These bearings have two rows of barrel shaped (spherical) rollers which run on a common spherical outer and inner raceway, they are inclined at an angle to the bearing’s axis. Their design offers many features such as self-alignment, insensitivity to misalignment, tolerance to heavy radial and axial loads etc. Please Leave Your Contact for MoreContinue reading “Sperical Roller Bearings”
Tapered roller bearings have tapered inner and outer ring raceways between which tapered rollers are arranged, optimizing rolling conditions. Tapered roller bearings are utilized in applications where there is a combination of radial and axial (thrust) loads.
Cylindrical roller bearing from WXGZ® can be ideal for machine tools, compressors, cement pulverizers, and many other applications that require a heavy dynamic or static radial load capacity at high speeds. A cage-guided cylindrical roller bearing helps keep the rolling elements in place, which becomes more crucial as loads get heavier. A cylindrical roller bearingContinue reading “Cylindrical Roller Bearings”
Insert bearings are generally used for strong, heavy applications. Y-bearings are inserted into a “housing” unit that usually comes with the bearing itself.
One of the most commonly used bearings, the open types are manufactured without seals to allow for the free circulation of either oil or grease, used in gearboxes and other environments where no foreign matter would be present and a lubricant supply is available. Rubber and metal seals are also avaliable.
Software for gearbox development The FVA-Workbench is a manufacturer-neutral tool for the simulation and calculation oftransmission systems. As product development cycles become shorter, powerful modelingapproaches and calculation algorithms become increasingly important. The predominantly analytical approaches in the FVA-Workbench deliver fast and reliable solutions to all important issues related to drive technology. For bodies that cannotContinue reading “The influence of rolling bearing profiling on Rigidity and Rating Life”
By BearingAdmin -February 3, 2020 In most pump applications, it is not always necessary to run the pump at full speed. Flow rate has traditionally been decreased with flow control valves, but this has disadvantages. Nowadays the flow is often controlled by running the pump’s motor on a variable frequency drive (VFD). Besides well-controlled flow rates, VFDsContinue reading “Pumping Systems on VFD Need Bearing Protection”
When a rolling bearing is damaged during machine operation, the entire machine or equipment can seize or malfunction. Since bearings that fail prematurely or unexpectedly cause trouble, it is important to be able to identify and predict failure beforehand, so that preventive measures can be adopted. Damage Condition When debris such as small metallic particlesContinue reading “Bearing Failure RCA: Denting”