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Ball bearing unit
cast iron

ball bearing unit
ball bearing unit
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Characteristics

Rolling element
ball bearing
Material
cast iron
Length

Min.: 89 mm (3.5 in)

Max.: 184 mm (7.24 in)

Outside diameter

Min.: 27.5 mm (1.08 in)

Max.: 70 mm (2.76 in)

Inside diameter

Min.: 19.05 mm (0.75 in)

Max.: 80 mm (3.15 in)

Description

Take-up ball bearing units SKF take-up ball bearing units consist of an insert bearing and a housing, and are compliant with ISO standards, North American standards, and Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS), as required by many industrial applications. In contrast, take-up units for the SKF Food Line are not compliant with these standards and are therefore considered as not standardized. The SKF take-up ball bearing unit assortment comprises insert bearing series and designs, with the main differences between the take-up units being the housing design, the locking method onto the shaft, the sealing solution, and the options for end covers and back seals. Explore the variety of take-up units and possible combinations available in the product details below. Take-up units are typically mounted in take-up frames and are connected by an adjustment screw. Housings AYT_HD_TU-50-TF_Rendering-DD_Beauty-shot.png Cast iron material is suitable for most applications. Grease fitting for relubrication is included – enabling maximized service life under severe operating conditions. Housings can be ordered as separate products for combination with any SKF insert ball bearing (data table). Housings are painted with a blue (RAL 5007) water-based alkyd/acryl paint that: protects the housing in accordance with ISO 12944-2, corrosivity category C2, i.e. exterior atmospheres with low levels of pollution, or interior atmospheres where condensation may occur

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