SKF Bearing

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Bearings reduce friction between two objects, which allows moving parts to run smoother. Bearings are divided into two main categories: thrust bearings and radial bearings. Thrust bearings support axial loads, which are parallel to the axis of rotation, while radial bearings support turning shafts perpendicular to the axis of rotation. Depending on the application, there is a wide range of bearings to choose from. Common types of bearings include ball bearings, split bearings, and roller bearings. Bearings are also available in mounted, unmounted, and flange styles. Ball bearings are the most common type of bearing and are used in applications requiring support of smaller loads. Split bearings are ideal for hard-to-reach places and quick installation while roller bearings are suitable for heavier loads. Roller bearings are generally available in three styles: tapered roller bearings, cylindrical roller bearings, and spherical roller bearings. Key elements to consider when selecting bearings are outer diameter and the shaft diameter the bearing will fit.

10 mm x 26 mm x 8 mm SKF 6000 bearing

155.575 mm 26.988 mm
111.125 mm 101.6 mm

SKF 6556 bearing

1.0 mm 35 mm
0.46 kg ZMaRC

40 mm x 80 mm x 18 mm SKF 6208 bearing

M 12 50 mm
18 mm MS 31/630

30 mm x 55 mm x 13 mm SKF 6006 bearing

4000 rpm 2.00 mm
95000 N 110.0000 mm

35 mm x 72 mm x 17 mm SKF 6207 bearing

6.5 mm 1040 kN
Triple-lip seals 68.3 mm

SKF 3656 bearing

85 mm 5.140 kN
113.000 kN 46.370 kN

SKF 402 bearing

23400 N 15000 rpm
0.60 mm 14600 N

SKF 350 bearing

360 mm 8000 kN
360 mm 395 mm

15 mm x 32 mm x 9 mm SKF 6002 bearing

Tr 440x5 12 mm
6.5 mm 60 mm

25 mm x 62 mm x 17 mm SKF 6305 bearing

2800 rpm 118000 N
40.00 mm 2800 rpm

12 mm x 28 mm x 8 mm SKF 6001 bearing

560 mm 580 mm
3708 kN 22.3 mm

55 mm x 120 mm x 29 mm SKF 311 bearing

0.34 kg 1 mm
68 mm 4800 r/min
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