What are the characteristics of a ball bearing?

What are the characteristics of a ball bearing?

This type of bearing was originally designed for very high stiffness and is used in combination with cylindrical roller bearings. Therefore they already incorporate small balls and have traditionally had a steep contact angle of 60°.

Why choose Nachi bearings?

The Nachi bearings business started out by using the superior materials made by our own company, and by applying expertise in cutting and heat treatment acquired from our experience with cutting-tool manufacturing. As a result, you get high speed and high precision bearings that are durable and compact.

What are the common materials used in bearings?

Silicon nitride is a ceramic material with the chemical formula Si 3 N 4 and is today the ceramic material most commonly used for rolling bearings for both technical and economical reasons. Bearings with only the rolling elements made of ceramics are mainly used for high speed applications.

What happens to the load on the outer ring of ball bearings?

The load on the outer ring raceway will increase and on the inner ring raceway it will decrease. In the case of an angular contact ball bearing this will moreover result in a decreased operating contact angle at the outer ring and an increased angle at the inner ring.

This kind of ball bearing has a spherical outer race, allowing the axis of the bearing to “wander around”. This is important because misalignment is one of the big causes of bearing failure. Designed to take large axial loads as well as radial loads. Designed for heavy radial loads. Intended for exclusively axial loads. Typical ball bearing.

What are the different types of bearings?

2 RS Bearing with rubber seal on both sides. RS Bearing with rubber seal on one side, on 2 Z / ZZ Bearing with a metal seal on both sides. Z Bearing with a metal seal on one side, o E Reinforced Design

What does 6224 mean on a ball bearing?

For example, the code 6224 stands for a deep-groove ball bearing with a bore size of 120 mm. Diameters of 10, 12, 15 and 17 mm are an exception. In these cases, 00 indicates a diameter of 10 mm, 01 stands for 12 mm, 02 means 15 mm and the code 03 corre-sponds to a diameter of 17 mm.

What are axial cylindrical roller bearings?

Specific geometry of angular contact bearing raceways and shoulders creates ball contact angles that support higher axial loads Axial cylindrical roller bearings comprise axial cylindrical roller and cage assemblies and shaft and housing locating washers.