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Deep Groove Ball Bearings



Deep Groove Ball Bearings
Deep groove ball bearings are a type of rolling element bearing known for their versatility and widespread use in various applications. They are commonly used to support radial loads and, in some cases, axial loads in both directions. Its simple design is well-suited for high-speed and low-friction applications. Compared to other bearing types, it is simple to mount and requires less maintenance.

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Features and benefits:
  • Low friction, low noise, and low vibration
  • High running speeds
  • High-performance capabilities
  • Accommodate radial loads and axial loads in both directions
  • Increased reliability and provided long bearing and lubricant service life
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Applications
 
Agriculture
Automotive
Industrial Motors
Food Processing Machinery
Papermaking Machinery
Pumps & Compressors
Railway
Wind Energy

FAQ

Q: What are the differences between shielded and sealed deep groove ball bearings?

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Shielded bearings have metal shields that protect the rolling elements from contaminants, while sealed bearings have rubber or metal seals that provide better protection against dust, dirt, and moisture. Sealed bearings offer better protection but may have slightly higher friction compared to shielded bearings.

Q: Are deep groove ball bearings suitable for harsh environments?

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Deep groove ball bearings with sealed or shielded variants can offer increased protection against contaminants, making them suitable for use in relatively harsh environments.

Q: What is the typical operating temperature range for deep groove ball bearings?

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The typical operating temperature range for standard deep groove ball bearings is between -30°C to +120°C. For high-temperature applications, specialised bearings with heat-resistant materials are available.