and free from contaminants. Dust, dirt, and debris can infiltrate bearings and cause damage. Use seals or shields to protect bearings from contaminants, especially in harsh environments.

  • Proper Installation:

Ensure correct installation of bearings using proper tools and techniques. Improper installation can lead to misalignment, uneven load distribution, and premature wear. Follow manufacturer recommendations for installation procedures.

  • Regular Inspections:

Perform routine visual inspections to check for signs of wear, damage, or contamination. Regular inspections can help identify issues early and prevent further damage. Pay attention to noise, vibration, and temperature changes.

  • Temperature Monitoring:

Monitor bearing temperatures during operation using infrared thermometers or sensors. Abnormal temperature increases can indicate inadequate lubrication, misalignment, or other problems.

  • Correct Handling:

Handle bearings with care to prevent damage during storage, transportation, and installation. Avoid dropping or subjecting them to impacts that can affect their internal components.

  • Bearing Removal and Replacement:

Follow proper procedures when removing and replacing bearings. Use appropriate tools and techniques to avoid damage to the bearing or the surrounding components.

  • Alignment Maintenance:

Maintain proper shaft and housing alignment to prevent excessive loads and wear on the bearing. Misalignment can lead to increased stress and premature failure.

  • Training and Education:

Provide training to operators and maintenance personnel on proper bearing maintenance and handling practices. Educated personnel are more likely to identify issues and perform maintenance correctly.

  • Documented Records:

Keep records of maintenance activities, inspections, lubrication schedules, and any issues encountered. This documentation helps track the bearing’s performance over time and informs future maintenance decisions.

By implementing these maintenance practices, you can ensure the longevity of ball bearings, minimize downtime, reduce operational costs, and maintain the reliability of the equipment they are a part of.

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How do Ceramic Ball Bearings Compare to Traditional Steel Ball Bearings in Terms of Performance?

Ceramic ball bearings and traditional steel ball bearings have distinct characteristics that can impact their performance in various applications. Here’s a comparison of how these two types of bearings differ in terms of performance:

  • Material Composition:

Ceramic Ball Bearings:

Ceramic ball bearings use ceramic rolling elements, typically made from materials like silicon nitride (Si3N4) or zirconium dioxide (ZrO2). These ceramics are known for their high hardness, low density, and resistance to corrosion and wear.

Traditional Steel Ball Bearings:

Traditional steel ball bearings use steel rolling elements. The type of steel used can vary, but common materials include chrome steel (52100) and stainless steel (440C). Steel bearings are known for their durability and strength.

  • Friction and Heat:

Ceramic Ball Bearings:

Ceramic bearings have lower friction coefficients compared to steel bearings. This results in reduced heat generation during operation, contributing to higher efficiency and potential energy savings.

Traditional Steel Ball Bearings:

Steel bearings can generate more heat due to higher friction coefficients. This can lead to increased energy consumption in applications where efficiency is crucial.

  • Weight:

Ceramic Ball Bearings:

Ceramic bearings are lighter than steel bearings due to the lower density of ceramics. This weight reduction can be advantageous in applications where minimizing weight is important.

Traditional Steel Ball Bearings:

Steel bearings are heavier than ceramic bearings due to the higher density of steel. This weight may not be as critical in all applications but could impact overall equipment weight and portability.

  • Corrosion Resistance:

Ceramic Ball Bearings:

Ceramic bearings have excellent corrosion resistance, making them suitable for applications in corrosive environments, such as marine or chemical industries.

Traditional Steel Ball Bearings:

Steel bearings are susceptible to corrosion, especially in harsh environments. Stainless steel variants offer improved corrosion resistance but may still corrode over time.

  • Speed and Precision:

Ceramic Ball Bearings:

Ceramic bearings can operate at higher speeds due to their lower friction and ability to withstand higher temperatures. They are also known for their high precision and low levels of thermal expansion.

Traditional Steel Ball Bearings:

Steel bearings can operate at high speeds as well, but their heat generation may limit performance in certain applications. Precision steel bearings are also available but may have slightly different characteristics compared to ceramics.

  • Cost:

Ceramic Ball Bearings:

Ceramic bearings are generally more expensive to manufacture than steel bearings due to the cost of ceramic materials and the challenges in producing precision ceramic components.

Traditional Steel Ball Bearings:

Steel bearings are often more cost-effective to manufacture, making them a more economical choice for many applications.

In conclusion, ceramic ball bearings and traditional steel ball bearings offer different performance characteristics. Ceramic bearings excel in terms of low friction, heat generation, corrosion resistance, and weight reduction. Steel bearings are durable, cost-effective, and widely used in various applications. The choice between the two depends on the specific requirements of the application, such as speed, precision, corrosion resistance, and budget considerations.

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How does Lubrication Impact the Performance and Lifespan of Ball Bearings?

