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Deep Groove Ball Bearing
Deep groove ball bearings are simple in structure and easy to use. It is mainly used to bear radial load, but also can bear certain axial load. When the radial clearance of the bearing is enlarged, it has the function of angular contact bearing and can bear larger axial load. Used in automobiles, tractors, machine tools, motors, water pumps, agricultural machinery, textile machinery, etc.
The DOCKING bearing catalogue lists a large range of designs, variants and sizes of deep groove ball bearings. Beyond our catalogue offering, the DOCKING deep groove ball bearings are customizable to offer advantages for applications with specific performance needs.
Self-aligning Ball bearing
The inner hole of the self-aligning ball bearing has two types: cylindrical and conical. The taper of the conical inner hole is 1:12 or 1:30. Mainly bear radial load, and can bear small axial load at the same time.
The axial displacement of the shaft (housing) is limited within the clearance limit, with automatic self-aligning performance.
Thrust Ball Bearing
Thrust ball bearing is composed of three parts: seat ring, shaft ring and steel ball cage assembly. According to the force, it is divided into one-way thrust ball bearings and two-way thrust ball bearings. One-way thrust ball bearings can bear one-way axial load. Two-way thrust ball bearings can bear two-way axial load, in which the shaft ring and the shaft are matched.
The mounting surface of the seat ring is a spherical bearing with self-aligning performance, which can reduce the influence of installation errors. Thrust ball bearings cannot bear radial load, and the limit speed is low.
Angular Contact Ball bearing
There are several types of angular contact ball bearings: 7000C (∝=15°), 7000AC (∝=25°) and 7000B (∝=40°). The lock of this kind of bearing is on the outer ring. Generally, the inner and outer rings cannot be separated, and can bear the combined radial and axial load and the axial load in one direction. The ability to bear the axial load is determined by the contact angle.
The larger the contact angle, the higher the ability to bear the axial load. This kind of bearing can limit the axial displacement of the shaft or housing in one direction.