Nodes bearing supplies SKF stainless steel deep groove ball bearings. SKF stainless steel deep groove ball bearings are corrosion resistant when exposed to moisture and several other media. They can accommodate radial loads and axial loads in both directions. These deep groove ball bearings have a lower load carrying capacity than same-sized bearings made of high chromium steel.
SKF deep groove ball bearings with a flanged outer ring
Certain sizes of SKF stainless steel deep groove ball bearings are also available with a flange on the outer ring (designation suffix R) and can be supplied open or capped. Bearings with a flanged outer ring are relatively easy to locate axially in the housing. The housing bore is also easier and more cost-effective to manufacture, as shoulders are not required.
SKF stainless steel deep groove ball bearing data
Boundary dimensions: ISO 15:2011
|Tolerances||Normal, P6 or P5|
|Misalignment||The permissible angular misalignment between the inner and outer rings depends on the size and internal design of the bearing, the radial internal clearance in operation and the forces and moments acting on the bearing. As a result, only approximate values are listed here. Any misalignment increases bearing noise and reduces bearing service life.|
|Material||The most common stainless steels used for SKF bearing rings and rolling elements are high chromium content steels like X65Cr13 in accordance with ISO 683-17:1999 and X105CrMo17 in accordance with EN 10088-1.|
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