Lubrication plays a critical role in the performance and lifespan of ball bearings. Proper lubrication ensures smooth operation, reduces friction, minimizes wear, and prevents premature failure. Here’s how lubrication impacts ball bearings:

  • Friction Reduction:

Lubrication creates a thin film between the rolling elements (balls) and the raceways of the bearing. This film reduces friction by separating the surfaces and preventing direct metal-to-metal contact. Reduced friction results in lower energy consumption, heat generation, and wear.

  • Wear Prevention:

Lubricants create a protective barrier that prevents wear and damage to the bearing’s components. Without proper lubrication, the repeated rolling and sliding of the balls against the raceways would lead to accelerated wear, surface pitting, and eventual failure.

  • Heat Dissipation:

Lubricants help dissipate heat generated during operation. The rolling elements and raceways can generate heat due to friction. Adequate lubrication carries away this heat, preventing overheating and maintaining stable operating temperatures.

  • Corrosion Resistance:

Lubrication prevents moisture and contaminants from coming into direct contact with the bearing’s surfaces. This helps protect the bearing against corrosion, rust, and the formation of debris that can compromise its performance and longevity.

  • Noise Reduction:

Lubricated ball bearings operate quietly because the lubricant cushions and dampens vibrations caused by the rolling motion. This noise reduction is crucial in applications where noise levels need to be minimized.

  • Seal Protection:

Lubricants help maintain the effectiveness of seals or shields that protect the bearing from contaminants. They create a barrier that prevents particles from entering the bearing and causing damage.

  • Improved Efficiency:

Properly lubricated ball bearings operate with reduced friction, leading to improved overall efficiency. This is especially important in applications where energy efficiency is a priority.

  • Lifespan Extension:

Effective lubrication significantly extends the lifespan of ball bearings. Bearings that are properly lubricated experience less wear, reduced fatigue, and a lower likelihood of premature failure.

  • Selection of Lubricant:

Choosing the right lubricant is essential. Factors such as speed, temperature, load, and environmental conditions influence the choice of lubricant type and viscosity. Some common lubricant options include grease and oil-based lubricants.

  • Regular Maintenance:

Regular lubrication maintenance is crucial to ensure optimal bearing performance. Bearings should be inspected and relubricated according to manufacturer recommendations and based on the application’s operating conditions.

In summary, proper lubrication is essential for the optimal performance, longevity, and reliability of ball bearings. It reduces friction, prevents wear, dissipates heat, protects against corrosion, and contributes to smooth and efficient operation in various industrial and mechanical applications.

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China Hot selling High Precision Spot Bearing Steel Thin-Wall Deep Groove Ball Bearings wholesaler

Product Description

ABOUT US
HangZhou Suijin machinery Technology Co,.Ltd is a profational manufacturer in HangZhou city, our main process is investment casting/precision casting and machining, for casting process, we have 2 kinds of production line, 1 is precision casting, another is water glass with competitive cost.

Apart from the investment casting workshop and machine workshop, we also provide the sand casting parts to meet the requirement for varial demand from our customer.

CERTIFICATIONS
Our company got the ISO9001 and IATF16949 certification, and aslo we are awarded the new high-tech enterprice by Chinese government, and we have more than 20 patent.

ADVANTAGES
 • More than 10 years experience on casting and machining
 • Advanced inspection equipment to ensure the tolerance
 • Flexible PO QTY to meet customer demand
 • Professional engineers in casting and machining
 • Competitive price and exllent parts quality
 • Nearby HangZhou port, on-time delivery

PROCESS FLOW

OEM&ODM SERVICE
HangZhou suijin machinery technology can provide the ODM&OEM service for customer, and main is ODM, we can manufacturing the customized parts according to 2D&3D, we have professional R&D team can take part in ealier development phase of the project.

AVALIABLE MATERIA & SURFACE TREATMENT

Avaliable Material
Carbon Steel  Alloy Steel High Chromium Cast Iron Low carbon steel
Stainless Steel Duplex Stainless Steel Steel bar Ductile Cast Iron
Surface treatment
Heat Treatment  Zinc Coating Blackening Mirror Polishing
Satin Polishing Electrolytic Polishing Shot Peening DACROMET

PRODUCT APPLICATION
AUTO PARTS

 • Exhaust inlet/outlet cone                                 • Shift sleeve                                 • Fuel rail bracket  
 • Tempreture sensor boss                                  • Mounting Brackets                      • Oxygen sensor boss 
 • Brake balance block                                        • EGR sensor boss                              • Exhaust valve body

ARCHITECTURAL HARDWARE

 • Mounting Base                                • Mounting plate                                                 • Bearing Covers   
 • Coupling                                          • Grount sleeve                                                  • Sprockets
 • Handle                                             • law glass curtain wall accessories                  • Side Plates                                                                                
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY PARTS

