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ZheJiang Furlante Bearing Technology Co  is a professional bearing manufacturer with factory and trade. Our company is mainly engaged in deep groove ball bearings,apered roller bearings,External spherical housing bearings,Thrust ball bearings,Linear CZPT bearing system. We have a self-developed team to design and improve the bearings. To meet the needs of different customers. we provide oem and odm,and we have a perfect quality inspection system and professional after-sales service team. we will provide you the best products and services with the most reasonable price.

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Bearing   No. GERMANY SWEDEN JAPAN Dimension(mm)   kg
d1 D B C
DAC25525716   565592       25   52   20.6   20.6   0.19 
DAC25520037  156704      25  52  37  37  0.31 
DAC25520042        25  52  42  42  0.36 
DAC25520043  546467/576467      25  52  43  43  0.36 
DAC25550043    617546A  25BWD01  25  55  43  43  0.44 
DAC25560032  445979  BT2B445539AA    25  56  32  32  0.34 
DAC29530037  857123AB      29  53  37  37  0.35 
DAC30600037    BAH5000    30  60  37  37  0.42 
DAC30600337  529891AB      30  60.3  37  37  0.42 
DAC30600337  545312/581736      30  60.3  37  37  0.42 
DAC34620037  531910/561447  BA2B633313CA  30BWD07  34  62  37  37  0.41 
DAC34640034    434201B/VKBA1307  30BWD07  34  64  34  34  0.43 
DAC34640037  532066DE  BAHB311316B/3 0571 4    34  64  37  37  0.47 
DAC34640037  540466B/8571  VKBA1382  34BWD03/ACA78  34  64  37  37  0.47 
DAC34660037  559529/580400CA  605214/VKBA1306  34BWD04/BCA70  34  66  37  37  0.5 
DAC35640037    BA2B3 0571 6  34BWD11  35  64  35  35  0.4 
DAC35650035  546238A  636114A/479399  34BWD10B  35  65  35  35  0.4 
DAC35650037    BAH0042    35  65  37  37  0.51 
DAC35660032    BA2B443952/445620B    35  66  32  32  0.42 
DAC35660033      35BWD19E  35  66  33  33  0.43 
DAC35660037  544307C/581571A  445980A/BAH-5001A    35  66  37  37  0.48 
DAC35680037  430042C  633676/BAH-0015    35  68  37  37  0.52 
DAC35680037  541153A/549676  311309/BAH-571    35  68  37  37  0.52 
DAC35720033  548083  633528F/633295B  35BWD21(4RS)  35  72  33  33  0.58 
DAC35720033  548033  BAH0031    35  72  33  33  0.58 
DAC3572571    BA2B445535AE  XGB 4571  35  72.04  33  33  0.58 
DAC35725713/31  562686  456162/44762B  XGB 4571  35  72.02  33  31  0.54 
DAC35720034  54 0571 /548376A  BAHB633669/BAH0013    35  72  34  34  0.58 
DAC35770042    VKBA1343  35BWD06ACA111  34.99  77.04  42  42  0.86 
DAC37720033    VKBA857  35BWD01C  37  72  33  33  0.51 
DAC37720037    VKBA3763    37  72  37  37  0.59 
DAC37725717  527631  BAH0051B    37  72.02  37  37  0.59 
DAC37740045  541521C  BAH0012AM5S    37  74  45  45  0.79 
DAC38700037  ZFRTBRGHOO37  633571CB    38  70  37  37  0.56 
DAC38700038    35715A  37BWD01B  38  70  38  38  0.57 
DAC38710033/30    BAHB636193C    37.99  71.02  33  30  0.5 
DAC38710039   574795A  686908A  38BWD31CA53  37.99  71  39  39  0.62 
DAC38720036/33     FW135  38BWD09ACA120  38  72  36  33   
DAC38720040  575069B  VKBA3929  30BWD22  38  72  40  40  0.63 
DAC38730040       30BWD12  38  73  40  40  0.67 
DAC38740036/33   574795A  VKBA1377    38  74  36  33  0.61 


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Contact Angle: 60°
Aligning: Non-Aligning Bearing
Separated: Unseparated
Load Direction: Radial Bearing
Material: Bearing Steel
Clearance: C0 /C2/C3
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steel ball bearing

Can you describe the various types of seals and shields used with steel ball bearings for contamination prevention?

