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Spherical bearing unit PAS series
radialball bearingsheet steel

spherical bearing unit
spherical bearing unit
spherical bearing unit
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Characteristics

Type
spherical, radial
Rolling element
ball bearing
Material
sheet steel, cast iron
Other characteristics
housed, economical
Length

Min.: 64 mm (2.52 in)

Max.: 280 mm (11.02 in)

Outside diameter

Min.: 130 mm (5.12 in)

Max.: 440 mm (17.32 in)

Inside diameter

Min.: 20 mm (0.79 in)

Max.: 100 mm (3.94 in)

Description

INA radial insert bearing housing units i.a.w. DIN INA housed bearing units are available as plummer block, flanged and take-up housing units in numerous different designs. The units are ready-to-fit and comprise INA cast iron or sheet steel housings in which INA radial insert ball bearings are fitted. In order to ensure function and reliability under all operating conditions, the bearings and housings are matched to each other. Due to the spherical outside surface of the bearing outer ring and the concave housing bore, housing units can compensate for static angular misalignment of the shaft; see Compensation of misalignments. The units are used predominantly as locating bearings, but are also suitable as non-locating bearings under low loads and speeds. The housings are screw mounted on the adjacent construction. Less stringent tolerances are sufficient for the screw mounting surfaces. X-life Various sizes are supplied in the X-life grade. These bearings are indicated in the dimension tables. Radial insert ball bearings and housing units are robust, ready-to-fit machine elements for the design of economical bearing arrangements. These products have proven effective over many years and are available in many different series. They predominantly comprise a radial insert ball bearing fitted in a housing.

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