 • Tooth Blocks                                         • Track shoes                                             • Bucket Teeth   
 • Track Links                                           • Clamping                                                 • Mounting Brackets
 • Lifting Eyes                                           • Quick Joint                                              • Trencher Tooth     
                  
MARINE HARDWARE
 • Star handle                                              • Door hinge                                          • Folding Dock Cleat   
 • Mirror Polished Mooring                          • Hollow base boat rope cleat               • Mounting Brackets

VALVE/PUMP

 • Valve body                                   • Explosion-proof valves                              • Pipe fitting              

OTHERS
The casting part is wildly use in the industries, such as rail&transit parts, bicycle parts, casting impeller, food machine sorting components, solar mounting system parts, container safety parts, Electronic lock body, robot parts and so on, we have more than 20 patents related to this kinds of project in production.    

ADVANCED EQUIPMENTS 

Our company also equiped advance inspection equipment to meet the inspection requirement of the parts, so that we can sure the part can have a good quality.

MAIN EQUIPMENT LIST

Magnetic defect inspection Spectrometer HB hardness inspection Mechanical inspection
Ultrasonic defect inspection Roughness tester HR hardness inspection CMM inspection
Metallographic detector X-ray inspection Dye penetrant inspection 100% Thread inspection

FAQ 

Q1 Are you factory or trading company?
A1 We are factory located in HangZhou city, China
Q2 What kinds of language is avaliable?
A2 English, Chinese, except email cummunication, we are ok with video meeting and calling.
Q3 How should I place an order?
A3 We are receive the PO and production drawing by email.
Q4 Which shipping methed is ok for you?
A4 Normally shipping by sea and train is use for mass production order delivery.
DHL,TNT,FedEx, UPS,EMS air shipment is use for sample delivery.
Q5 How can I contact you?
A5 You can contact us by email, and also we can chat by Skype, Teams, WhatsApp, Facebook.
Q6  What kinds of drawing format can be use?
A6 PRO/E, Auto CAD, Solid Works, IGS, UG, CAD/CAM/CAE, STEP.
Q7 Which packing material do you use for sea shipping?
A7 For sea shipping, we will packaging with European standard wooden pallet.
The parts will packing with PE bag inside the carton box.
Q8 How do you deal with the RFQ?
A8 Sales receiving the RFQ—Feasiblity study meeting with R&D engineer—Feed back technical issues with Customer—Sales quoted

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Casting Method: Thermal Gravity Casting
Process: Investment Casting
Molding Technics: Gravity Casting
Application: Auto Parts
Material: Alloy Steel
Surface Preparation: Sand Blast
Samples:
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How does Preload Affect the Performance and Efficiency of Ball Bearings?

Preload is a crucial factor in ball bearing design that significantly impacts the performance, efficiency, and overall behavior of the bearings in various applications. Preload refers to the intentional axial force applied to the bearing’s rolling elements before it is mounted. This force eliminates internal clearance and creates contact between the rolling elements and the raceways. Here’s how preload affects ball bearing performance:

  • Reduction of Internal Clearance:

Applying preload reduces the internal clearance between the rolling elements and the raceways. This eliminates play within the bearing, ensuring that the rolling elements are in constant contact with the raceways. This reduced internal clearance enhances precision and reduces vibrations during operation.

  • Increased Stiffness:

Preloaded bearings are stiffer due to the elimination of internal clearance. This increased stiffness improves the bearing’s ability to handle axial and radial loads with higher accuracy and minimal deflection.

  • Minimized Axial Play:

Preload minimizes or eliminates axial play within the bearing. This is especially important in applications where axial movement needs to be minimized, such as machine tool spindles and precision instruments.

  • Enhanced Rigidity:

The stiffness resulting from preload enhances the bearing’s rigidity, making it less susceptible to deformation under load. This is critical for maintaining precision and accuracy in applications that require minimal deflection.

  • Reduction in Ball Slippage:

Preload reduces the likelihood of ball slippage within the bearing, ensuring consistent contact between the rolling elements and the raceways. This leads to improved efficiency and better load distribution.

  • Improved Running Accuracy:

Preloading enhances the running accuracy of the bearing, ensuring that it maintains precise rotational characteristics even under varying loads and speeds. This is essential for applications requiring high accuracy and repeatability.

  • Optimized Performance at High Speeds:

Preload helps prevent skidding and slipping of the rolling elements during high-speed operation. This ensures that the bearing remains stable, reducing the risk of noise, vibration, and premature wear.

  • Impact on Friction and Heat Generation:

While preload reduces internal clearance and friction, excessive preload can lead to higher friction and increased heat generation. A balance must be struck between optimal preload and minimizing friction-related issues.

