slewing ring without teeth / roller / three-row / for public works, excavators and cranes
130 Series Xuzhou Wanda Slewing Bearing Co., Ltd.

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Characteristics

  • Teeth:

    without teeth

  • Rolling element:

    roller

  • Geometry:

    three-row

  • Applications:

    for public works, excavators and cranes, for wind turbines

  • Other characteristics:

    for heavy loads, large-diameter

  • Outer diameter:

    Max.: 4,782 mm

    Min.: 634 mm

  • Width:

    Max.: 270 mm

    Min.: 148 mm

  • Inner diameter:

    Max.: 4,218 mm

    Min.: 366 mm

Description

A slewing bearing or slew[ing] ring is a rotational rolling-element bearing or plain bearing that typically supports a heavy but slow-turning or slow-oscillating load, often a horizontal platform such as a conventional crane, a swing yarder, or the wind-facing platform of a horizontal-axis windmill. (To "slew" means to turn without change of place.)

Compared to other rolling-element bearings, slewing bearings are thin in section and are often made in diameters of a metre or more; the slewing bearings on the Falkirk Wheel are 4 metres diameter and fit over a 3.5 metre axle. Slewing bearings resemble oversize aircraft control surface bearings.

Slewing bearings often use two rows of rolling elements. They often use three race elements, such as an inner ring and two outer ring "halves" that clamp together axially.

Slewing bearings are often made with gear teeth integral with the inner or outer race, used to drive the platform relative to the base.

As for other bearings that reciprocate, rather than rotating continuously, lubrication can be difficult. The oil wedge built up in a continuously rotating bearing is disrupted by the stop start motion of slewing. Instead, a hydrostatic bearing with pumped oil flow may be used.

Wight/KG:224-7320

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