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What are the differences between deep groove ball bearings, angular contact bearings and roller bearings?

wallpapers Low Carbon 2020-09-28
Deep groove ball bearings, angular contact bearings and roller bearings are three types of bearings that are very common in industrial applications. Then it can be seen from the difference in their names that they have different structures and properties, so the scope of application is also slightly different. The editor of Yunair will introduce to you:
 
Deep groove ball bearing is a representative rolling bearing with high speed, no impact resistance, not suitable for heavy load, radial load and bidirectional axial load, suitable for high speed rotation and low noise and low vibration Occasions such as gearboxes, instruments, motors, household appliances, internal combustion engines, vehicles, agricultural machinery, construction machinery, etc.
 
Deep groove ball bearings tapered roller bearings have a low speed and can withstand radial and axial loads. They are suitable for low-speed and high-load applications such as automobiles, rolling mills, mining, metallurgy, machinery and other industries.
 
Angular contact ball bearings: There is a contact angle between the ring and the ball. The greater the contact angle, the greater the axial load capacity. The smaller the contact angle, the more advantageous it is for high-speed rotation. Single row bearings can bear radial load and unidirectional axial load. It is suitable for occasions with large single bearing unidirectional axial load and insufficient rated load, such as machine tool spindles.
 
Generally speaking, angular contact ball bearings are suitable for high-speed and high-precision rotating occasions.

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