Deep Groove Ball Bearings
Deep groove ball bearings are the most common and versatile bearing type. They have low friction and are built to be quiet and vibration-free, allowing for high rotational speeds. They can accommodate both radial and axial loads, are easy to install, and require less maintenance than other types of bearings.
Single row and double row deep groove ball bearings are the two categories under which they fall. Deep groove ball structures come in sealed and open varieties. The open type denotes that there is no sealing structure on the bearing. Oil-proof and dust-proof are two terms used to describe the sealed deep groove ball.
Deep groove ball bearings are frequently used in electric motor applications to reduce vibration and noise. We built in: adhering to our long-standing electric motor quality standards. super polished raceways to reduce friction clearance designation preferred (C3) Premium grease that is high-performance, low-torque, and noise-reducing. also which are self-retaining bearings with solid outer and inner rings, as well as ball and cage assemblies These bearings are available in single-row and double-row designs, as well as sealed and unsealed, and have a simple design, high resistance, and low maintenance.
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The most complete deep groove ball bearing size table Bearings Sizes : Deep Groove Ball Bearings 6000 SERIES 6000-NR SERIES 6000-V SERIES F-6000 SERIES 6200 SERIES 6200-NR SERIES F-6700 SERIES 6900-V SERIES 63800 SERIES R in inch-sizes 6300 SERIES 6800 SERIES F-6900 SERIES 63800-V SERIES RMS in inch sizes 6300-NR SERIES
Advantages and features
Deep groove ball bearings have three major advantages: versatility, low cost, and low maintenance. Bushing MFG is the place to go if you need high-quality deep groove ball bearings. You can rely on our bearings to support your load.
- Low friction and operating temperatures, as well as low noise and vibration
- Rapid running speeds
- High performance and quality capabilities for your application
- Allow for radial and axial loads in both directions.
- For most conditions, a variety of greases are available, including food-quality grease, high-temperature grease, and Solid Oil.
- Increased dependability and extended bearing and lubricant service life.
Here are some instances of deep groove ball bearing applications: Electric motors and generators Handling Materials in Agriculture Industrial transmissions food and beverage pumps used in industry Fans for use in the industry both two- and three-wheel motorcycles Vehicles and small trucks We are concentrating on Explorer deep groove ball bearings in order to suit unusual demands.
These bearings are extremely durable and require little upkeep. Automotive uses for deep groove ball bearings include wheels, axles, gearboxes, and differential gears. aviation: turbines, jet engines, and propellers. gearboxes, pumps, compressors, fans, and other machinery. Washing machines, dishwashers, fans, and blowers all use electric motors.
Dimensions and Specifications
Deep groove ball bearings have three primary dimensions: inner diameter, outer diameter, and width. The inner diameter is the distance across the center of the bearing from one side to the other. The distance around the outside edge of the bearing, from one side to the other, is known as the outer diameter. The width is the distance between the top and bottom. The load capacity and speed restrictions of these bearings are another way to group them. How much weight a bearing can support before failing is determined by its load capacity. The fastest the bearing may rotate without suffering harm is the speed limit. Deep groove ball bearings come in two different sizes: standard and metric. One inch is the inside diameter of a standard bearing (25 mm) The inner diameter of metric bearings is 30 mm or more. Additionally, metric bearings come in a larger range of sizes than standard bearings. Deep groove ball bearings are employed in numerous industries, including as industrial machinery, aircraft, and the automobile industry. They are primarily utilized in gearboxes, axles, wheels, and engines.
Single row deep groove ball bearings
Single row deep groove ball bearings are the most popular form of bearing. They can be either open or closed (with seals or shields). recessed surfaces on the ring side sides of capped open bearings.
Double row deep groove ball bearings
Double row deep groove ball bearings is a two-piece composite steel plate stamped cage. Nonetheless, solid cages are preferred for larger or high-speed bearings because they provide the same ball guidance as stamping cages.
Stainless steel deep groove ball bearings
Stainless steel deep groove ball bearings are corrosion resistant when exposed to moisture and other media. They can be closed or open (with seals or shields). Recesses in the ring side faces of open bearings, which can also be capped.