Steel ball bearings are often equipped with seals and shields to prevent contamination from entering the bearing and affecting its performance. These protective components act as barriers, keeping out solid particles, liquids, and other contaminants that could lead to premature wear, corrosion, or damage. Here are some of the common types of seals and shields used with steel ball bearings for contamination prevention:

1. Rubber Seals:

Rubber seals, also known as contact seals or lip seals, are widely used to provide effective contamination protection for steel ball bearings. These seals are typically made of synthetic rubber materials, such as nitrile rubber (NBR) or fluoroelastomer (FKM). Rubber seals are designed to have direct contact with the bearing inner and outer rings, creating a physical barrier against contaminants. They form a tight seal around the rotating inner ring, preventing the ingress of dust, dirt, moisture, and other particles. Rubber seals offer good sealing performance and are effective in most operating conditions.

2. Metal Shields:

Metal shields, also known as non-contact shields or metal covers, are metallic components that provide contamination protection for steel ball bearings. These shields are typically made of steel or stainless steel and feature a circular shape that covers the bearing opening. Metal shields do not come into direct contact with the bearing rings but provide a physical barrier against larger particles and debris. They are designed with a small gap between the shield and the inner ring, allowing for minimal friction and unrestricted rotation. Metal shields are commonly used in applications where low torque and high-speed operation are required.

3. Felt Seals:

Felt seals are simple and cost-effective sealing components used with steel ball bearings. These seals are made from compressed or impregnated felt material. Felt seals can be installed in the outer ring of the bearing to create a barrier against dust and small particles. While they provide limited protection against liquid contaminants, felt seals are effective in preventing the ingress of solid particles. Felt seals are commonly used in applications where moderate contamination protection is required, and the operating conditions are not excessively demanding.

4. Labyrinth Seals:

Labyrinth seals are non-contact seals that use a complex, tortuous path to prevent contaminants from entering the bearing. They consist of multiple interlocking grooves or ridges on the bearing housing and the seal itself. The labyrinth design creates a series of barriers that impede the entry of particles and fluids. Labyrinth seals are effective in providing contamination protection in applications where high-speed rotation, heavy contamination, or exposure to liquids is a concern. They offer low friction and can withstand challenging operating conditions.

5. Combination Seals and Shields:

In some cases, steel ball bearings may be equipped with combination seals and shields to provide enhanced contamination protection. These hybrid sealing arrangements combine the benefits of both seals and shields to provide a higher level of defense against contaminants. For example, a bearing may feature a rubber seal on one side to provide excellent sealing performance, while having a metal shield on the other side to allow for lower friction and higher speed operation. Combination seals and shields offer versatility and can be tailored to specific application requirements.

6. Customized Sealing Solutions:

Depending on the specific application and operating conditions, customized sealing solutions may be developed for steel ball bearings. These solutions can involve the use of specialized materials, unique designs, or additional protective features. Customized seals and shields are typically designed to address specific challenges, such as extreme temperatures, aggressive chemicals, high-pressure environments, or stringent cleanliness requirements. Manufacturers and bearing suppliers can work with customers to develop tailored sealing solutions that provide optimal contamination prevention for their specific applications.

Seals and shields play a critical role in preventing contamination and maintaining the performance and service life of steel ball bearings. The choice of the appropriate seal or shield depends on factors such as the operating environment, speed, load, and level of contamination risk. By effectively preventing the ingress of contaminants, these protective components help ensure the reliable and efficient operation of machinery and equipment.

steel ball bearing

Can you explain the installation and alignment considerations for steel ball bearings?

Proper installation and alignment are critical for the optimal performance and longevity of steel ball bearings. Let’s explore the key considerations for installing and aligning these bearings:

1. Cleanliness:

Prior to installation, it is essential to ensure that the bearing housing, shaft, and surrounding components are clean and free from dirt, debris, and contaminants. Any particles or impurities can affect the bearing’s performance and cause premature wear or damage. Cleaning the surfaces thoroughly and using appropriate cleaning agents or solvents is recommended.

2. Shaft and Housing Tolerances:

Steel ball bearings require precise shaft and housing tolerances for proper fit and alignment. It is crucial to follow the manufacturer’s specifications and guidelines for the recommended tolerance range. Excessive clearance or interference can lead to improper load distribution, increased friction, and premature failure of the bearing.

3. Bearing Handling:

When handling steel ball bearings, care should be taken to avoid dropping or impacting the bearing. Rough handling can cause damage to the balls, raceways, or cage, compromising the bearing’s performance. It is advisable to use clean gloves and suitable tools to prevent contamination or accidental damage during the installation process.

