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QWhat is the difference between deep groove ball bearing and angular contact ball bearing?

AThe difference between these and deep groove ball bearings is that the bearing cross-section is designed asymmetrically. Angular contact ball bearings are designed to support loads whose line of application is not perpendicular to the bearing axis but rather at a certain angle to the perpendicular axis (contact angle).

QWhat is Bearing Units ?

ABall bearing units. ... Ball bearing units consist of an insert bearing mounted in a housing. An insert bearing is a deep groove ball bearing with a sphered (convex) outside surface and an extended inner ring that includes a mechanism to lock the unit onto the shaft.

QWhere are cylindrical roller bearings used?

AOthers are used in construction equipment, crushers, electric motors, blowers and fans, gears and drives, plastics machinery, machine tools and traction motors and pumps. Cylindrical roller bearings feature high radial load capacity because the rollers and raceway are in linear contact.

QWhere do you put a deep groove ball bearing?

ADeep groove ball bearings are among the most widely used type of bearing in the world. They can operate at high speeds and can carry radial and (limited) axial loads. They are commonly used in electric motors, compressors, fans, and conveyors.

NSK 6205du2 Bearing PDF

Angular Contact Ball Bearings
20 mm x 47 mm x 14 mm FAG HCB7204-E-2RSD-T-P4S angular contact ball bearings
50 mm x 72 mm x 12 mm SKF 71910 CD/P4A angular contact ball bearings
KOYO AC4629 angular contact ball bearings
Bearing Units
FYH BLP203 bearing units
SKF FYC 25 TF bearing units
NACHI UKIP328+H2328 bearing units
Cylindrical Roller Bearings
749,3 mm x 990,6 mm x 160,338 mm NSK LM283649/LM283610 cylindrical roller bearings
320 mm x 400 mm x 80 mm ISO NNC4864 V cylindrical roller bearings
AST NUP2209 E cylindrical roller bearings
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