  • Application-Specific Considerations:

The appropriate amount of preload depends on the application’s requirements, such as load, speed, accuracy, and operating conditions. Over-preloading can lead to increased stress and premature bearing failure, while under-preloading may result in inadequate rigidity and reduced performance.

Overall, preload plays a critical role in optimizing the performance, accuracy, and efficiency of ball bearings. Engineers must carefully determine the right preload level for their specific applications to achieve the desired performance characteristics and avoid potential issues related to overloading or inadequate rigidity.

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What Precautions should be taken to Prevent Contamination of Ball Bearings in Industrial Settings?

Preventing contamination of ball bearings is essential to ensure their proper function, longevity, and overall performance in industrial settings. Contaminants such as dust, dirt, debris, and particles can significantly impact bearing operation. Here are important precautions to take to prevent contamination of ball bearings:

  • Effective Sealing:

Choose ball bearings with appropriate seals or shields to prevent the ingress of contaminants. Seals provide a physical barrier against dust, moisture, and particles, ensuring the bearing’s interior remains clean.

  • Clean Environment:

Maintain a clean working environment around the machinery and equipment. Regularly clean the surrounding areas to prevent the accumulation of dirt and debris that could enter the bearings.

  • Proper Handling:

Handle bearings with clean hands and use gloves if necessary. Avoid touching the bearing surfaces with bare hands, as natural skin oils can transfer contaminants onto the bearing.

  • Clean Tools and Equipment:

Use clean tools and equipment during installation and maintenance to prevent introducing contaminants. Ensure that tools are properly cleaned before coming into contact with the bearing components.

  • Contamination-Controlled Workstations:

Establish contamination-controlled workstations for bearing handling, installation, and maintenance. These areas should have proper ventilation, filtered air, and minimal exposure to external contaminants.

  • Proper Lubrication:

Use the correct lubricant in appropriate quantities. Lubricants help create a barrier against contaminants and reduce friction. Regularly inspect and replenish lubrication to maintain its effectiveness.

  • Regular Inspections:

Implement a routine inspection schedule to monitor the condition of the bearings. Look for signs of contamination, wear, and damage. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.

  • Training and Education:

Train personnel on proper handling, installation, and maintenance practices to minimize the risk of contamination. Educated employees are more likely to take precautions and prevent accidental contamination.

  • Environmental Controls:

In sensitive environments, such as clean rooms or medical facilities, implement strict environmental controls to minimize the presence of contaminants that could affect bearing performance.

  • Regular Cleaning and Maintenance:

Perform regular cleaning and maintenance of machinery and equipment to prevent the buildup of contaminants. Keep bearings protected during maintenance to prevent debris from entering during the process.

  • Selection of Suitable Bearings:

Choose bearings that are specifically designed for the application’s environmental conditions. Some bearings have advanced sealing options or specialized coatings that enhance contamination resistance.

By implementing these precautions, industries can significantly reduce the risk of contamination in ball bearings, ensuring smooth operation, extended bearing life, and enhanced equipment reliability.

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What are the Different Components that Make up a Typical Ball Bearing?

A typical ball bearing consists of several essential components that work together to reduce friction and support loads. Here are the main components that make up a ball bearing:

  • Outer Ring:

The outer ring is the stationary part of the bearing that provides support and houses the other components. It contains raceways (grooves) that guide the balls’ movement.

  • Inner Ring:

The inner ring is the rotating part of the bearing that attaches to the shaft. It also contains raceways that correspond to those on the outer ring, allowing the balls to roll smoothly.

  • Balls:

The spherical balls are the rolling elements that reduce friction between the inner and outer rings. Their smooth rolling motion enables efficient movement and load distribution.

  • Cage or Retainer:

The cage, also known as the retainer, maintains a consistent spacing between the balls. It prevents the balls from touching each other, reducing friction and preventing jamming.

  • Seals and Shields:

Many ball bearings include seals or shields to protect the internal components from contaminants and retain lubrication. Seals provide better protection against contaminants, while shields offer less resistance to rotation.

  • Lubricant:

Lubrication is essential to reduce friction, wear, and heat generation. Bearings are typically filled with lubricants that ensure smooth movement between the balls and raceways.

  • Flanges and Snap Rings:

In some designs, flanges or snap rings are added to help position and secure the bearing in its housing or on the shaft. Flanges prevent axial movement, while snap rings secure the bearing radially.

  • Raceways:

Raceways are the grooved tracks on the inner and outer rings where the balls roll. The shape and design of the raceways influence the bearing’s load-carrying capacity and performance.

  • Anti-Friction Shield:

In certain high-speed applications, a thin anti-friction shield can be placed between the inner and outer rings to minimize friction and heat generation.

These components work together to enable the smooth rolling motion, load support, and reduced friction that characterize ball bearings. The proper design and assembly of these components ensure the bearing’s optimal performance and longevity in various applications.

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