Product Description

Bearing Ball bearings 5*16*5mm Chrome steel miniature deep groove ball bearing 625ZZ/2RS

Bearing parameters:
 

CHROME STEEL*     Dimensions in mm unless otherwise specified
 
Bore O.D. Width Open Bearing Shielded Bearing Sealed Bearing Basic Load Ratings
      KN
HNS HNS HNS dynamic static
Reference Reference Reference C Co
20 42 12 6004 6004ZZ 6004-2RS 7.22 4.46
47 14 6204 6204ZZ 6204-2RS 12.7 6.5
52 15 6304 6304ZZ 6304-2RS 15.9 7.8
25 47 12 6005 6005ZZ 6005-2RS 10.1 5.85
52 15 6205 6205ZZ 6205-2RS 14 7.8
62 17 6305 6305ZZ 6305-2RS 22.5 11.6
80 21 6405 6405ZZ 6405-2RS 36.1 19.4
30 55 13 6006 6006ZZ 6006-2RS 10.2 6.91
62 16 6206 6206ZZ 6206-2RS 19.5 11.2
72 19 6306 6306ZZ 6306-2RS 28.1 16
90 23 6406 6406ZZ 6406-2RS 43.4 23.9
35 62 14 6007 6007ZZ 6007-2RS 16 10.3
72 17 6207 6207ZZ 6207-2RS 25.5 15.3
80 21 6307 6307ZZ 6307-2RS 33.2 19
100 25 6407 6407ZZ 6407-2RS 55 31
40 68 15 6008 6008ZZ 6008-2RS 13 11.5
80 18 6208 6208ZZ 6208-2RS 29.8 18
90 23 6308 6308ZZ 6308-2RS 39.8 23.3
110 27 6408 6408ZZ 6408-2RS 65.5 37.5
45 75 16 6009 6009ZZ 6009-2RS 21 14.9
85 19 6209 6209ZZ 6209-2RS 32.2 21
100 25 6309 6309ZZ 6309-2RS 51.1 30.5
120 29 6409 6409ZZ 6409-2RS 77.5 45.5
50 80 16 6571 6571ZZ 6571-2RS 22 16.2
90 20 6210 6210ZZ 6210-2RS 34 22.5
110 27 6310 6310ZZ 6310-2RS 59.9 36.9
130 31 6410 6410ZZ 6410-2RS 92.2 55.2
55 90 18 6011 6011ZZ 6011-2RS 30.4 22
100 21 6211 6211ZZ 6211-2RS 43.3 28.1
120 29 6311 6311ZZ 6311-2RS 71.5 44.6
140 33 6411 6411ZZ 6411-2RS 100 62.5
60 95 18 6012 6012ZZ 6012-2RS 30.7 22.7
110 22 6212 6212ZZ 6212-2RS 46.1 31.5
130 31 6312 6312ZZ 6312-2RS 79.4 50.4
150 35 6412 6412ZZ 6412-2RS 109 70
65 100 18 6013 6013ZZ 6013-2RS 32.1 24.9
120 23 6213 6213ZZ 6213-2RS 54.2 39.3
140 33 6313 6313ZZ 6313-2RS 89.5 59.7
160 37 6413 6413ZZ 6413-2RS 118 78.5
70 110 20 6014 6014ZZ 6014-2RS 38.6 30.6
125 24 6214 6214ZZ 6214-2RS 58.9 43.6
150 35 6314 6314ZZ 6314-2RS 101 66
180 42 6414 6414ZZ 6414-2RS 140 99.5
75 115 20 6015 6015ZZ 6015-2RS 31 33.1
130 25 6215 6215ZZ 6215-2RS 64.3 47.5
160 37 6315 6315ZZ 6315-2RS 111 74.2
190 45 6415 6415ZZ 6415-2RS 154 115
80 125 22 6016 6016ZZ 6016-2RS 47.5 39.8
140 26 6216 6216ZZ 6216-2RS 68.1 53.3
170 39 6316 6316ZZ 6316-2RS 120 83.9
200 48 6416 6416ZZ 6416-2RS 163 125
85 130 22 6017 6017ZZ 6017-2RS 50.8 42.8
150 28 6217 6217ZZ 6217-2RS 83.2 64
180 41 6317 6317ZZ 6317-2RS 132 96.5
210 52 6417 6417ZZ 6417-2RS 175 138
90 140 24 6018 6018ZZ 6018-2RS 58 49.8
160 30 6218 6218ZZ 6218-2RS 92.7 71.3
190 43 6318 6318ZZ 6318-2RS 145 108
225 54 6418 6418ZZ 6418-2RS 192 158
95 145 24 6019 6019ZZ 6019-2RS 57.8 50
170 32 6219 6219ZZ 6219-2RS 105 79.1
200 45 6319 6319ZZ 6319-2RS 157 122
100 150 24 6571 6571ZZ 6571-2RS 64.5 56.2
180 34 6220 6220ZZ 6220-2RS 118 88.4
215 47 6320 6320ZZ 6320-2RS 173 140
105 160 26 6571 6571ZZ 6571-2RS 71.8 63.2
190 36 6221 6221ZZ 6221-2RS 126 98.8
225 49 6321 6321ZZ 6321-2RS 173 145
110 170 28 6571 6571ZZ 6571-2RS 81.9 72.9
200 38 6222 6222ZZ 6222-2RS 136 112
240 50 6322 6322ZZ 6322-2RS 193 171
120 180 28 6571 6571ZZ 6571-2RS 88.7 79.7
215 40 6224 6224ZZ 6224-2RS 139 112
260 55 6324 6324ZZ 6324-2RS 217 196
130 200 33 6026 6026ZZ 6026-2RS 105 96.8
230 40 6226 6226ZZ 6226-2RS 148 125
280 58 6326 6326ZZ 6326-2RS 218 205
140 210 33 6571 6571ZZ 6571-2RS 116 108
250 42 6228 6228ZZ 6228-2RS 179 167
300 62 6328 6328ZZ 6328-2RS 275 272
150 225 35 6030 6030ZZ 6030-2RS 132 125
270 45 6230 6230ZZ 6230-2RS 190 183
160 240 38 6032 6032ZZ 6032-2RS 145 138
290 48 6232 6232ZZ 6232-2RS 215 218

About Deep Groove Ball Cearing

  • 6000 Series – Extra Light Ball Bearings – Ideal for limited space applications
  • 6200 Series – Light Series Ball Bearings – Balanced between space and load capacity
  • 6300 Series – Medium Series Ball Bearings – Ideal for heavier load capacity applications

Deep groove ball bearing component:

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Aligning: Non-Aligning Bearing
Separated: Unseparated
Rows Number: Single
Load Direction: Radial Bearing
Material: Bearing Steel
Contact Angle: 0
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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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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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