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Miniature Block Bearing



Bearing Units
A bearing unit, also known as a mounted bearing or housed bearing, is a complete assembly that consists of a rolling element or plain bearing mounted inside a housing. The bearing type depends on the application's load capacity, speed, and operating conditions. The housing provides support, protection, and a mounting surface for the bearing, making it easier to install and integrate into various mechanical systems.

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Features and benefits:
  • Low friction
  • Long service life
  • Ready to mount
  • Low maintenance
Item Code Inner Diameter Outer Diameter Width IDxODxW Dynamic Load Rating Static Load Rating Fatigue Load Limit Reference Speed Limiting Speed Material Cage Material End Type Mass
d D B C C0 PU m
mm kN rpm kg
Applications
 
Agriculture
Industrial Motors
Food Processing Machinery
Pumps & Compressors
Mining & Construction
FAQ

Q: How do I select the suitable bearing unit for my application?

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When selecting a bearing unit, consider factors such as load requirements, operating conditions, speed, mounting options, and space limitations. It's best to consult with a bearing supplier or engineer to get personalized recommendations based on your specific needs.

Q: Can bearing units be used for both radial and axial loads?

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Yes, depending on the type of bearing used in the unit, bearing units can handle both radial and axial loads. Roller bearing units, such as tapered roller bearing units, are suitable for applications with high radial and axial loads.

Q: What are the advantages of using bearing units?

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  • Simplified installation with pre-assembled components
  • Protection of the bearing from contaminants and external damage
  • Versatility to suit different application requirements
  • Interchangeability with standard bearings for easy replacement
  • Reduced downtime during equipment maintenance or replacement