Ball bearing Bearingrolleraxialdeep groove

ball bearing
ball bearing
ball bearing
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Characteristics

Rolling element
ball, roller
Configuration
axial, deep groove
Material
steel

Description

A bearing is a mechanical element that reduces the friction between a shaft and the pieces connected with it thanks to the rolling elements inside, which works as a holder to transmit the loads and helps to its rotation. The rotation elements that can be used on the production of the bearing are: balls, rollers or needles. The bearings can also be classified depending on the load’s direction they must withstand: axial, radial, or a combination or both. The radial type is the type that withstands radial loads, which are loads on the normal direction to the axis direction that crosses its center (like a wheel); axial, if it withstands loads in the same direction of its axis (like a hinge); and axial-radial, if it withstands both. Each bearing shows different characteristics depending on its design, making it more or less appropriated for each application. The most common types are: - Deep groove ball bearings - Axial deep groove ball bearings (single or double row) - Cylindrical roller bearings (single or double row) - Tapered roller bearings - Needle bearings

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