4. Mounting Methods:

There are various methods for mounting steel ball bearings, including press fitting, thermal expansion, and using mounting tools. The chosen method should be appropriate for the bearing size, type, and application. Applying force evenly and gradually while avoiding excessive pressure is crucial to prevent bearing distortions or misalignment during mounting.

5. Lubrication:

Prior to installation, the bearing should be properly lubricated with the recommended lubricant. Lubrication ensures smooth operation, reduces friction, and protects against premature wear. The appropriate quantity and type of lubricant should be applied according to the manufacturer’s instructions, taking into account factors such as speed, load, and operating conditions.

6. Bearing Alignment:

Proper alignment of steel ball bearings is essential for even load distribution and minimizing stress on the bearing components. Misalignment can lead to increased friction, vibration, and premature failure. Aligning the bearing with the shaft and housing using appropriate alignment tools or techniques, such as dial indicators or laser alignment systems, helps ensure optimal performance and longevity.

7. Preload and Clearance:

Depending on the application, preload or clearance adjustments may be necessary to achieve the desired performance. Preload refers to applying a slight internal axial load to eliminate internal clearance, while clearance allows for a certain level of axial or radial play. The appropriate preload or clearance should be determined based on the manufacturer’s recommendations and the specific operating conditions.

8. Post-Installation Checks:

After the bearing is installed, it is important to perform post-installation checks to verify proper alignment, smooth rotation, and absence of abnormal noise or vibration. These checks can involve verifying the bearing’s axial and radial runout, conducting visual inspections, and monitoring the bearing’s performance during the initial operation.

By considering these installation and alignment considerations for steel ball bearings, it is possible to ensure the correct fit, alignment, and performance of the bearings. Proper installation and alignment contribute to reduced friction, extended bearing life, and reliable operation in various industrial applications.

steel ball bearing

Can you describe the load-carrying capacity and load ratings of steel ball bearings?

Load-carrying capacity and load ratings are important factors to consider when using steel ball bearings in mechanical systems. Let’s delve into these aspects in detail:

Load-Carrying Capacity:

Load-carrying capacity refers to the maximum amount of load that a bearing can support without experiencing excessive deformation or failure. Steel ball bearings are designed to handle both radial loads (perpendicular to the shaft) and axial loads (parallel to the shaft). The load-carrying capacity of steel ball bearings depends on various factors, including the size and number of balls, the quality of the steel used, and the design of the bearing.

Radial Load: Steel ball bearings can carry radial loads, which are forces acting perpendicular to the shaft. The load-carrying capacity for radial loads is influenced by factors such as the ball size, the number of balls, and the contact angle between the balls and the raceways. The distribution of the load across multiple balls and the ability of the balls to roll smoothly help in evenly distributing the load and preventing excessive stress on individual balls.

Axial Load: Steel ball bearings can also support axial loads, which are forces acting parallel to the shaft. Axial load-carrying capacity is determined by the design of the bearing, including factors such as the contact angle, ball size, and the presence of thrust-specific features like retainers or washers. Bearings specifically designed for axial loads, such as thrust ball bearings, are optimized to handle high axial loads while maintaining smooth motion.

Load Ratings:

Load ratings provide standardized values to help engineers and users select the appropriate bearing for a given application. The load ratings indicate the maximum loads that a bearing can carry under specific conditions without exceeding a certain level of deformation or fatigue life.

Dynamic Load Rating (C): The dynamic load rating represents the maximum radial load or axial load that a group of bearings can carry for a specified number of revolutions or operating hours, without premature failure due to fatigue. It is typically expressed in Newtons (N) or pounds-force (lbf). The dynamic load rating is important for applications with rotating or oscillating loads, as it helps determine the bearing’s suitability and expected service life under dynamic conditions.

Static Load Rating (Co): The static load rating indicates the maximum radial load or axial load that a bearing can withstand without permanent deformation. It is measured under stationary or non-rotating conditions and is typically higher than the dynamic load rating. The static load rating is crucial for applications with sustained or long-duration loads, where the bearing may experience prolonged stress without rotation.

Manufacturers provide load ratings for different types and sizes of steel ball bearings, enabling engineers to select the appropriate bearing based on the anticipated loads and operating conditions of the application.

In summary, the load-carrying capacity of steel ball bearings depends on their design and factors such as ball size, number of balls, and contact angles. Load ratings, including dynamic load ratings and static load ratings, provide standardized values to guide the selection of bearings based on their ability to support specific loads without premature failure or deformation.

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