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Deep groove ball bearings are particularly versatile. They are suitable for high and very high speeds, accommodate radial and axial loads in both directions and require little maintenance. Because deep groove ball bearings are the most widely used bearing type, they are available from SKF in many designs, variants and
Principal dimensions, Basic load ratings, Fatigue load limit, Speed ratings, Designations. dynamic, static, Reference speed, Limiting speed, Bearing, Snap ring. d, D, B, C, C, C0, Pu. mm, kN, kN, r/min
d, 50, mm. D, 65, mm. B, 7, mm. d1, ≈, 54.67, mm. D2, ≈, 61.8, mm. r1,2, min. 0.3, mm. Abutment dimensions. da, min. 52, mm. da, max. 55, mm. Da, max. 63, mm. ra, max. 0.3, mm. Calculation data. Basic dynamic load rating, C, 6.76, kN. Basic static load rating, C0, 6.8, kN. Fatigue load limit, Pu, 0.285, kN. Limiting speed
SKF ball bearings come in various cross sections and offer a variety of operating conditions and performance requirements - learn more on the official SKF site.
As RS1 but of Fluorocarbon rubber for higher temperatures. (also 2RS2). RSL. As RZ, new design, (also 2RSL). RSH. As RS1 new design, (Also 2. RSH) for bearings of 60, 62 and. 63 series up to 52mm o/d. RZ. Metal backed non-contact seal on one side (Also 2RZ). Z. Metal plate. ZZ. MRC seal designation (SKF 2RS1). 2Z.
Thin Section - Dunlop & SKF 61701-2RS Dunlop Sealed Thin Section Ball Bearing Thin section bearings are mostly used to save space and benefit from their light weight, multi-load.. 61810-2RS Dunlop Sealed Thin Section Ball Bearing The rubber seals on the ball bearing protect against the entry of dust and so on.