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Partial Failure Of IKO Bearings

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IKO is a registered trademark of Thomson Corporation of Japan. It is a technology and technology development-oriented manufacturer of industrial accessories. Its products are mainly needle bearings and guide rail bearings. The products produced by IKO have become representatives of high-quality brand-name products, and the promise of convenient and fast service for users is realized through a global marketing network.
Partial failure problem
Bearing burn
The burnt IKO bearing has a tempered color on the raceway and bone. The common causes of burning are insufficient lubricating oil, substandard or deteriorating lubricating oil, and over-tight bearing assembly.
Paradigm variant
The contact surface of the bearing raceway and the roller reveals pits with evenly warped edges, which explains the initiation of bearing variants. The reason is that under the effect of very large static load or impact load of IKO bearings, the part of the office surface stress exceeds the flexural limit of the material. This situation usually occurs in low-speed rotating bearings.
Bearing race cracks
The cause of the cracks in the bearing race may be that the bearing is properly tightened, the IKO bearing is abnormal or the inner ring is loose, the cladding of the cam bearing is deformed, and the appearance of the installed bearing is not processed well.
Broken cage
The cause is insufficient lubricating oil, broken bones, crooked seat ring, etc.
The metal of the cage is glued to the bone
The possible cause is that the bone is stuck in the cage or the lubricating oil is insufficient.
Severe wear of raceway of seat ring
It is possible that foreign matter has fallen into the seat ring, the lubricating oil is insufficient or the lubricating oil grade is not suitable.
Bearing noise
Gulu bearing is allowed to have a small running noise in the office. If the noise is too loud or there is abnormal noise or impact, it indicates that the bearing is faulty.

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